Is it me or does everytime he wins a Primary, his ego blows up to being unbearable? He had that same snooty attitude after Iowa- "She's likeable enough"- if he won the nomination, he'd be walking around like he was Christ or something- idiot- he won't win and I hope good riddance to him.
Well, Obama supporters will be upset if he doesn't get it no matter HOW IT HAPPENS. So whether they are blaming that or something else, it will all be the same, lots of nasty invective, lots of threats about not voting, calling Hillary and her supporters names, etc., so you see, IT DOESN'T MATTER. They will claim she cheated and stole the election regardlesss. Edwards supporters will be more civil.
Once again, she has stopped him. He was almost building up some momentum there that looked to get rolling, especially with the Kennedy endorsements- but first that big snafu of the "snub" blunted it and now this victory has pushed him back. If Hillary gives a good debate Thursday, I think she's "got" it.
Of course, she's winning and they can't stand it. They want to have the power to tell Americans what to think and who to vote on and Americans aren't doing it- they are deciding for themselves and they want Hillary!!
I love Carter (at times) but it's probably best he doesn't endorse- as respected as he is- it's hard to dispute he is always near the top of the list of polls as one of the worst Presidents ever- even if his post-President career has been impressive.
Again, the people speak and stand up for Hillary Clinton and the media and pundits get furious because all their pushing and whining and telling them what they think and what they are going to do doesn't work.
CNN played a lot of her vicory speech then cut it short- Obama probably got on the phone to them to complain. Haha. Actually, his campaign is being too negative about it- it's almost insulting to the ones who voted and I do think that will be a feeling to them.