Hillary Wins South Dakota!

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    Funny, I click on the link and the fist thing I see is OBAMA IS THE NOMINEE.


    but whatever, right?:rolleyes:
     
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    Yawns, thinks of Hillary as a VP as an extension of the Cheney legacy ...

    shakes head, gets dizzy...
     
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    Familiar? Stevento is Hilary Clinton. That's the only explanation for this, really.
     
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    oooh predictions wrong? big deal. Who's the nominee? oh yea.
     
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    actually, all the polls i have seen had hillary winning in SD and obama in Montana
     
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    Of the whopping two polls that I could find on SD the most recent one had Hillary winning by a bigger margin than she currently has in SD 60% to 34%. However Obama's current tally already has given him enough delegates to clinch the nomination.
     
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    Nope, Hillary had SD, Obama had Montana.

    and what's up with Hillary saying the primaries ended w/ SD? Is she snubbing Montana?? oh noes all hte votes aren't counted!
     
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    Remember, only states she won count.
     
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    nope, because Hillary didn't. Everyone expected her to concede but she didn't. For the record, I still support Hillary Clinton.
    Obama in his speech tonight, thanked Hillary for staying in the race for so long because we registered millions of new voters as democrats which would not have happened if the race ended in February.

    yg17, that's because Montana polls closed later.
    and might I add, during Hillary's speech, her supporters chanted excitedly "DENVER DENVER" so I think she might (and hope she does) give him hell all the way to the convention.
     
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    Do you seriously think she has any shot at the nomination at this point? Honestly? It's not a rhetorical question. I know you're a big fan of Clinton--but do you think there's any hope?

    If and when she concedes, will you support Obama as the nominee?
     
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    She has no intention to take it Denver, she's trying to hold out for decent spot from Obama.

    ...and she's not going to concede in front of a big group of supporters, she'll do it in a more controlled manner at a press conference.
     
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    It takes a lot for me to hold back what I want to say.

    I will say this though, if she knew what was right for the party, she would have conceded tonight. If she knew how important it was to unify the party, she would have conceded.

    Of course, it is all about her, so she doesn't know what is right.
     
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    Then get ready to say hello to President McCain.
     
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    look, I know what's going on, it's not like I have some crazy idea in my head that Obama is going get hip by a torpedo or anything, but I will not give up on Hillary.
    congrats, he got his magic number. he has the nomination. but that doesn't mean i ought to walk away from Hillary. I wont because she wont.
    Who knows she might force her way into the veep spot by pointing out seniors and latinos which mccain has been trying to snatch
     
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    i'm giving hillary and her supporters a 48 hour grace period. i don't think that's too much to ask. that's all i'll say for now.
     
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    but wait...so what are you not giving up on then?
     
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    Whatever the outcome, come the next election I'm sure as hell not voting for Rudd.
     
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    Historically, in the past, the way it's worked is that the nominee and their advisors carefully choose a running mate, not some power hungry sore loser tries to force their way in
     
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    what a loser, he's doing worse than jonny. we need fresh blood. its almost time to go greens :eek:
     
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    historically, it's nice to have working class (no college degree) voters on your side, and its nice to have hispanics to get some electoral votes out of the southwest of the nation and its also nice to have seniors.
    generally its nice to put a hold on the voters that mccain is trying to get.
    look, your horse won. let me be proud of and continue to support mine. i continue to hold my position that he DID NOT win until tonight.
     
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