Tuesday, June 3, 2008

It's NOT over! Hillary Clinton Comes from Behind to Cruise Past Barack Obama in South Dakota.

Hillary Clinton was supposed to lose South Dakota by 8-10 points... ...instead Hillary Clinton can add another RESOUNDING victory to her ever growing list of primary victories.

The Presumptive Nominee, Barack Obama, for the next several months must deflect attention from the cheating that went on in the Caucus State voting on his behalf before he can wrongfully steal that which he did not truthfully earn.

Please notice that this win was smack dab in the middle of where Obama won a bunch of caucus state elections. One more piece of evidence that the caucus state votes were so out of alignment that cheating went on, and that is what has cost Hillary Clinton the Nomination.

Let us hope the truth sets Barack Obama free to do the right thing before Denver.

14 comments:

James said...

It's not over?

Post Primary results put Obama @ 2,154 delegates and Hillary @ 1,923...

Last time I checked... 2,118 was the number and 2,154 is higher than that.

A.M. said...

Presumptive Nominee. Delegates and Super-Delegates are free to change their mind when necessary, such as when cheating in caucus state voting makes the news.

Anonymous said...

Oh goodness....So now "cheating" accusations will be thrown in the mix. Good grief

Anonymous said...

This is a great video by a pastor in Harlem.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UuysWJDP6J4

Don't give up Hillary!

James said...

You keep smoking your magic weed, the rest of the world will move on to the general election.

I swear you and Terry McCauliffe need to hook up.

I half expect to be here in January, watching President Elect McCain (or Obama) on TV and read about how ANY DAY now, Obama will be busted for cheating and Hillary will come from behind for the win.

Anonymous said...

please get a grip on reality. this primary is over. obama will be the nominee. clinton will not be his running mate.

Anonymous said...

It's been impossible for her to win mathematically since March. The pundits were right to count her out, but they arrived at their conclusions not with bias but with factual information. It will be squarely on Hillary's shoulders for not dropping out months ago if Obama doesn't have the time to become a known entity in all corners of the country before the vote in Nov. Her ego drove her campaign into the nastiest sort of identity politics in the last few months. Why else would these women, who previously held a positive view of Obama, begin to say- in May- that they will gladly relent on every pertinent political and social issue in order to vote against Obama? Who are these women who will gladly allow a pro-war, anti-abortion candidate to become president over unsubstantiated, frivolous reports that Obama "stole" the nomination? Let's take a deep breath and consider the country for once, not your Charismatic Leader.

A.M. said...

Your first talking point is exactly why I currently have four blogs devoted to this year's election.

I would add a pre-existing condition to your point, once Barack Obama cheated in the Caucus state votes, he pretty much did have the nomination wrapped up.

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A.M. said...

Anonymous contributors are basically second class citizens who's posts are accepted if they are not mean spirited or stupid.

If you choose to make a mean spirited or stupid post, then please use your real name.

Cheers.

Thinker said...

Barack Obama is an illegitimate DNC candidate, he will get knocked off the ballot by the GOP.
Just karma? lol

GoodFoodAround said...

Barack Obama is a qualified candidate and I am proud to vote for him. I commend what they are doing with the DNC as far as future contributions. I think it is long overdue.

I will always choose "We" over "Me"

Alessandro Machi said...

James, I tried posting on your blog and it is closed to comments. So there is no way to register or contact you.

Kind of lame, no?

Alessandro Machi said...

Hey Good Food Around, I tried leaving a comment on your blog, no way to leave one even though it says comment here.

What a bunch of losers. People who are too afraid to let others comment on their own blogs, while spewing their bile on other blogs, is just pathetic.

By the way, 10,000 homes a day are being foreclosed upon. Wall Street got who they wanted in the White House.