Now the New Hampshire dust has settled, both CBS and NBC had their Sunday morning anchors handicap the horse race to come. Tim Russert of NBC's Meet the Press highlighted the contrast between the two parties. He called Democrats Obama and Rodham Clinton a pair of "political heavyweights…very well funded. That race is going to go on and on and on." Meanwhile, none of the Republicans is "particularly well funded. It is so wide open. It is so fluid. No one knows where this is going to end or how it is going to end." On CBS, Bob Schieffer of Face the Nation outlined the Republican elimination rounds between now and Super Tuesday: Michigan pits McCain against Romney; the South Carolina face-off is Mike Huckabee or Fred Thompson; Florida must be a big win for Rudolph Giuliani.
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