Clinton 51, McCain 46
Obama 49, McCain 47
Note: This is a completely different sample than the Gallup Daily Tracking survey.
This is the Biggest lead for Hillary over McCain so far. Obama and McCain will have to go to the NIT !
Posted on March 17, 2008 3:08 PM
just words..."God Damn America"
just words, lol
Posted on March 17, 2008 4:17 PM
the current numbers by the most updated and accurate count (real clear politics), - pledged delegates: obama- 1415, clinton- 1245. (obama +170).
super delegates: clinton- 248, obama- 213.
super and pledged delegates: obama- 1628, clinton- 1493. (obama +135).
texas delegates count: obama 98, clinton 94.
what is all this lying about the counts and why is she still in the race?
Posted on March 17, 2008 4:23 PM
Posted on March 17, 2008 4:29 PM
You are delusional if you think the superdelegates will over-rule the pledged delegate total. That has to be one of THE most stupid things I have ever read on this board.
HMMM, why have an election in the first place then?!!? Why not have all the superdelegates go into a room and decide the nomineee???
Let's see, I wonder what would happen if the superdelegates went into a room and over-ruled the pledged delegate lead that Obama has? You think ANY AAs or students would cross-over from Obama to vote for Hillary in the general election? NO and NO! It would be a certain landslide for McCain, dummy.
Contests to date -
Obama - 30
Clinton - 14
I really don't care if Clinton wins Florida, Michigan AND Pennsylvania. She pretty much has to win EVERY contest from here on out by 70-30 margins - which just ain't gonna happen.
And your "argument" about "big states" is phenomenonally absurd. It doesn't matter that Clinton won NY or CA - those will never go Republican - ever. If your retarded gay uncle was the nominee, they would STILL go blue. So, STFU about that, ok? You sound like an effing retard. You might as well say, "Well, Hillary looks better in a pink sweater!" That makes more sense than the "she can win the big states" nonsense.
Obama can turn many red states blue. Just look at the primary/caucus numbers. Virginia, Missouri, Iowa, Georgia, North and South Carolina are now in play.
In addition, his coattails are unreal. Check what he did for Foster, adding a House seat in a heavy Republican district (Hastert's old spot) - by putting out ads supporting him. Congressional Democrats see that and will go to him - slowly but surely - as they want to win their elections as well.
And check out the latest polls in these so-called "battleground" states like PA/OH. He trounces McCain already.
Hillary should just concede now for the good of the party. She is ruining her legacy and that of her supporters like that moron Ferraro.
Go away Hillary, just go away, you stupid, stupid woman.
Posted on March 17, 2008 4:31 PM
Your last sentence was quite revealing. If you think Hillary Clinton is a "stupid, stupid woman," I wonder what powerful national woman you believe to be intelligent?
Posted on March 17, 2008 4:55 PM
Hillary's got the "mo" now!
It's not over yet!
Posted on March 17, 2008 4:56 PM
Take your pick Christine:
Posted on March 17, 2008 5:12 PM
People need to read polls. The sampling error is 4% so if anything it shows these numbers deadlocked.
Posted on March 17, 2008 5:13 PM
Posted by: Chris | March 17, 2008 4:31 PM
I didn't know simian behavior has risen to the level of typing...
Posted on March 17, 2008 6:05 PM
Now that the typekey verification is up and running (translation: now that I've figured out how it works), I would like to humbly make the following suggestion.
There appears to be one poster who consistently uses abusive language and who posts under multiple aliases. These posts are distinguished by one or more of the following:
- the inclusion of the offensive words "retard," "retarded," and/or "special ed" and "chimp" used as perjoratives.
- a large gap - say, 3 or 4 blank lines - before the signature.
- inclusion of "go away" or "just go away."
- inclusion of my personal favorite, "you stupid, stupid woman."
Any thoughts about checking out the IP(s) of these posts and, should a number of them turn out to be the work of one person, possibly banning them?
I don't think there are that many people behaving badly here - a few of us have had our moments, to be sure, but I think there is one person who is responsible for a disproportionate amount of aggro. And the rest of us can take it as big, honking signal to settle down.
Also - I know this was suggesting jokingly before - but I would vote for an automatic bounce of any post including the words Billary and Bambi (Obambi, O'bambi).
I would vote for it, that is, if your blog were a democracy. Which I know it isn't ;-)
Posted on March 17, 2008 7:05 PM
Hey. My guess is that most of the Dems who won't vote for him are Clinton supporters....
Posted on March 18, 2008 3:59 AM
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