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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Barack Obama cruised past a fading Hillary Rodham Clinton



Obama Wins Wis. Primary, Hawaii Caucus:
WASHINGTON (AP) - Barack Obama cruised past a fading Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Wisconsin primary and Hawaii caucuses Tuesday night, gaining the upper hand in a Democratic presidential race for the ages.

The twin triumphs made 10 straight for Obama, and left the former first lady in desperate need of a comeback in a race she long commanded as front-runner.
It's not looking good for Hillary. People don't like her going negative.
Allocation of the 20 Hawaii delegates was not being calculated until later Wednesday.

The network commentators like John King on CNN are now asking people to exclude the Superdelegate count when looking at the race to see who is ahead.

Like I've been saying all along.

Superdelegates are going to change their minds and back the front runner.

4 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:40 AM

    February 20th, 2008 9:24 am ET
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    For the most part, Clinton Supporters are sick and tired of hearing the Poetic Propaganda of Obama! He deliberately held his Speech last evening so as it would interrupt Hillary's. RUDE! and Calculated! I for one as a Democrat will not Vote for Obama! And I will urge every Clinton Supporter to do the same. Lets' see if the Arrogant Junior Senator can get into the White House without the Hillary Voters come November! This has been a repeat of the previous Presidential Elections were the Media (Fox News) sided with Bush and manipulated the Voters and by (CNN) doing the same with Obama. And you see were the Medias' Propaganda got us today. If Obama takes the Nomination, Clinton Supporters, Stand by for a Website for a "Vote of No Confidence!" against Obama!

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  2. Anonymous11:45 AM

    Alright, lets say you do get some backing and don't vote for Obama, then what do we have in the white house but more of the same thing we have all had to deal with for the past 8 years. More of our men and women losing their lives in Iraq and more of the American dollar losing it's value to other currencies. We may as well add to that list also our no longer being able to drive because our gas prices will continue to rise, possibly to the point that lower income families will have to choose whether to drive to work 30 miles away or put food on the table to eat that week. If all of the democrats band together behind the front runner,then we can take the republicans out of office and get some things done to strengthen our economy back from where Bush has tried to kill it. This happens all the time, look in the past from Republican presidents and see how the democrats have had to come in to fix things.

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  3. Anonymous10:26 PM

    Obama is there not because of Billary but in spite of Billary!
    What is arrogant Billary is going to do now? A wise manager would pull out to not waste money and time!

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  4. vickilynne11:08 PM

    Sore Sport, that anonymous 1st poster. He held his speech last evening, how rude!

    Everytime Hellary loses, she's rude by not playing official protocol. When's the last time she's made a concession speech or even an aknowledgement of her LOST?
    This go around the poor sport didn't even publicly CONGRATULATE Senator Barack Obama. How RUDE!

    She got sent a messg. sometimes when you want a man to act like a gentlemen you have to present yourself as a lady.

    She has snubbed & kicked Obama around at the end of her losts far too long. Her and that gray hair fooled she's married, too.

    It's as simple as this Hillary & Bill -- "If you can't play with the big boys, then get off the field."

    Everybody is sick of the Clinton's BS!!!

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