Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Clinton's Comeback Changes The Game Again

Hillary is back from the dead and has made the Democratic nomination a race once again. This is truly going to be a hardcore and expensive battle between Obama and Clinton. It's political war at its best. If you love politics, you gotta love this race.


Faith March 5, 2008 at 3:22 AM  

Hillary pulled ahead using attack ads though. She has the main stream media in her hip pocket. I watched CNN to here her surrogate say the pledged delegate count doesn't matter and on FOX they said McCain could pull away more Democrats than the "highfalutin'' Obama could pull away Republicans. What I can't believe is the tacit agreement between HRC and McCain who are clearly sharing strategies. If I was Obama I'd mention that with a question about who's the democrat and who's the republican? I guess that answers my question I posted in another comment section.

Shirley March 5, 2008 at 8:32 AM  

It's exhausting because I'm an Obama supporter. But, if Hillary wins, I have to put my "I don't like Hillary" feelings aside to embrace her as my Democratic candidate (McCain and Nader are not options for me.) And she's been very sarcastic about Obama's ability to inspire and mobilize supporters. I don't like that, either.

And the whole Tina Fey thing...on Saturday Night Live, Tina asked "what are you afraid of?" thinking that people are voting for Obama out of fear of a woman president. Well, I'm voting for him because I like him better. And while Tina wants to support the white woman in the race (something that she considers a big change for the presidency, I want to vote for the black man who I think it more of a change in the presidency.)

I think I smell a compromise on the horizon. Neither of them will have enough delegates by May or June.

Anonymiss March 5, 2008 at 9:47 AM  

I guess I don't have love for politics cuz I am getting tired, LOL!

If there's another debate (pretty sure there will be), I'm gonna watch some fluff on Lifetime or Oxygen.

Props to Hillary for being a fighter. That is all the props I plan to give her, LOL!

DJ Black Adam March 5, 2008 at 2:25 PM  

Hillary and the attack ads. Fascinanting. This lady doesn't clarfiy her positions, just attacks Barak, leaking photos to try to infer and imply that Barak is a Muslim to stoke up fears of Muslims and terrorist.

If she wins the democratinc nomination, I am voting for McCain.

JJ March 6, 2008 at 3:07 PM  

Back form the dead?

She won Ohio by ten points.
She won a PORTION of the Texas prima-caucus by 3.

These were supposed to be her Firewalls and she failed, miserably.

Yet even tough she declared MAJOR victory for the 2nd time (It was all supposed to be over Super Tuesday) it's somehow "Barack didn't close the deal."

Right. And this wasn't her race to win?


She loses 12 of the last 15 (scores a draw in Texas) and even though she didn't dent his delegate lead she's not "back in it"

The bar is set impossibly high for Obama and incredibly low for Clinton.

Best believe if she's the nominee I wil be actively campaigning against her.

Professor Tracey March 6, 2008 at 3:32 PM  

JJ -

As is your habit, which I do enjoy most of the time, you love to argue even when you are wrong. Clinton is very much back in this race otherwise she would have quit already. This is about bars, its about the race.

And campaigning against her makes no sense. So you would rather have 4 to 8 years of another republican than a democrat. That doesn't make sense.

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