by a gunslinger, Fri May 09, 2008 at 02:40:48 PM EDT
Hey folks. Let's have some fun with Obama's VP. What I am proposing is one: getting on the rec list, and having a "versus" style (choice) polling game designed to create multiple head to head contests. We'll do a new set of battle every three days.
The eight candidates that get the most votes will move forward, then the top 6, then the top 4, then the top 2
I have removed Jennifer Granhold (no votes) and added Jim Webb due to popular demand.
by Todd Bennett, Wed May 07, 2008 at 03:11:25 AM EDT
As for Hillary being Vice, there are many reasons why this will be the case. First, Obama really has no choice. What, you say? Obama can pick another female and make up the gender gap, right? Not hardly. The media never understood the real reason behind this epic struggle. It was not black versus female, no, this primary was about my Grandma's Democratic Party giving way to mine. And though I embrace our nominee to be, Barack Obama, I still hurt.
She said on many an occasion that she was our girl. Many of us said I don't think so. But she never gave in. And I suppose what I feel now is something akin to getting an inheritance. Lots of money-woohoo! Lost loved one-boohoo.
by Socks The Cat, Thu Feb 14, 2008 at 04:08:57 PM EST
So here according to Rasmussen are three GE states and polling on where states currently see them...
McCain: 49 percent
Obama: 50 percent
Clinton: 43 percent
Obama: 49 percent
McCain: 49 percent
Obama: 46 percent
Outside of "It's too early for these polls" what is the response from Hillary supporters as to why we would select Hillary if we wanted to win? It seems to me, that if Hillary wins the nomination, we are fighting the Kerry and Gore Strategy which is basically a 20 or so state strategy, while with Obama we have a much wider canvas to paint with. Feel free to tear this argument down, i am just curious to see how Hillary supporters feel about this.
by Socks The Cat, Mon Feb 11, 2008 at 03:15:57 PM EST
So was this just a simple cancel due to travel? Did Edwards cancel because he knows he will support Obama anyway? Did he cancel because Clinton swayed him and he does not want to hear Obama pitch? Did Obama cancel because he feels he does not need to pitch to Edwards?
Thoughts, ideas & comments please.
by Socks The Cat, Tue Jan 22, 2008 at 03:35:37 AM EST
What in the world did Hillary and Edwards meet about last night?
This just seems really odd, but i guess when you add this to both of them Attacking Obama something must be going on.