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McCain Needs It More

I just got off of POTUS, where I was asked a question I have been asked a lot lately ... "Can Mike Huckabee keep going if he loses tonight?"

The answer, of course, is yes!
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Mike Huckabee's charisma and amazing communication skills allow him to essentially live off the land. While he would benefit greatly from a win -- and the money it would inject into his campaign -- his communications skills mean he can survive without a win.

Nobody expected Huckabee to be where he is tonight, so he has everything to gain -- and nothing to lose. A second-place finish tonight certainly wouldn't be embarrassing for him.

While both candidates are, no doubt, desperate for a win tonight, John McCain needs this victory more than Huckabee does.


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