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razorman Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Feb-13-08 11:32 AM
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91. She won't care, as long as she gets the delegates.
She intends to win at all costs.
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  -Hillary: FL and MI should be heard shadowrider  Feb-09-08 03:16 PM   #0 
  - Then they need to have new elections....  ingac70   Feb-09-08 03:17 PM   #1 
  - I agree.  dbonds   Feb-09-08 03:59 PM   #14 
  - then have another caucus/ primary, we have til august.  fenriswolf   Feb-09-08 03:17 PM   #2 
  - What a principled stand!  IrishBloodEngHeart   Feb-09-08 03:18 PM   #3 
  - Exactly. This is a huge reason I cannot stand her.  Oregonian   Feb-10-08 10:40 AM   #67 
     - you think it's fair that the voters in MI and FL  paulk   Feb-10-08 05:35 PM   #73 
     - Or course it's not fair. But it's not fair to change the rules and go back on your promise  Oregonian   Feb-10-08 08:01 PM   #75 
        - as for the rules - this is a Presidential election  paulk   Feb-10-08 08:12 PM   #77 
           - Those people don't have to have a say, period.  Lance_Boyle   Feb-11-08 10:44 AM   #78 
              - thanks for support Democratic principles and ideals  DrDan   Feb-11-08 04:00 PM   #88 
     - Yep always about the I instead of the We with her (n/t)  harun   Feb-11-08 12:52 PM   #82 
     - Hillary Campaign is Circling the Drain  WillYourVoteBCounted   Feb-11-08 01:00 PM   #83 
  - get over it.  thunder rising   Feb-09-08 03:18 PM   #4 
  - No Fair Cheating  badgervan   Feb-09-08 05:50 PM   #35 
     - If she insists on counting FL and MI delegates, her popularity will only nosedive.  closeupready   Feb-11-08 07:35 PM   #89 
     - She won't care, as long as she gets the delegates.  razorman   Feb-13-08 11:32 AM   #91 
  - Let them do a caucus in April.  CanonRay   Feb-09-08 03:20 PM   #5 
  - It costs the States a LOT to run an election -- who will pay? NT.  JMDEM   Feb-09-08 04:08 PM   #15 
     - Maybe Hillary will loan them the money  marshall   Feb-10-08 08:46 AM   #64 
     - In our paper: the state party would pay for the caucus, not the state.  knitter4democracy   Feb-10-08 05:24 PM   #71 
  - Let them do a caucus in April.  CanonRay   Feb-09-08 03:20 PM   #6 
  - Uh, those races are over. It's Washington and Louisiana today.  bluestateguy   Feb-09-08 03:22 PM   #7 
  - lol  RUMMYisFROSTED   Feb-09-08 04:13 PM   # 
  - Had they brokered a deal before their primaries ...  BearSquirrel2   Feb-09-08 05:36 PM   #33 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-09-08 10:32 PM   #48 
  - She may be making a big mistake.  PATRICK   Feb-09-08 03:25 PM   #8 
  - If she fights this without a redo of those primaries, she will lose the general election  still_one   Feb-09-08 05:01 PM   #26 
     - Agreed. This would be the deal breaker on my vote.  faygokid   Feb-09-08 06:14 PM   #38 
     - This is one scenario that would get this Dem to sit out  RamboLiberal   Feb-10-08 02:06 AM   #58 
  - she's against Caucuses, she wants to keep the flawed delegations as they are  JackORoses   Feb-09-08 03:26 PM   #9 
  - Pfft...  Spider Jerusalem   Feb-09-08 03:34 PM   #10 
  - No surprise, more of the same.  faygokid   Feb-09-08 03:46 PM   #11 
  - Yeah I'd call that winning the battle and losing the war  RamboLiberal   Feb-10-08 02:10 AM   #59 
  - I have one thing to say to Hillary  Malva Zebrina   Feb-09-08 03:56 PM   #12 
  - She won the POPULAR VOTE  CatnHat   Feb-09-08 04:14 PM   #18 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-09-08 04:38 PM   #21 
  - what are you talking about? The DNC told the candidates NOT to run in MI and FL  still_one   Feb-09-08 05:05 PM   #27 
  - I sincerely doubt there will be a "do-over"  shadowrider   Feb-09-08 05:28 PM   #30 
     - Will if she wins the nomination because of that tactic, I predict Obama supporters  still_one   Feb-09-08 10:17 PM   #46 
  - I think she was OK with not counting FL and MI when the decision was made?  pinkpops   Feb-09-08 06:02 PM   #37 
  - Then if she wins either without having MI and FL delegates seated  still_one   Feb-09-08 10:21 PM   #47 
  - Actually Mr O has voted to the left of Ms H in the  pokercat999   Feb-10-08 12:31 PM   #68 
  - Obama's name was not on the ballot in Michigan -n/t  coalition_unwilling   Feb-11-08 11:41 AM   #79 
  - my my my....  ObamaJacksome   Feb-09-08 10:46 PM   #50 
  - Hold another caucus or primary. Problem solved.  Alexander   Feb-09-08 03:57 PM   #13 
