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Old 05-23-2008, 05:44 AM
Location: Downtown Greensboro, NC
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Governor Patterson is a Hillary Supporter and super delegate but he is saying Hillary is getting desperate. He says he "thought" she was the best candidate and "thought" she had the best chance of winning. Its a clear sign that more and more Hillary super delegates are switching to Obama. He said while he agrees that Florida and Michigan shouldnt be penelized, he said now the party should just "leave it where it is". He added that NONE of the candidates including HILLARY objected to the penalty when it was imposed last year. That shows a sign of desperation because now she is all for having Florida and Michigan's votes count when she basically told the voters of those states back then screw you.

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