Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Predicting the GOP Nominee

Ok, so Newt, taken seriously previously, is now being taken seriously again--this week. It really ought to be possible to take the patterns of rises-and-falls among the GOP candidates--call it, oh, the Clown Curve or something--and extrapolate it out to see who will be leading at the time of each primary. We could, in this way, predict who will ultimately win the nomination. Will, say, Bachmann be back on top at the time of the California primary? Predict she'll get those points. And so on. Maybe Cain will even be back in the race by that time. I mean, Newt's a contender again... Of course we might have to take into account the pattern of the emergence of new contenders. Maybe Christie will come around again...perhaps he'll even run this time. Or (LOL) Donald Rughead/I'm-The-World's-Biggest-Douchebag Trump. Perhaps They'll find some even more insane candidates. Maybe there'll be a "Draft Rush" movement...

LOL GOP. You all richly deserve this.


Blogger Pete Mack said...

I've heard of this before, but it wasn't called the clown curve; I below it's called the Laugher curve.

2:30 AM  

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