Friday, December 14, 2007

Fred Thompson, Serious Guy

David Brody of CBN says of Fred Thompson.

  • Fred Thompson: Don’t Count Him Out

  • December 13, 2007
  • The talk in Iowa has focused so much on Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney in Iowa but let’s not forget about Fred Thompson. He’s running third in Iowa and is about to spend every waking moment in the state until January 3rd. Is it possible that Thompson could be the comeback kid? Read from Reuters below:Republican presidential contender Fred Thompson, looking to jump-start his lagging campaign, will focus on Iowa for the next three weeks in the hope a strong showing will create momentum for him in later contests.
  • The whole article is here. If Thompson places in the top three in Iowa, then it’s on to New Hampshire where he’s got no shot. But South Carolina is different and so is Florida. Thompson’s debate performance Wednesday in Iowa was very impressive. It’s like he has a chip on his shoulder but looks much more comfortable at the same time. Read below from Iowa political expert David Yepsen:Fred Thompson came out on top in Wednesday’s debate among the Republican presidential candidates in Iowa. Of all the candidates, he did himself the most good.
Mr. Brody calls Fred Thompson a serious guy by saying this;

  • ...He’s not worried about the media, pundits or the traditional political game as we know it. He’s going to do things his way and talk about substantive issues. Look, he’s a serious guy and these are serious times. Thompson seems to be hitting his stride pretty well now...
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1 comment:

Winghunter said...

Count Him Out?

After the inherent leadership Fred demonstrated with all the effort of a walk in the park, I'm merely wondering by how many points Iowan's will put him ahead of the unqualified 'also rans'.

The four followers raised their hands a second before Nurse Rachet was told a liberal talking point, already proven to be so much hot air, in a republican debate was not going to take place on Fred's watch.

I've heard Master Card will be making a new "priceless" commercial in his honor.