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ayak9 Donating Member (35 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Apr-27-08 10:16 AM
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7. When Hillary says Obama can't win...
Hillary reportedly told Bill Richardson when he called her to say he was endorsing Obama: "He can't win, Bill. He can't win."

When Hillary says Obama can't win, she isn't saying that Obama can't beat McCrazy -What she really means is that If this interloper somehow defeats her for the nomination and becomes president, it'll screw up her well-laid plans for restoration. She'll miss her window - she'd be too old in 2016. All that foreign money Bill would get in the future would likely dry up if Billary fails to attain the reins of power.

Their sense of entitlement seems to suggest that the Clintons believe that we are like some third world banana republic. Uday and Qusay were going to take over from Saddam. Which one does Hillary think she is - Uday or Qusay?Who do these people think they are? What do they think they're doing to the party, and to the country.

God save the Queen? Contrary to what the Clintons might think, this isn't a monarchy.
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  -Hillary 's bankrupt case to Super Delegates cali  Apr-27-08 09:24 AM   #0 
  - The SD's are no fools.  tekisui   Apr-27-08 09:28 AM   #1 
  - actually, I think it's out of respect for her supporters.  cali   Apr-27-08 09:29 AM   #3 
     - You are right.  tekisui   Apr-27-08 09:31 AM   #5 
  - They need to set the tone and stampede to Obama.  Pisces   Apr-27-08 09:28 AM   #2 
  - not yet. they need to wait until  cali   Apr-27-08 09:31 AM   #4 
     - Ah, but note they haven't been waiting  TheDoorbellRang   Apr-27-08 04:14 PM   #17 
  - But while they sit back & wait, millions of $s are being poured into primary vs GE and HRC's trashin  williesgirl   Apr-27-08 10:12 AM   #6 
  - If they endorse now they'll appear to be shuttling hill off the board  cali   Apr-27-08 10:17 AM   #8 
     - I don't see it will make much of a difference, they are and will continue to be pissed off.  Window   Apr-27-08 11:23 AM   #11 
        - I think you've got something there  Liberal Gramma   Apr-27-08 11:36 AM   #13 
           - Yes, just postponing the inevitable.  Window   Apr-27-08 03:38 PM   #16 
  - When Hillary says Obama can't win...  ayak9   Apr-27-08 10:16 AM   #7 
  - You nailed it. She has no plan or chance of winning the general election.  Walter Sobchak   Apr-27-08 11:07 AM   #9 
  - Pledged delegates mostly from red states? