Illinois Senator Barack Obama won the Democratic Iowa Caucus today with 37% of the delegate vote. In a close second and third, John Edwards and Hilary Clinton (respectively) each received roughly 30% of the delegate vote.
This is an important win for Obama. Hopefully he can keep this momentum and take it into the New Hampshire primaries. This is a crucial step in the movement to reinstate much-needed progressive values in our nation's executive branch. Barack Obama is the man to lead this country to positive change.
In the Republican Caucus, Mike Huckabee stunned Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson in his win. However, analysts are currently speculating that this caucus may be meaningless since John McCain may easily win New Hampshire, thus capturing enough momentum to win on Super Tuesday. This remains to be seen.
Decision 2008 is heating up everyone! Don't blink or you may miss something special.