we barely knew thee. The only thing I really know about this guy was he is a good husband, was the governor of Minnesota and supposedly had great organization on the ground in Iowa. I remember the media running a bunch of articles about this guy, but I can't remember them ever telling me a single policy position that he holds. I know he wants to bomb Iran, but that hardly distinguishes him from the rest of the clowns sharing the stage with Dr. Paul.
I guess with one down and one added, that leaves us net neutral coming out of Iowa. I do believe Perry will be much more formidable than the little engine that couldn't Pawlenty. He already has the blessing of the Kochs and Bilderbergs, so imho he is the chosen one.
On the upside, I don't think Pawlenty will be the last of the casualties to come out of Iowa. Santorum, Gingrich, and Cain must be hanging on by a thread. Newt's gotta be asking how much of his Tiffany's budget he really wants to invest in this venture. Santorum's only real coverage came because he was stupid enough to challenge Ron Paul. Even the most obtuse Republican voter must be catching on to the fact that Hermann Cain's the economy is a locomotive analogy is becoming a bit trite.