Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Why Guiliani can't win and Laura makes an informational graphic

































So, I was reading the Washington Post and it was showing us where the presidential candidates did their campaigning in New Hampshire. I'm not going to show you that original Washington Post graphic, because I don't want you to think any less of my beautiful interpretation.

However, here's what I can tell:
  • Smart candidates went where the people are. That's the brown circle in the southern portion of the state. Even Ron Paul had the sense to hang out down there. Mitt Romney stayed down there too, mainly because he just follows what everyone else is doing. Loser.
  • John Edwards hung out in a National Park, I think. That explains why he's pulling 17% as on 10 p.m.
  • Rudy Guiliani probably took his campaigning advice from Adam Sandler and hung out on the northern edge of civilization. I put a big red block over it because there's nothing under there of note. Maybe he was protecting us from all those illegal Canadian immigrants we're so scared of. He is campaigning for "immigration reform"
So, that's my graphic. I hope it gives you more insight into the results from the New Hampshire Primary. Maybe next time I'll overlay that with celebrity appearances and we'll get all scientific like.

5 comments:

brenner said...

Funniest entry ever! Nicely done. I think you nailed the Giuliani thing on the head.

Mommy Bits said...

First, what a BEAUTIFUL informational graphic. Second, I can't believe you drew those horns on Huckabee. That is hilarious.

Laura said...

That's not Huckabee! That's the evil, vile Mitt Romney!

The Huckster isn't on the graphic.

Greg said...

Can I borrow this to run in tomorrow's paper? We'll give you proper attribution and everything.

Laura said...

Yes. You can give half credit to me and half credit to the Washington Post. I'll let you guess who did what.

 
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