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And it’s why Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio have failed to connect: Being labeled a nerd in this GOP primary is the kiss of death; being cast as a sissy is even worse.
Machismo even seems to be Carly Fiorina’s best selling point.
On February 1, Iowans will cast the first votes of the 2016 presidential election, and the only thing that’s clear is that this Republican primary is the most unpredictable and surreal campaign in recent memory. To understand the swirl of forces buffeting the party, we traveled across New Hampshire and Iowa and spoke to more than 100 Republican-primary voters.
We met them in their homes and at town halls, at a motorcycle dealership and an auto-body shop.
We attended a Christmas-themed Trump rally and a gun show where AR-15s were being sold alongside “historical” Confederate flags.
(You’ll notice that there are no noticeable faces of color on this page; this is because we did not come across any nonwhite GOP voters in our travels.) We tried to discern not just their candidate preferences but their worldviews. And Trump, I don’t agree with his positions, but he’s got the testicular fortitude to come out and say people are desperate.” The phrase seemed telling.
How many singles bars are there in Eastern Iowa for folks between the ages of 65 and 90?