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Unread 04-23-2008, 08:13 AM
 
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Great to participate in this process. I appreciate the fact that you only gave Hillary a victory margin of 9.4%, denying her that "double-digit" margin that she so desperately desired.

Obama did well. Over 1 million voted for this great man.

Thank you.
This, ladies and gentlemen is what is known as SPIN.
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Unread 04-23-2008, 09:00 AM
 
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This, ladies and gentlemen is what is known as SPIN.
Dont you read- Alexus creates her own reality! Just like all the looney lefties.
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Unread 04-23-2008, 09:07 AM
 
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I just want to point something out to the Democrats.

Hillary wins California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and yes Florida even though the far left will do whatever they can to prevent the people's votes in Florida from counting,(Ironic isn't it? The Far left who destroyed Florida in 2000 for not counting all the votes now does not want to
count any of their votes!HAHAHAH)

She wins all the important swing states, While Obama wins Nebraska Kansas and the South who will no doubt stay red in November.

Now tell me who America wants to run on the Democratic side?
Tell me that America does not reject the far left lunacy that is trying to take over the Democratic party.
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Unread 04-23-2008, 09:37 AM
 
Location: DC Suburbs of Maryland (by way of PA)
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She wins all the important swing states, While Obama wins Nebraska Kansas and the South who will no doubt stay red in November.
I think there are going to be some shifts in this year's electoral map. Nevada, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa -- to name the more likely ones -- may quickly shift to the Democratic column. Obama won 3 of 4 of those. Also, this notion of "only Hillary can win the swing states" is complete spin. These are DEMOCRATIC contests, not GENERAL ELECTION contests. There's no evidence to suggest that Obama couldn't win the swing states Hillary has won during these primaries when put up against McCain, nor does it necessarily mean she would them. Anyway, since when is Texas a swing state?
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Unread 04-23-2008, 10:49 AM
 
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I think there are going to be some shifts in this year's electoral map. Nevada, Virginia, Colorado, Iowa -- to name the more likely ones -- may quickly shift to the Democratic column. Obama won 3 of 4 of those. Also, this notion of "only Hillary can win the swing states" is complete spin. These are DEMOCRATIC contests, not GENERAL ELECTION contests. There's no evidence to suggest that Obama couldn't win the swing states Hillary has won during these primaries when put up against McCain, nor does it necessarily mean she would them. Anyway, since when is Texas a swing state?
I didnt mention Texas- But California I know is not a swing state.
What you wrote has validity. But if the map is ready for a big shift you might throw New Jersey Washington Oregon Wisconsin and Michigan to McCain.
I like the fact that the Map could look alot different in 2008. Im sick of the Blue Red Divide in this Nation.
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Unread 04-23-2008, 11:31 AM
 
Location: Scranton
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I didnt mention Texas- But California I know is not a swing state.
What you wrote has validity. But if the map is ready for a big shift you might throw New Jersey Washington Oregon Wisconsin and Michigan to McCain.
I like the fact that the Map could look alot different in 2008. Im sick of the Blue Red Divide in this Nation.
Pennsylvania is also a swing state. I predict if Hillary wins the nomination, PA will be blue, if Obama wins the nomination, McCain takes PA.

Aside from Philly liberals, this state's democrats are moderate-to-conservative and won't take kindly to a big-city elitist like Obama and his derogatory statements about small town PA.....hunting is very popular in PA and faith is a big part of life in the small towns and small cities of PA....and not because we're "depressed."
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