Sunday, October 28, 2007

Dodd Stuck at Zero, But Has "Room to Grow"

This clown should have given it up months ago.

He's Ron Paul without the charm.
Democratic presidential hopeful Chris Dodd may be trailing in the polls, but he says don't count him out of the race just yet.

Dodd appeared Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" and was presented with poll results showing him last in the eight-person field, with 0 percent support.

The most recent AP-Ipsos polls showed Dodd at 1 percent.

"Well, we've got a lot of room to grow here, as we say," he said.

Then, turning serious, the Connecticut senator noted that John Kerry trailed Howard Dean at this stage of the Democratic race in 2003, but came back to win the Iowa caucuses and ultimately the presidential nomination.

"I feel very good about where we are today, and I've certainly been around this long enough to know whether or not there's room to grow, whether or not you've got an opportunity to win the nomination," Dodd said. "And I believe there'll be three or four tickets coming out of Iowa before you go to New Hampshire, and I think that's a very open question."
Maybe he ought to go back to making sandwiches.

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