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Wednesday February 6, 2008 2:44 pm
How Super Was ‘Super Tuesday’?
News networks scattered to bring the most up-to-date and intensive coverage. Promotional departments cranked out somewhat frightening ads making the day look like Armageddon. And they all geared up with a vengeance for this event the media has dubbed Super Tuesday. Now that the dust of news competition has settled, it’s possible to get a look at the results of this apparently cataclysmic event.
The truth is, very few lives were changed by the election results. Far more were effected by the massive tornadoes which ripped through Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri, Mississippi and Kentucky (where I personally live). Super Tuesday coverage began to fall by the wayside around two in the morning (EST) as the CNN news desk showed weather maps and gruesome footage of horrible damage.
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At the dawn of a new day, no one has yet dropped out of the Presidential race - and nothing, I’ll say it again nothing, has been decided one way or the other. Democratic Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are still engaged in a too-close-to-call Presidential battle, each lacking the number of delegates they need. Obama trails Clinton by about one hundred delegates - a very small margin. Republican John McCain appears to be edging past competitors Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee in terms of delegates, but all three contenders scored major wins at the polls.
The end result? I’m afraid that’s still several weeks away.
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