Discussion in 'Congress' started by Angel Heart, Aug 7, 2008.
[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8gdU_1MM44]YouTube - Hillary & the ballot[/ame]
well, she should be given her due, like every other male candidate that lost....ted kennedy got his delegate count at the convention, senator hart got his due at the convention and his delegate count....
SHE SHOULD BE GIVEN THE SAME respect as the male candidates that lost, anything less, is unacceptable.
I still hope I'll wake up one morning to find Hillary is the nominee and not Obama.
me too ravi, me too....
Naa.. I cant go there.. but I did cringe when obama wanted to seat 100% of Florida and Michigan delegates...
How CONVENIENT of him to now want this.....
If all delegates were going to be seated and were all counted beforehand then Hillary would be our nominee.... giving them a full seating now is useless pandering...imo
still haven't heeled yet from the DNC's moves to unfairly put obama in power as their candidate....accepting a poll as the people's vote is still unacceptable to me and always will be....
especially since it has been proven that obama loses 3% to 5% of the polling percentages when people actually come down to voting in a PRIVATE booth....heard some call it the Bradley effect?
Don't we all. I'd dump McCain like a bad habit.
Unfortunately you'll have to deal with the reality of the situation. Which is that Obama is the next best thing to Hillary.
I find it hard to believe that the same neo-con supporters who pilloried Hillary, suddenly want her to be the Democratic candidate enough that they'd vote for her, rather than McCain.
That's imply preposerous
That sounds more like a neo-con talking point, rather than any kind of reality.
Sowing seeds of doubt about O in the minds of Ds and disention among the D party, seems to be the point of it, frankly.
I think the neo-cons are simply scared to death of Obama.
He doesn't have Hillaries political baggage, PLUS his is far more charismatic than Hill or John. He might very well end up as popular as JFK as the thought of another charismatic democrat in the oval office scares the shit out of the neo-c0ns.
I don't think 1 in 10,000 people currently planning on voting R, would change their votes if Hillary was suddenly nominated by the Ds.
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