Markets See McCain Win In New Hampshire
He's actually favored by 80% of the dough at InTrade. Despite the courage shown by Mitt's many defenders, he did not land the punch he needed last night; InTrade's Romney shares fell by 5 points today. We applaud him for a good fight, and look forward to seeing him again on the national stage. He's a fine man, just not the right man for this time.
To me, the stunning thing I see at InTrade is that Hillary has continued to lose ground all weekend. She was still above 50% after Iowa, but she's sagged at near free-fall speed; right now she's at 34.0. I'm somewhat amused, considering that Barack's got that ridiculous real estate deal sitting out there that nobody's talking about right now.
Labels: Barack Obama, John McCain, Mitt Romney