Wow. What a night. What a speech.
Obama looked and sounded absolutely presidential.
Clinton sounded like a robot to me. A political machine gearing up for the next round.
Edwards disappointed me. He came across as whiny. (And as the mother of a 5 year old boy who has practically invented the art of whining, I don't want to hear any more whining. Especially from my president.) I was hoping for better from him.
I was enjoying Huckabee's speech, until Husband D. surfed to the Wikipedia article on Gomer Pyle while the Huckster was speaking and that kind of ruined it for me.
I didn't catch Romney, (except for his ridiculous quip on how he got "silver") but his website is so scary that I don't really need to hear his speeches to know how I feel on him.
I'm hoping that Ron Paul makes a strong showing in New Hampshire. I don't really agree with him on much, but I'm routing for him.
I'm actually quite surprised by Obama's win. We've spent a fair bit of time in Iowa since moving to the Midwest. It's a very homogeneous place. I really thought they would go for Edwards.
The best news, to me, is that Clinton no longer has this thing locked up. Just a few months ago, the media made it sound like she was the de-facto nominee and nothing could get in her way.
Surprise! Americans actually think about the issues and care about who leads us.