Game Over, Hillary

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    Well, it was a good run. I now see no way in which Hillary can win this nomination, unless superdelegates begin to turn on Obama, en masse. The DNC seems hell-bent on keeping the voters in Florida and Michigan from having a voice. The mindless morons swooning for Obama seem hell-bent on forcing their opinions down the throats of superdelegates.

    Oh well, Hillary can beat McCain in 2012.

    McCain in '08!
     
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    hip hip hooray.
     
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    it isnt over the way most clinton supporters are talking, but i dont see how she realistically thinks her campaign can be triumphant.

    but can i ask jsanders why you are such a staunt clinton advocate? when the primary process began i did a lot of research into the candidates and am wondering why you picked her.
     
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    Do you have any idea of the kind of damage McCain can do in 4 years? You want to see our Courts destroyed? Our right to privacy eviscerated?
     
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    now if Hillary can just come up with the 6.4 million she lent herself...

    i-o-me:redface:
     
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    as opposed to your draconian standards regarding scotus rulings and rationalized inequality? The far left isn't any better than the far right, Jillian.
     
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    Go away Clintons. The most powerful and richest country the planet has ever seen does not need a dynastic political caste system.

    Oh, that goes for the Bushes too.
     
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    well even one accept's the idea that the far left would be as bad as far right.

    there's no question that mccain will tilt the court bam ohh to the far right...whilst at best Obama can simply keep things in the middle...i mean given the current make up and whose due to retire.
     
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    that may be the case.. these things don't happen in a vacuum. But, is that the fault of the hard right that is doing the exact same damn thing the hard left WANTS to do or is it both their fault for refusing to set aside the demagoguery and find an acceptable middle ground?

    and yes, I know damn well that the hard left is just as bad, if not worse, than dominant warmonging bible thumpers. From kelo to smoking bans you exactly what im referring to.
     
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    You mean the "private right" to eviscerate unborn babies?

    Obama spokesman Tommy Vietor said in a statement "Barack Obama has always believed that our courts should stand up for social and economic justice"

    I always thought judges were there to interpret the law as created by the legislature and as written in the Constitution, not "stand up for social and economic justice".

    btw where's the "social justice" in killing babies?
     

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