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March 31, 2008

I love this primary season

Clinton rejects numerous calls to leave, Obama says she can stay

Hillary Clinton is under fire from all sides this week as she is refusing to leave the Democratic presdiential race even though she has no chance to catch Barack Obama in the delegate count, an thus win the nomination.

Saturday she rejected calls by supporters of Obama to quit the race, while Obama graciously said Clinton could remain in race “as long as she wants.”

How. Embarrassing.

Posted by Karol at 12:36 AM |
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That’s not true that she has “no chance”. It’s unlikely, granted, but Obama is up 1,625 to 1,486, with 2,024 needed to win.

Posted by: Joe Grossberg at March 31, 2008 at 9:39 am

She would have to win an unimaginable margin in the remaining states to catch him. I have a “chance” of being elected president in November as a write-in candidate, but that doesn’t mean it would be fruitful for me to run.

Posted by: Dorian Davis at March 31, 2008 at 10:06 am

Plus I believe her campaign is hurting for money. Acc. to the radio this morning, if she paid off all her debts, she’d be $3 million in the red.

Posted by: Shawn at March 31, 2008 at 10:21 am

There is still a good chance that Obama will implode. Hillary would be a fool to drop out now.
Obama is very inexperienced in campaigning and is making a lot of mistakes especially when he is challenged about his past.
More is coming out everyday about his years of being a leader in the “hate whitey” movement from his college years to when he won his Senate seat.

Posted by: Jake at March 31, 2008 at 12:34 pm

The lefty ‘feminist’ blogs are having a nuclear meltdown because she’s being ‘bullied’ to quit – unlike when she offered him the second spot on her ticket. Since she can’t compete her and her supporters will resort to crying.

Posted by: bigdogdaddy at March 31, 2008 at 1:16 pm

Sometimes democracy isn’t pretty. She should stay in until Obama begins pulling away or she begins pulling ahead.

Posted by: Michelle at March 31, 2008 at 11:42 pm

Normally, I would agree she’s pretty much history. But it remains to be seen how the hate whitey stuff will play out. I think there’s more, and I think it will magically make its way to the press immediately prior to the convention.

Posted by: Eric at April 1, 2008 at 1:45 am

ooh! Gola primary. Stop looking at us.

Posted by: Not Dawn Summers at April 1, 2008 at 2:07 am

We need about 100,000 Americans to go before a judge and publicly declare
that their middle names are their legal names for all public purposes.
And they should also declare themselves as supporters of the Hussein
for Imam–whoops I mean president coalition. Hussein will be the
first Muslim president. Free Burkhas for everybody! Hussein’s first
act will be to replace the flag with the red crescent. Hussein has
always hated that other flag with every fiber of his being. Which is
why he won’t pledge to it and won’t wear a flag lapel pin. But Hussein
will proudly salute a flag representative of a non European religion!
When Hussein takes office every child will be required to attend a
Madras just as Hussein did when he was a child. It is so good to be
able to use a candidate’s middle name and talk about his formative
years and his education. Because if you couldn’t that would mean
that the candidate is ashamed of what he was and what he has become.
Welcome to a pork free world with no ham or pizza. You must not offer a pork chop
to Hussein. You must not put pork grease on your hands or your money
and certainly not hallowed ground. No pork anywhere!
Alice Jones, tinfoil hat wearing saucer nut recently came out of the closet and
revealed that she is a radical Muslim and a supporter of Hussein for
for president. Alice, who had prevously grown famous for taking Klan money
for bringing up black people exclusively in conjuction with disease, violence,
and/or poverty, surprised everyone by endorsing a black candidate for president.
—coming to you from under the straight talk express.
****Hussein ‘08 !!!*****

Posted by: zed at April 1, 2008 at 6:05 am
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