Hey, I'm just speaking the truth. He's been caught gaming the stock market at the expense of main-street traders and he's been caught using his blog as a platform to promote Dean's candidacy without disclosing that he was being paid to do it. He's a guy no better than Sean Hannity.
So one poll shows Clinton winning North Carolina and, despite the state's red history, the electoral map is updated to give her the state... but one poll shows Obama losing Wisconsin out of five in the last month, and the state goes to McCain.
Jesus, Armstrong, can you hide your ethical problems at all?
I really cannot stand Hillary Clinton anymore. I look forward to the public humiliation of having to drop out after the party pushes her out of the primary once and for all. The Clinton cancer on the Democratic Party will finally be cured.
You are living in a dreamland if you think that Clinton is going to win South Dakota, and probably represents your wishful thinking rather than reality. The most recent poll showed Obama with a 12-point lead, and Clinton's average over the three latest polls to be taken is 34.7%.
I agree that there should be reforms made to the primary process, starting with ditching caucuses, putting tighter restrictions on the primary calendar to make sure FL & MI don't happen again and the like.
However, this primary process has rules and they are the ones we started with. Unfortunately, "but the rules are unfair" is only an argument you can present when it's all over.
Again, no one cares about the popular vote statistic. If our nomination was built upon which candidate gets the most votes overall, no candidate would leave the top 10 states and there would be no caucuses anywhere. Repeating this line as a way of trying to fool people into putting pressure on super-delegates to hand Hillary the nomination gets you nowhere, and really does make you look moronic.