Discussion in 'Congress' started by Manuel, Jun 1, 2008.
Clinton claims victory in Puerto Rico - CNN.com
The only thing that surprised me in this election was that Hillary won by what the polls said she'd win by. Usually the polls say she's away ahead, and then she squeaks out a victory (Ohio, Indiana, Texas).
Now if only she can prevent a wafflestomping in South Dakota and Montana, she has a chance to hold tight at around 150 delegates down.
I am suprised about the missing 60% of the usual voters in PR....whassup wid that?
This isn't suprising, Puerto Ricans are more colored struck than Americans. Plus they can't vote in the general election, so who cares about how they voted in the primaries.
Also Hillary and only Hillary is claiming she is winning the popular vote, no one else has made that claim, please show me a source that supports and validates her case??
Latinos are more color struck than Americans, are they?
You do realize that PR's are Americans, right?
You're FOS. I'm beginning to think you're a Rushbo fan.
I knew you, if know one else would respond
So I am not politically correct, sue me; I like how you take the focus else where.
Seriously.. PR typically sees and 80% electorate showing... this time barely 20%..
Hillary is winning the popular vote without Puerto Rico. If you didn't know, Florida and Michigan now officially count. And yes, Hillary can now officially count the votes she received in Michigan. Wanna bitch about it? Obama received 44% of the delegates and he didn't get a single vote.
Her landslide in Puerto Rico only strengthens her popular vote. Anyone who says she doesn't have the popular vote is at least partially retarded. Seriously.
If you're going to act like a racist, I'm going to say something.
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