Wednesday, February 06, 2008


Most observers assumed that on the morning after "Super Tuesday" we would awake to smaller field of viable presidential contenders or at least a better idea of the direction the races are headed. Analysts sifting through the ashes Wednesday morning find this is not the case.  For both parties, the contest for the presidential nomination is still a delegate ballots. Now, as the Texas primary approaches, for the first time the candidates may begin to recognize how much is at state.

Gary Hallock