Thursday, January 03, 2008

Two Tourists Place Strong In Iowa Caucus

In results that were very split over one of the broadest fields of candidates since the 70's, two tourists managed to catch enough state-wide attention to place strong in the Democrat and Republican polls for the state's nominees for President of the United States.

Harold and Wanda Anderson of Clatterford, NJ were traveling through the state by Winnebago when they were mistaken for candidates and bombarded with questions.

Harold, a retired bus driver, placed well with Republicans for his no-nonsense approach on financial issues. Wanda's sympathetic ear went over well with the Democrats.

"I think they were lost," said Bob Watkins, who voted for Mrs. Anderson. "They just seemed so nice, but they just kept wandering around. And around. And around."



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