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loveangelc Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-18-08 04:40 PM
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39. Yes. I just heard commentators say on Tim Russert's show
(not that meet the press but another one) that if she loses ohio or texas they can't see a credible argument for her candidacy continuing.
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  -If Hillary loses OH and/or TX , is it over? kentuck  Feb-18-08 03:29 PM   #0 
  - One can only hope; that's what Carville said. nt  babylonsister   Feb-18-08 03:30 PM   #1 
  - She'll spin it to her favor, don't worry.  blocker   Feb-18-08 03:32 PM   #5 
     - Hey Blocker Welcome to DU  donheld   Feb-18-08 03:40 PM   #18 
  - Let them keep making ASSES of themselves  48percenter   Feb-18-08 03:31 PM   #2 
  - OH and Tex.  Bornaginhooligan   Feb-18-08 03:31 PM   #3 
  - Will she withdraw? I don't think so, but I think if she loses Texas or Ohio I don't see  Occam Bandage   Feb-18-08 03:32 PM   #4 
  - She may be more realistic than her husband and her supporters  grantcart   Feb-18-08 03:34 PM   #12 
  - Us here in NY would like nothing more for her to continue to be a great Senator.  shadowknows69   Feb-18-08 03:39 PM   #17 
     - Perhaps she can be the first woman Majority Leader of the Senate?  kentuck   Feb-18-08 03:42 PM   #19 
     - I'd have no problem with that  shadowknows69   Feb-18-08 03:44 PM   #21 
     - That would be great  Capn Sunshine   Feb-18-08 03:47 PM   #24 
        - No doubt about that...  kentuck   Feb-18-08 03:49 PM   #28 
           - However, the Senate hands out thing based on seniority  lapfog_1   Feb-18-08 04:46 PM   #41 
     - speak for yourself...  yourguide   Feb-18-08 03:45 PM   #22 
        - I tend to agree with you  shadowknows69   Feb-18-08 03:49 PM   #27 
  - Her money has been drying up  lapfog_1   Feb-18-08 03:37 PM   #14 
  - Not technically, but if she loses, say, TX and wins OH only narrowly  book_worm   Feb-18-08 03:32 PM   #6 
  - No because Hillary is going to take this to the convention  BrentTaylor   Feb-18-08 03:32 PM   #7 
  - From Mark Penn's mouth-- She has to pull within 25 delegates of Obama  tekisui   Feb-18-08 03:32 PM   #8 
  - I don't see her continuing should she lose either state.  rinsd   Feb-18-08 03:33 PM   #9 
  - Agreed.  theHandpuppet   Feb-18-08 08:20 PM   #46 
  - I truly think it is over NOW. And I think they know it. And that's why we're seeing the last gasps  K Gardner   Feb-18-08 03:34 PM   #10 
  - iT IS OVER  Yurem2008   Feb-18-08 03:37 PM   #16 
     - see comment # 20  Capn Sunshine   Feb-18-08 04:01 PM   #30 
     - Very interesting visuals there, Yurem and Capn Sunshine. Wow.  K Gardner   Feb-18-08 04:34 PM   #35 
  - If Hillary wins one state and then comes close in another  NJSecularist   Feb-18-08 03:34 PM   #11 
  - yes, it is over. she'll drag it out, but it would be done.  mathewsleep   Feb-18-08 03:35 PM   #13 
  - Neither of them will get enough delegates to win.  onehandle   Feb-18-08 03:37 PM   #15 
  - NEWS FLASH  Capn Sunshine   Feb-18-08 03:43 PM   #20 
  - If Hillary loses OH and/or TX, those states will move into the "irrelevant" column, and not count.  apocalypsehow   Feb-18-08 03:45 PM   #23 
  - I hope so but I still want Obama to come to NC before our primary in May.  NC_Nurse   Feb-18-08 03:48 PM   #25 
  - Ok..I'll plant another ear worm..  kentuck   Feb-18-08 03:48 PM   #26 
  - An ear worm from The Doors is always welcome.  shadowknows69   Feb-18-08 03:50 PM   #29 
  - No, it won't be over.  IndianaGreen   Feb-18-08 04:02 PM   #31 
  - Yes/  BringBigDogBack   Feb-18-08 04:02 PM   #32 
  - Yes.  thevoiceofreason   Feb-18-08 04:03 PM   #33 
  - Hillary will soldier on, even if she loses OH and/or TX.  Tatiana   Feb-18-08 04:06 PM   #34 
  - yes  grantcart   Feb-18-08 04:37 PM   #36 
  - Money is a factor too  JVS   Feb-18-08 04:38 PM   #37 
  - Effectively over, yes  I Vote In Pittsburgh   Feb-18-08 04:40 PM   #38 
  - Yes. I just heard commentators say on Tim Russert's show  loveangelc   Feb-18-08 04:40 PM   #39 
  - God, I hope so  blogslut   Feb-18-08 04:40 PM   #40 
  - Yes. n/t  Crunchy Frog   Feb-18-08 05:16 PM   #42 
  - Yes.  Old Crusoe   Feb-18-08 08:08 PM   #43 
  - It's already over  proud2Blib   Feb-18-08 08:09 PM   #44 
  - Pretty much yes.  Aya Reiko   Feb-18-08 08:15 PM   #45 
  - Yes.  rpannier   Feb-18-08 08:21 PM   #47 
  - Yep  Khaotic   Feb-18-08 08:25 PM   #48 
  - yes, indeed  goodhue   Feb-18-08 08:26 PM   #49 
  - When it's over, will she recognize it?  Kristi1696   Feb-18-08 08:28 PM   #50 
  - She won't even recognize her IWR and Kyl-Lieberman votes were wrong!  IndianaGreen   Feb-18-08 08:30 PM   #51 
     - Lol. We're in agreement. I don't expect her to.  Kristi1696   Feb-18-08 08:38 PM   #54 
  - If she loses one or both, yes. If she wins both, even narrowly...  Alexander   Feb-18-08 08:31 PM   #52 
  - Situation Room, post-Texas  BlueDogDemocratNH   Feb-18-08 08:34 PM   #53 

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