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Old 04-25-2008, 07:26 AM
 
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The truth hurts, huh? There are no threads on this topic after the PA primary. The Obama road to the nomination is more clear now.

I will enjoy these last few weeks of Hillary's demise.


we will see who is laughing last, right now it looks pretty good from where I sit
Obama is joke-a-rama
he will fall with a loud thud!
Obama on Fox not there is something to look forward too
with his studdering...ugh, ugh
bilnk, blink
and all after the right Rev Wright calling him a "politician" just
"saying what he has to say" in other words
LYING HIS ASS OFF!!
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Old 04-25-2008, 07:37 AM
 
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Pennsylvania really was a meaningless win for Hillary. It was widely reported that the demographics overwhelmingly favored her so why did she only win by 9.2%? It was believed that only 3 weeks ago, she enjoyed a 25% advantage over Obama. So what happened? Why couldn't Hillary maintain that lead when Obama began campaigning there? Having listened to them both in a state that favored Hillary overwhellmingly, why couldn't Hillary hold that big lead? Obama is what happened. She really needed that 25%, folks! Who is kidding who?

Hillary got her way. She got Obama to do a debate where she could take shots at him aided by the surprisingly anti-Obama moderators. What the hell was that all about? "Gotcha" debate right? Talk about everything but the issues. Seems to be a Hillary and Hillary supporter ploy. Focus on the word "bitter." Try to focus on Obama's race through ridiculous charges against his pastor, a pastor I might add who was favored by the Clintons when Bill was in office. Focus on stupid reasons to oppose Obama like "he only makes good speeches" or "he hates the working class" or "he doesn't wear a flag pin" or "he avoids the issues" or "he's providing ammunition to McCain" or "he's black" or "Al Sharpton" or "Farrakhan" or "he's a Muslim" or "his supporters are arrogant" or "his supporters have arrogant tones to their posts" or "his campaign is arrogant" or "he is dismissive of Hillary" or "he pats Hilalry on the head and this is condescending." These incredibly childish, meaningless, superficial reasons go on and on. This pathetic element is one of the reasons why Hillary is losing. She is supported by people who can't do better than this. She brings this element to the game, but the game has transcended her old stagnant way. The issues are what counts. Iraq. The Economy. Israel. Republicans. Civil Rights. Iran. North Korea. Africa. Mexico. Illegal Immigration. Taxes. Outsouring. Oil. Health Care. Social Security. The Deficit. Housing. Crime. Increasing Gang Warfare. Education. Abortion. Civil Unions. The Environment. Global Warming. Russia. Infrastructure. Stem Cell Research. Welfare....Hillary has shown a tendency to focus on words like "bitter" instead of these issues. She's done.

So PA represents the beginning of the end for Hillary, a candidate who began the campaign as the Clinton star player and the inevitable nominee. She ends it being exposed as a petty, delusionary "fighter", soundly rejected by the very dignified, more inspirational, more capable senator from the great state of Illinois (my home state). She will lose the majority of the remaining contests, and the superdelegates will have to do their job, which is to side with the will of the people, and support Obama.

Hillary, thanks for playing.
Well said. It will be over soon and maybe then these very important issues can be discussed. She has to bring all this negative stuff up to try to trick the people as she has nothing else. They are way too close on the issues so what else can she do. I think by doing so she is signing the death cert. of the Democratic party but she doesn't care about that because if was always about hill&bill. I hope in court today that the judge schedules their trail date soon on those fraud charges they are facing out of CA.
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Old 04-25-2008, 07:41 AM
 
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Pennsylvania really was a meaningless win for Hillary. It was widely reported that the demographics overwhelmingly favored her so why did she only win by 9.2%? It was believed that only 3 weeks ago, she enjoyed a 25% advantage over Obama. So what happened? Why couldn't Hillary maintain that lead when Obama began campaigning there? Having listened to them both in a state that favored Hillary overwhellmingly, why couldn't Hillary hold that big lead? Obama is what happened. She really needed that 25%, folks! Who is kidding who?

Hillary got her way. She got Obama to do a debate where she could take shots at him aided by the surprisingly anti-Obama moderators. What the hell was that all about? "Gotcha" debate right? Talk about everything but the issues. Seems to be a Hillary and Hillary supporter ploy. Focus on the word "bitter." Try to focus on Obama's race through ridiculous charges against his pastor, a pastor I might add who was favored by the Clintons when Bill was in office. Focus on stupid reasons to oppose Obama like "he only makes good speeches" or "he hates the working class" or "he doesn't wear a flag pin" or "he avoids the issues" or "he's providing ammunition to McCain" or "he's black" or "Al Sharpton" or "Farrakhan" or "he's a Muslim" or "his supporters are arrogant" or "his supporters have arrogant tones to their posts" or "his campaign is arrogant" or "he is dismissive of Hillary" or "he pats Hilalry on the head and this is condescending." These incredibly childish, meaningless, superficial reasons go on and on. This pathetic element is one of the reasons why Hillary is losing. She is supported by people who can't do better than this. She brings this element to the game, but the game has transcended her old stagnant way. The issues are what counts. Iraq. The Economy. Israel. Republicans. Civil Rights. Iran. North Korea. Africa. Mexico. Illegal Immigration. Taxes. Outsouring. Oil. Health Care. Social Security. The Deficit. Housing. Crime. Increasing Gang Warfare. Education. Abortion. Civil Unions. The Environment. Global Warming. Russia. Infrastructure. Stem Cell Research. Welfare....Hillary has shown a tendency to focus on words like "bitter" instead of these issues. She's done.

So PA represents the beginning of the end for Hillary, a candidate who began the campaign as the Clinton star player and the inevitable nominee. She ends it being exposed as a petty, delusionary "fighter", soundly rejected by the very dignified, more inspirational, more capable senator from the great state of Illinois (my home state). She will lose the majority of the remaining contests, and the superdelegates will have to do their job, which is to side with the will of the people, and support Obama.

Hillary, thanks for playing.
Why doesn't Hill wear a flag pin? Why didn't see answer or respond after the commercial break in the last debate about the 2 pardons. Why wasn't it brought up that Hill & Bill had Wright at the WH more then once. Don't tell me that that debate was a fair one you will never convince most people that it was. It will be over soon and maybe then these very important issues can be discussed. She has to bring all this negative stuff up to try to trick the people as she has nothing else. They are way too close on the issues so what else can she do. I think by doing so she is signing the death cert. of the Democratic party but she doesn't care about that because if was always about hill&bill. I hope in court today that the judge schedules their trail date soon on those fraud charges they are facing out of CA.
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