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Old 12-11-2010, 10:47 AM
 
Location: Bella Vista, Ark
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You know there's a little poetic justice in all this, though. Right so hated Hillary- what's it been, a 15 yr long smear campaign? Hillary nutcrackers?? Funny to think the right was the prime reason tipping the scale to radical left after all that blow hard rotten out of their mouths about McCain in 2000 and the Hate on clinton careers they've made for themselves. Obama took the shot. Smart cookie.
No wonder rabid right hates themselves so much. They got caught up in the land mines they laid (but naturally, the liberals did it to them).
I don't think you are making much sense. The right had little or nothing to do with: 1- Hillary not getting the nomination. A group of very smart people (God I hate to admit that) found a candidate they could groom and sell to the public. His name was Obama and 2-the right wingers would have preferred anyone over McCain.

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Old 12-11-2010, 11:04 AM
 
Location: Southcentral Kansas
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I missed this by a landslide, I was so pro-obama. I must have been in a trance. RUN, HILLARY, RUN.
I think there were millions in the same trance you were in and now we are suffering for just that. So many in this thread wanted Hillary but I bet most of them voted for Obama because of his party designation and his race. Yep, you are all to blame.
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Old 12-11-2010, 11:05 AM
 
Location: Southcentral Kansas
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I was actually rooting for Hilary to win the primary, but I appear to be in a huge minority in that I don't think Obama is doing such a bad job. He inherited a mess and things take time to fix.

Actually, I probably would have voted for McCain if he hadn't picked that idiot Palin for a running mate. If he had picked his right shoe for his VP candidate he would have still gotten my vote, though.
I couldn't vote for either Obama or McCain so I just went into the booth and voted for Sarah and that old white guy who ran with her.
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