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Can somebody tell me why Hillary should throw in the towel when she's neck and neck in the popular votes and delegates?

Because the whole Village wants to pick our President again? Even though they're always wrong about everything?

Because the Boys on the Blogs think they'd rather have a beer with Obama?

So Obama can keep walking back Universal Health Care with nobody calling bullshit?

Because the older woman should always step aside for the young, charismatic guy?

And then, of course, there's this:

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janittdott's picture
Submitted by janittdott on

*you are getting...very...sleepy*

*you can barely make your next stump speech*

*you are broke and can't run a campaign*

*everyone likes barack better*
(doesn't that hurt your feelings?)

*politics is not a nice job for a...lady*

*your husband has a naughty penis*

*barack WILL be the next president*

*you are swimming against a tide of change*

*maybe you should just...give up now...*

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America:
"You need a mother VERY badly!"

-wendy to captain hook

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Sima's picture
Submitted by Sima on

meme either.

It's everywhere. My Mom calls me and is all depressed because 'Hillary doesn't have a chance'. So I remind her, 'Mom, she's only about 60-100 delegates behind, IF they don't count FL and MI'.

'Oh', Mom says, and immediately picks up. But the MSM is telling her that Hillary is losing BADLY and must quit. I just tell her to stop watching those stupid shows. Hehe.

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Submitted by amberglow on

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/25/opinio...

(my 1st presidential election vote was for Mondale/Ferraro in 84)

"... But the superdelegates were created to lead, not to follow. They were, and are, expected to determine what is best for our party and best for the country. I would hope that is why many superdelegates have already chosen a candidate to support.

Besides, the delegate totals from primaries and caucuses do not necessarily reflect the will of rank-and-file Democrats. Most Democrats have not been heard from at the polls.

... If rank-and-file Democrats should decide who the party’s nominee is, each state should pass a rule allowing only people who have been registered in the Democratic Party for a given time — not nonmembers or day-of registrants — to vote for the party’s nominee. ..."

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Submitted by koshembos on

Can do imagine a Hillary win? If you want to stand in the way of the A-List and Tweety riots not to mention the the rivers of latte in the streets, be my guest.

janittdott's picture
Submitted by janittdott on

Thanks for yours, btw, amberglow,

"… If rank-and-file Democrats should decide who the party’s nominee is, each state should pass a rule allowing only people who have been registered in the Democratic Party for a given time — not nonmembers or day-of registrants — to vote for the party’s nominee. …”

Here! here!

What has been reported NOWHERE except for shields on the newshour
is that Hillary got MORE votes in Wisconsin
than ALL the Republican candidates combined.

SO...if they were NOT voting for their own republican candidates
and turnout was huge
and Obama won by 17 points

...connect the dotts...

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America!
"You need a mother VERY badly!"

-wendy to captain hook

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