Almost Half of Iowa GOP Hasn’t Decided

With a week until the Iowa Caucuses, 45% of Republican voters say they are undecided.  I don’t think it’s because they have so many favorites that they just can’t decide among them.

I’m predicting a low turnout, lower than 2008, when Mike Huckabee won and Mitt Romney came in second.  I think a lot of the undecideds will decide by staying home, voting not with their feet, but with their tushes firmly planted on their couches.

3 comments on “Almost Half of Iowa GOP Hasn’t Decided

  1. Roni Jordan says:

    It’s like going to a buffet where all the food is either stale, undercooked, or crawling with germs. Better to go hungry than to partake of something sickening..

  2. Harris Jordan, Esquire says:

    What motivation would any Iowan have to cast a vote when the field for whom they can potentially vote includes Corporate Raider Flip Flopper in Chief and no friend of the middle class, Adolph Willard Romney, The Pillsbury Dough Boy, whose personal life is so rife with immorality and whose professional life is so rife with immorality, Michelle Bachman, who if at all, read the Cliff’s Notes on the U.S. Constitution and is still clueless as to its content, Rick Santorum, who believes that God is only his God and Ron Paul, who wants America to isolate itself to the extent of having a permanant travel ban for American citizens; no one in, no one out; we are self sufficient.

    The only republican who is not repugnant but whose candidacy has been overshadowed by the media blitz of the other losers, is Jon Huntsman, who I still berlieve is only playing political candidate and saving his real efforts for a run in 2016.

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