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DesEtoiles Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-05-08 11:58 PM
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14. uh - no Republicans are voting in the Dem primaries. Duh.
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  -Pattern of Clinton's support tonight shows she is more electable than Obama. jsamuel  Feb-05-08 11:51 PM   #0 
  - Obama did well in caucuses, but in primaries where his people were insisting  MADem   Feb-05-08 11:52 PM   #1 
  - Exactly. The general election is not a caucus.  Harvey Korman   Feb-06-08 12:02 AM   #18 
  - 100% correct.  AX10   Feb-06-08 12:03 AM   #19 
  - You noticed that too?  jlake   Feb-05-08 11:53 PM   #2 
  - links? because that's not what I heard on NPR  cali   Feb-05-08 11:54 PM   #3 
  - LMAO.  tabasco   Feb-05-08 11:54 PM   #4 
  - Take a look at MO and OK and TN and get back to us.  Jim4Wes   Feb-05-08 11:55 PM   #7 
  - hahahaha  Botany   Feb-05-08 11:54 PM   #5 
  - Check the results by county. nt  nonconformist   Feb-05-08 11:56 PM   #8 
     - I will be right on that  Botany   Feb-05-08 11:57 PM   #11 
        - Ok then, remain ignorant that she gets rural votes and he gets city votes in these states. nt  nonconformist   Feb-06-08 12:04 AM   #21 
  - She lost most of the states  Bleachers7   Feb-05-08 11:55 PM   #6 
  - The teeming metropolis  BlueDogDemocratNH   Feb-05-08 11:57 PM   #9 
  - What about Sitka, Ely, International Falls, and Emporia  Botany   Feb-06-08 12:16 AM   #24 
  - ha!!! actually caused me to howl. thx. n/t  krkaufman   Feb-06-08 12:37 AM   #28 
  - Clinton folks, stop!! Don't deny that hillary does have issues  oviedodem   Feb-05-08 11:57 PM   #10 
  - Stay in Iraq for 100 years  Botany   Feb-05-08 11:59 PM   #16 
  - War Without End McCain vs. Out in a Hundred Days Clinton?  MADem   Feb-06-08 12:17 AM   #26 
     - Hillary's GE issues have nothing to do with Dems. She'll do great with Dems.  krkaufman   Feb-06-08 12:39 AM   #29 
        - She'll take independents too. It's the same shit as before, really, only with a war in the mix.  MADem   Feb-06-08 12:47 AM   #33 
           - Okie-doke. n/t  krkaufman   Feb-06-08 01:23 AM   #40 
  - pffft.  NormaR   Feb-05-08 11:57 PM   #12 
  - You've got that backwards. Obama won the most red and purple states. NT  TheWraith   Feb-05-08 11:58 PM   #13 
  - uh - no Republicans are voting in the Dem primaries. Duh.  NormaR   Feb-05-08 11:58 PM   #14 
  - You Can't Even Spell "Pattern"  JimGinPA   Feb-05-08 11:58 PM   #15 
  - JSamuel is one of the first tier voices on the netroots  jackson_dem   Feb-06-08 12:20 AM   #27 
     - Well, that voice isn't too reliable, in my book, if the OP is an example of their "analysis."  krkaufman   Feb-06-08 12:45 AM   #31 
  - Yeah if only Democratic chicks vote....  truebrit71   Feb-06-08 12:01 AM   #17 
  - As wrong as you can get. Obama won lily white rural states. Hillary wins are mostly blue states,  milkyway   Feb-06-08 12:03 AM   #20 
  - But democrats were the only people voting, and some independents  ShadowLiberal   Feb-06-08 12:08 AM   #22 
  - most of the states that were primaries were open  jsamuel   Feb-06-08 12:09 AM   #23 
  - I think it's the other way around.  goodgd_yall   Feb-06-08 12:17 AM   #25 
  - Clinton won the huge cities of North Dakota and Utah? Wow! I didn't know that.  indie_ana_500   Feb-06-08 12:39 AM   #30 
  - You're wrong  BeyondGeography   Feb-06-08 12:46 AM   #32 
  - Not in a General Election against McCain.  calteacherguy   Feb-06-08 12:48 AM   #34 
  - A great deal of Obama's Indy and moderate Republican support will jump ship to McCain.  nonconformist   Feb-06-08 12:52 AM   #36 
     - Yes, they will if Hillary is the nominee. nt  calteacherguy   Feb-06-08 12:54 AM   #38 
        - Don't you get it?  nonconformist   Feb-06-08 01:09 AM   #39 
  - Each candidate is debatable  margotb822   Feb-06-08 12:51 AM   #35 
  - Really?  krkaufman   Feb-06-08 12:53 AM   #37 
 

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