Bipartisan weekend reading

Just for something new concerning 2008, here’s some short weekend reading.

Political Buzz has a write-up about a new poll concerning democratic presidential contenders. Clinton is the winner, followed by Obama and a near tie for 3rd. There’s some good analysis of it as well, I suggest informing yourself.

According to Political Buzz:

What do all these numbers mean? That it’s only a two-way race for the Dems.

On the other side of the aisle, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney said he’ll be making a “decision sometime after the holidays.”

According to CNN (so who knows):

BOSTON, Massachusetts (AP) — Republican Gov. Mitt Romney, a potential 2008 presidential candidate, said Friday he’s bringing his top financial advisers to Massachusetts this weekend to thank them for helping him raise money.

Romney would be a strong contender despite his lack of name recognition. He would easily court conservatives, unlike McCain or Giuliani, which could be helpful in caucuses and primaries.