• on a comment on A Sunday Treat over 5 years ago

    crap they pulled during the primaries long after it was mathematically impossible for her to win.  I wouldn't have had problems with her continuing her campaign if she didn't intentionally try to hit Obama below the belt whenever she could.  Also, by going into deep debt to try to defeat Obama after Obama was clearly in the lead would have badly handicapped her in the general election, if the superdelegates had given her the nomination, and she would have lost to McCain in 2008.

    Hillary and her band of loyal Clintonistas blew the 2008 nomination on her bad judgment of picking Mark Penn as her chief campaign adviser.  He had no clue how the Democrats ran the Prez primary.  Her bad decisions during the campaign sealed her fate and thank Goddess, we found out about them before she had a chance at winning the nomination.  She would have been a disaster in the 2008 general election.

  • comment on a post A Sunday Treat over 5 years ago

    I wonder if KO will parody the parody of himself on SNL or invite Affleck on his show to talk about it?

    I love KO's passion and have no problem with him not being a moderator or anchor on election night.  He's really best at being passionate about politics and Oddball stuff.  I generally find the anchors boring.  Let KO be KO and offer his opinions for us to enjoy.

  • comment on a post Keith Olbermann's Head Explodes over 5 years ago

    She has demonstrated her arrogant and amoral behavior throughout this primary.  In her quest to damage Obama, she has severely damaged herself and would make McCain's job easier against her in the general election than against Obama if she steals the nomination.  Murdoch and Scaife, who are Hillary's pimps, are getting their money's worth out of Hillary's Tonya Harding apporach to the Dem Prez nomination.

    If Hillary is the Dem nominee, this Democratic woman voter will not vote for her in the general election.

  • comment on a post Keith Olbermann's Head Explodes over 5 years ago

    She has demonstrated her arrogant and amoral behavior throughout this primary.  In her quest to damage Obama, she has severely damaged herself and would make McCain's job easier against her in the general election than against Obama if she steals the nomination.  Murdoch and Scaife, who are Hillary's pimps, are getting their money's worth out of Hillary's Tonya Harding apporach to the Dem Prez nomination.

    If Hillary is the Dem nominee, this Democratic woman voter will not vote for her in the general election.

  • comment on a post The lifeline strategy over 6 years ago

    It was the MI and FL Hillary supporters who pushed to move up the dates of their respective contests knowing full well that they were breaking the DNC rules and risking that their contests would be nullified by the DNC.  They were intentionally playing "chicken" with Howard Dean and so far they are losing.  The courts will rule in the DNC's favor because primaries are governed by party rules, not state or federal laws.

    My brother lives in FL and voted for Obama, but a lot of voters did not vote in FL and MI because 1) they didn't know the primary dates had moved or 2) were told their votes wouldn't be counted.  It looks to me that Hillary wants to intentionally disenfranchise Obama voters who didn't vote in those contests.

    This behavior by the Clintons and the Clintonistas just proves to me that Hillary and her supporters are Republicans in Dem clothing.

  • It just goes to show that there are a lot of low info voters in PA.  If they blame NAFTA for the loss of their jobs then they should not vote for Hillary.  Obama has his problems with NAFTA, but the Clintons were the biggest advocates of free trade and still are.

    Obama will be doing a bus tour of PA soon.  I expect the poll numbers in PA to tighten.  If Obama can keep PA close -- 10 pts or less -- that will be a big victory for Obama.

  • on a comment on On the rules over 6 years ago

    A FL Dem co-sponsored the bill to move up the primary date.  The FL Dems were willing accomplices to this debacle.

    FL votes should not count unless a re-vote can be done and the re-vote is done fairly and credibily.

  • on a comment on Obama's strategy to deny MI & FL over 6 years ago

    2006 CT Primary.  They both supported Ned Lamont by donating $5,000 each from their respective PACs to Lamont's campaign.

    I have my issues with Obama.  Not an enthusiastic Obama supporter, but I've long despised the Clintons because they believe, like Bush, that they are above the law.

  • on a comment on Obama's strategy to deny MI & FL over 6 years ago

    primary dates should resign.

    Thank Goddess for Howard Dean.  Unlike the arrogant Clintons and their supporters, he supports the rule of law, including the DNC rules with MI and FL officials intentionally and consciously broke.

  • on a comment on Obama's strategy to deny MI & FL over 6 years ago

    take their names off of the MI ballot.  Obama followed Edwards' lead and took his name off the MI ballot.

    I'm no longer amazed at the penchant for Hillary and her supporters to baldly LIE.

  • comment on a post Obama's strategy to deny MI & FL over 6 years ago

    First off, Al Gore followed the election rules in Florida and those rules called for contesting vote counts where you could prove them.  Initially, Gore could only prove problems with voting in 3 counties.  It was the Florida Supreme Court that ruled a state wide recount after Bush's team filed the first lawsuit in that 2000 battle.

    Second, your bias in favor of Hillary is clouding your objectivity.  Hillary first came out and said that she would not accept MI or FL delegates is a do-over.  Obama has every right to challenge the MI and FL delegates from the January primaries and he would be neglegent not to.  MI and FL BROKE THE RULES!!!!  Hillary and her supporters in MI and FL are like children throwing a temper tantrum.  If they had kept their original primary dates, they would not be in this problem now.  Selfishness guided MI and FL elected leaders to move up the date, or maybe it was typical Clinton strategy to try to knock out Obama before the Feb. 5 Super Tuesday elections.  

    Based on Hillary's antics of late, I will definitely NOT VOTE for Hillary in the fall election if she is the nominee.  She's a cheater, just like the Republicans.

  • comment on a post The Big Democratic Opportunity of 2006: Governors over 8 years ago
    If you mention Massachusetts, you should also mention Connecticut.  While Jodi Rell has high popularity numbers now, she has not made a decision on whether to run in 2006 or not.  Rumor has it that she may choose to retire to Florida with her husband.

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