  - She voted for the war in Iraq  Malva Zebrina   Feb-09-08 04:44 PM   #22 
     - this reply was meant for catnhat  Malva Zebrina   Feb-09-08 04:50 PM   #23 
        - No worries. I agree completely with everything you said.  Alexander   Feb-09-08 05:33 PM   #32 
  - Obama would have won Michigan, and Hillary takes Florida.  Carrieyazel   Feb-09-08 04:13 PM   #16 
  - Revote in Michigan  apcalc   Feb-09-08 04:59 PM   #25 
  - Why bother with the primary season at all?  Vinca   Feb-09-08 04:13 PM   #17 
  - Yeah, she's the Inevitable Queen.  Oregonian   Feb-10-08 08:02 PM   #76 
  - Florida's rule-busting primary:  Speciesamused   Feb-09-08 04:18 PM   #19 
  - Does she really think she can win the general election without Obama supporters?  still_one   Feb-09-08 05:07 PM   #28 
  - Lets not start that GOP "I'll take my ball an go home crap"  Fluffdaddy   Feb-09-08 05:39 PM   #34 
     - That isn't GOP crap, if they seat MI and FL without a redo, we WILL lose  still_one   Feb-09-08 10:16 PM   #45 
        - Then you got 4-8 more years of GOP wing-nuts  Fluffdaddy   Feb-10-08 12:04 AM   #54 
           - I usually advise against getting mad and taking the ball and bat home  RamboLiberal   Feb-10-08 02:31 AM   #61 
  - This is HilBilly's truest measure: they are willing to destroy the  coalition_unwilling   Feb-11-08 12:04 PM   #80 
  - The ones who showed up for the beauty pageant were heard..  SoCalDem   Feb-09-08 04:31 PM   #20 
  - Very simple Hillary, if you win because of this without do a redo of the primaries, NO VOTE FROM ME  still_one   Feb-09-08 04:57 PM   #24 
  - there's no time for that.....  ObamaJacksome   Feb-09-08 10:49 PM   #51 
     - Honor our party leader's decisions?  RamboLiberal   Feb-10-08 02:56 AM   #62 
  - which is why excluding the delegates from those states was suicidal  0rganism   Feb-09-08 05:19 PM   #29 
  - Dean will be against it ...  BearSquirrel2   Feb-09-08 05:56 PM   #36 
     - This will be a litmus test  shadowrider   Feb-09-08 06:32 PM   #39 
  - No they shouldn't...and you wouldn't say so if you didn't win them  boricua79   Feb-09-08 05:29 PM   #31 
  - Clinton won on "Hillary vs. None of the Above" ballots  high density   Feb-09-08 07:40 PM   #40 
  - Do over  JerseygirlCT   Feb-09-08 08:04 PM   #41 
  - This crap is why I didn't vote for Hillary. You can't just change the rules.  Jersey Ginny   Feb-09-08 08:56 PM   #42 
  - This is EXACTLY like her saying she'll decide her own presidential powers...  Zhade   Feb-09-08 11:07 PM   #52 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-10-08 10:06 AM   #66 
  - erm  HuffleClaw   Feb-09-08 08:57 PM   #43 
  - What is wrong with this woman?  lancer78   Feb-09-08 09:40 PM   #44 
  - hey man!  ObamaJacksome   Feb-09-08 10:41 PM   #49 
  - What is negative about it?  lancer78   Feb-10-08 12:12 AM   #55 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-10-08 10:01 AM   #65 
  - Is anyone really surprised at this dirty stuff?  JeanGrey   Feb-09-08 11:28 PM   #53 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Feb-10-08 12:43 AM   #56 
  - she really needs delegates now  ursi   Feb-10-08 12:56 AM   #57 
  - Amazing how cutesy the Clinton campaign was to remain on the ballot  RamboLiberal   Feb-10-08 02:18 AM   #60 
  - How about superdelegates?  Pigwidgeon   Feb-10-08 08:12 AM   #63 
  - Last fall one thing, now the opposite  SOS   Feb-10-08 12:56 PM   #69 
  - Well there's a fucking surprise! nt  Earth_First   Feb-10-08 02:31 PM   #70 
  - Where was she when it counted? She helped screw MI and FL.  knitter4democracy   Feb-10-08 05:27 PM   #72 
  - I agree  Mz Pip   Feb-10-08 06:21 PM   #74 
  - I will gladly vote again. This time for Obama and not uncommitted.  sarcasmo   Feb-11-08 12:13 PM   #81 
  - I don't see how she can justify this stance. This is akin to the Bush shenanigans in Florida 2000.  yellowcanine   Feb-11-08 01:05 PM   #84 
  - Plenty of time for a caucus or primary  JPZenger   Feb-11-08 01:20 PM   #85 
  - You can't be serious  inMD   Feb-11-08 01:27 PM   #86 
  - Hill's Big Fat Pres Primary  grassfed   Feb-11-08 01:38 PM   #87 
  - Previously agreed they wouldn't count, but now that she's down she's willing to CHEAT. Nice.  NoodleyAppendage   Feb-11-08 09:29 PM   #90 
  - Let every vote (for me) count  The Croquist   Feb-13-08 03:26 PM   #92 
  - Bullshit. You wouldn't give a fuck if Obama had won those states, so go sell your "concern"...  truebrit71   Feb-13-08 03:46 PM   #93 
 

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