Saturday Open Thread [1.7.12]

Filed in Open Thread by on January 7, 2012

So Romney is heading for a blow out win in New Hampshire, although one poll show a Huntsman surge. But it is probably an outlier, and even in that poll, Romney still leads with 37. After New Hampshire, Huntsman drops out. The conservative remains divided until South Carolina between Perry, Gingrich, Perry and Santorum. Which is why Romney is leading in South Carolina, aided by a polling boost from a “win” in Iowa. If Romney wins there, it’s all over.

And conservatives will be left a candidate they absolutely hate.

NEW HAMPSHIRE (NBC-Marist Poll): Mitt Romney 42%, Ron Paul 22%, Rick Santorum 13%, Newt Gingrich 9%, Jon Huntsman 9%, Rick Perry 1%

NEW HAMPSHIRE (
WMUR-UNH Poll
): Romney 44, Paul 20, Gingrich 8, Santorum 8, Huntsman 7, Perry 1

NEW HAMPSHIRE (Pulse Opinion Research/Watchdog.org): Romney 37, Paul 19, Huntsman 16, Santorum 14, Gingrich 9, Perry 1

NEW HAMPSHIRE (Rasmussen): Romney 42, Paul 18, Santorum 13, Huntsman 12, Gingrich 8, Perry 1

NEW HAMPSHIRE (Suffolk University Tracking): Romney 40, Paul 17, Santorum 11, Gingrich 9, Huntsman 8, Perry 1,

SOUTH CAROLINA (American Research Group): Romney 31, Gingrich 24, Santorum 24, Paul 9, Huntsman 2, Perry 2

SOUTH CAROLINA (CNN/Time): Romney 37, Santorum 19, Gingrich 18, Paul 12, Perry 5, Huntsman 1

SOUTH CAROLINA (Rasmussen): Romney 27, Santorum 24, Gingrich 18, Paul 11, Perry 5, Huntsman 2

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  1. puck says:

    Seven or eight years ago I bought a book on how to clean up and organize the clutter in your house. My New Year’s resolution is to find that book.

  2. cassandra_m says:

    A good reason for Buy American clauses in government DOD procurements: US Aerospace and Defense Companies Set Up Shop in Mexico.

    But the main reason they come here is simple: the cost of even highly skilled labor is roughly half of what it is in the United States. In San Diego, a senior aerospace engineer makes on average $90,000. In Tijuana, an engineer with similar skills earns $35,000 to $45,000.

    It is bad enough to live with (and pay for) a policy that makes us the World’s Policeman, but to not pay Americans to build the infrastructure for this is criminal.

  3. Jason330 says:

    They are a lot of democrats that think America can’t be competitive unless everyone makes $30k a year. It is bipartisanship.

  4. puck says:

    That’s what a lot of this week’s jobs numbers were about – unemployed people accepting lower pay, capitulating to a permanently lower standard of living.

  5. Aoine says:

    @puck – sadly, I agree with you – absolutely

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