Obama or Mccain = No Choices superdelegates to blame

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  1. InfiniteBeauty
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    I feel as long with my Dad who has worked for the gov many years
     
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    Umm..I don't mean to be a smartass or anything, but I think you're a few weeks late with your threads today. :eusa_angel:
     
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    what the hell do superdelegates have to do with republican nominees?
     
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    well cause Hillary lost the super delegates, Ron Paul dropped out
     
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    Caligirl Oh yes it is too!

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    HIllary will be able to accomplish way more as SoS than as Pres, she riles up republicans and would have difficulty getting legislation through. but as SoS she could be a great "bad cop" to Obama's "good cop."

    She'll do great as SoS I am surprised you are upset since this is a good position to her strengths -
     

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