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I keep hearing about how Obama only wins the red states, that he can't win the blue states. Not true. Obama, unlike Clinton, attracts not only Democrats, but Independents and Republicans. He has also won the majority of blue states as shown below. He is infinitely more electable than the polarizing traitor known as Hillary Clinton.
That is a good point, Clinton claims since she won California, New York, New Jersey, etc. That she should get the nomination. But she acts like Obama can't win those states in the general, but it is obvious those states will never go red. The real challenge is converting red states into blue states, and capture the swing states, which Obama can do, Clinton can't.
Don't forget he has also cleaned up many Red States as well.
Though Democrat, Southern Democrats tend to be more conservative no matter sex and race, and many more are Reagan Democrats.
When it comes to Obama, he is very far left, very socialist, and personally I feel very dangerous to our economy since all far left theory programs have proved to be failures.
With this said,most of American's of all tilts are so fed up with this Bush / Clinton legacy and though as a Veteran I respect his service, McCain being the same thing in walkstep with the Bush/Clinton doctrine. People are looking to O'bama as a hold your nose and "Hope Vote"
Some say this is one of the most important elections in decades. Actually, it can be listed as one of the most scary.
And I started a thread yesterday pointing out her endorsement of John McCain over Obama. Making her, in my eyes and others, a traitor to the party.
Oh, please; as if "your eyes" have ever viewed Hillary in a positive light.
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