Predictions: Michigan

The polls are open and time’s a-wastin’. If Romney can’t win on his home court then he can’t win anywhere, and I can’t believe he can’t win anywhere. Mitt in an upset, with a 50% chance of tears during the victory speech when he inevitably says something about Michigan having — oof — “brought home the gold.” Chance of tears from Hugh Hewitt? 100%.

Your class-warrior primary quote of the day, via K-Lo:

“For those of us for whom summer is not a verb, for those of us who didn’t go to fancy boarding schools on the east coast, for those of us who didn’t grow up with a silver spoon, who were lucky to have a spoon — ask those folks and they’ll tell you the economy is not doing well for them,” says Huckabee.

On the Dem side, it’s purely a question of Hillary’s margin of victory over “uncommitted.” Geraghty noted yesterday that she’s only at 48%; quite a stinker if she can’t break 50% running against, um, nobody. Figure that a few erstwhile Obama supporters will cross the aisle and vote in the GOP race and that she’ll make it with a few points to spare. You got the gold, Glacier!


Update: Bad weather in Michigan means good news for Huck, whose troops are probably the most motivated.