2012 in Review – January
January was a busy month for the campaign. Debates, primaries, and caucuses dominated the month. We learned what santorum is and hope it’s not on the carpet. A supporter decided to come up with a definition for ahmnodt before someone from an opposing campaign did.
I learned about blowback during the New Hampshire primary. I would have won Dixville Notch if I didn’t try to dump off Celine Dion CDs on the fine people there. It also showed that I was once again a trendsetter in politics.
NBC had embeds for other candidates; but as part of the conspiracy to make sure I was not elected, I did not get an embed to give updates for my campaign. The month ended with a rare correct prediction about football.
2012 came off to a good start (aside from the primaries and caucuses.)
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