Friday, December 30, 2011

Newt Gingrich Still Thinks He Has a Chance

On December 19, just 11 days ago, I explained right here how South Carolina supposedly has a 100% record on nominating the next nominee. In a nutshell, yes, South Carolina has voted in the man who would be the next GOP nominee six out of the last six times. But there is a huge caveat on that- only in 2008 did they vote early enough in the process that there wasn't a clear front-runner yet. In all other years there was already a set front-runner. There is no indication of any election where South Carolina picked an upset to become the winner.
Also previously explained- Iowa has a 30% track record of picking the GOP nominee, and New Hampshire has an 87.5% positive track record in selecting the next nominee.
With that information tell me this clip doesn't blow your mind-

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