Byline: Andrea Billups, THE WASHINGTON TIMES
LONDONDERRY, N.H. - The Rev. Wesley Palmer of the Londonderry United Methodist Church posed an unusual - but timely - question to his parishioners during the 11 a.m. service yesterday.
"Are there any presidential candidates with us today?"
He was half-kidding, but with the New Hampshire presidential primary looming, it's not out of the realm of possibilities that a candidate - or at least someone connected to tomorrow's event - could be visiting the historic white clapboard church, given the onslaught of pundits, supporters and journalists who have arrived here en masse.
As the nation's political eyes are focused on …