Hillary needs to burn in political hell...

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    for that speech tonight... She had her flock foaming at the mouth screaming for Denver. She cared not to difuse her divisive campaign recognizing her loss and instead gave hope to those that still cling to the rails of her sinking titanic... WTF was that.. if she wants the VP spot this was not the way to go about it...
     
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    Oh wah.:rolleyes:
     
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    This is the exact way to go about it. It's a bargain.
     
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    Would you support an Obama/Clinton campaign ?
     
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    I wouldn't vote, not even for McCain.

    I will never vote for Obama, and I'll never vote against Clinton.

    So I guess having Hillary helps Obama in more than one way. Hillary supporters are very much less likely to vote for McCain over Obama, even if that means they won't vote at all. Not voting is better than voting for McCain in the eyes of the Democrats.
     
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    Hillary won the popular vote why should she back down now? Take it to Denver baby!
     
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    I was just curious. Obama will offer the VP spot to her because that is the only way he stands a chance in the general election. He would throw his grandmother under the bus if he thought it would help him politically.....oh wait he already did that....:eusa_whistle:
     
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    Pretty much my feelings on the subject.
     
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    It doesn't bother any of you hillary supporters that now that Obama has reached the magic number, and she has definitively lost, that she still won't concede?
     
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    Nope. I'm a Hillary supporter, not a Democrat. I don't care if she tears the party to shreds.
     

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