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Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Clinton Wins West Virginia; Reads Talking Points

As predicted by everyone, Hillary Clinton is projected to win West Virginia by a large margin.

Hillary Clinton is currently giving a speech that is simply all of her talking points onto one piece of paper. She reminds us the popular vote is close. She wants to marginalize the importance and binding effect of pledged delegates. She wants to count Florida and Michigan now that she needs the states, a 180 on her pre-February 5th position, despite Barack Obama not even being on the ballot in Michigan. She wants superdelegates to make up their own minds. She is up in key battle ground polls. She does not give up.

Nothing new. So, in the spirit of Clinton, I will offer nothing new in this post. Nothing has changed. Refer to today's post to see where she goes from here.

1 comment:

Dean said...

Consider the following:

If people voting for a young, black male would be unwilling to vote for an older, white female if their preferred candidate does not win - are they racist, mysogynist or ‘ageist’?

If people voting for an older, white female are unwilling to vote for a young, black male if their preferred candidate does not win - are they racist, misandronist or ‘ageist’?

Look at the polls and see how many Obama supporters would vote for Clinton, and then see how many Clinton supporters would vote for Obama. If they are Democrats, and would vote for a Republican - then this should indicate how many are more biased regarding race, gender or age than they are by their politics.

Interesing, eh?

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