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Sirveri Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Apr-12-07 08:28 PM
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11. Didn't Dean get trounced once the Primaries actually started.
In a way this doesn't bode well for Obama if the same holds true.
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  -Clinton suffers virtual defeat in MoveOn vote on Iraq Freddie Stubbs  Apr-12-07 02:40 PM   #0 
  - She got the roughest questions also. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-12-07 02:44 PM   #1 
  - I guess people didn't like her answers  Freddie Stubbs   Apr-12-07 03:21 PM   #2 
     - I did.  William769   Apr-12-07 03:25 PM   #3 
     - So did I - but moveon is a crowd, like much of DU, that wants only to dump on her. n/t  papau   Apr-12-07 04:06 PM   #7 
        - It almost sounds like you are saying, "Clinton good; MoveOn, DU bad." Is that  John Q. Citizen   Apr-12-07 09:52 PM   #18 
        - hillary gives reasons to dump  zidzi   Apr-12-07 10:18 PM   #19 
     - Questions were selected ahead of time. Nice try. nt  MookieWilson   Apr-12-07 06:40 PM   #8 
        - Yes, but the answers were up to the candidates  Freddie Stubbs   Apr-12-07 08:47 PM   #15 
  - 17% for Kucinich... very nice  BrokenBeyondRepair   Apr-12-07 03:26 PM   #4 
  - That is worse than he did in the 2003 straw poll  Freddie Stubbs   Apr-12-07 03:32 PM   #6 
     - Votes were much more evenly divided this time  eridani   Apr-12-07 08:56 PM   #17 
        - It would appear than Kucinich did not pick up many Dean supporters  Freddie Stubbs   Apr-13-07 09:37 AM   #31 
           - In WA state he did n/t  eridani   Apr-13-07 03:11 PM   #37 
  - She has always ignored anyone to the left of the moderate position  Robbien   Apr-12-07 03:27 PM   #5 
  - How is she the "frontrunner"  ryanmuegge   Apr-12-07 06:55 PM   #9 
  - My question exactly. She hasn't endeared herself to the grassroots primary-voting dem  Jersey Ginny   Apr-12-07 11:16 PM   #20 
  - She's only the "frontrunner" because...  KevinJ   Apr-13-07 03:25 PM   #38 
  - I expect she's virtually concerned. n/t  Robb   Apr-12-07 07:05 PM   #10 
  - Didn't Dean get trounced once the Primaries actually started.  Sirveri   Apr-12-07 08:28 PM   #11 
  - Only because the M$M obsessed on his "Dean Scream" n/t  ShortnFiery   Apr-13-07 12:42 AM   #23 
     - He came in a weak third in Iowa before the scream  karynnj   Apr-13-07 09:09 AM   #30 
     - The trouncing came before the screaming. n/t  Psephos   Apr-13-07 09:41 PM   #43 
  - Kuncinich and Richardson did well!  burrowowl   Apr-12-07 08:33 PM   #12 
  - They wouldn't get along. One is a 'free' trader and the other isn't. (nt)  w4rma   Apr-12-07 08:41 PM   #13 
  - Here are some results from the e-mail I got from MoveOn:  lyonn   Apr-12-07 08:45 PM   #14 
  - Moveon voters who attended Town Hall House Parties: Edwards 25%, Richardson 21%, Obama 19%  bklyncowgirl   Apr-13-07 05:33 AM   #29 
     - I didn't read all their statements, skimmed some but,  lyonn   Apr-13-07 11:30 AM   #33 
  - Wait until its real, Hillary! Lookin forward to her eventual defeat. eom  Tom Joad   Apr-12-07 08:47 PM   #16 
  - MoveOn is far less influential today than it was  sfexpat2000   Apr-12-07 11:26 PM   #21 
  - Oh, I don't know about this ... I think HRC is going down hard. n/t  ShortnFiery   Apr-13-07 12:43 AM   #24 
     - She may but it won't be because of MoveOn. Members  sfexpat2000   Apr-13-07 01:07 AM   #27 
     - I read most of her speech and she is doing the same dialog  lyonn   Apr-13-07 11:44 AM   #34 
     - Maybe she will go down, but I will not be rooting for her downfall  MODemocrat   Apr-13-07 06:08 PM   #40 
  - Excuse me! But , don't you  BenDavid   Apr-13-07 12:15 AM   #22 
  - The American People are tired of "swagger" ... regardless of gender, it's unattractive. n/t  ShortnFiery   Apr-13-07 12:44 AM   #25 
  - As much as I admire Move On ....  Trajan   Apr-13-07 01:04 AM   #26 
  - I know from the right wingers around me here in kool-aid land, HRC will lose the General Election ..  ShortnFiery   Apr-13-07 01:20 AM   #28 
  - It's not a lock. Obama's going to be pretty tough.  ryanmuegge   Apr-13-07 12:24 PM   #36 
  - Her war support for the war does give me pause about her too - and the fact  28erl   Apr-13-07 10:35 AM   #32 
  - And, Bush suffered an *actual* one, in two elections!!! n/t  rec_report   Apr-13-07 12:08 PM   #35 
  - And yet the big 3 all say exactly the same thing regarding the invasion...  arikara   Apr-13-07 05:24 PM   #39 
  - This poll was about Iraq, not Iran  Freddie Stubbs   Apr-13-07 09:38 PM   #42 
     - War is war  arikara   Apr-14-07 02:23 PM   #44 
        - Don't forget the warmonger Dennis Kucinich  Freddie Stubbs   Apr-15-07 09:20 AM   #45 
  - I voted for Biden  Martin Eden   Apr-13-07 06:38 PM   #41 

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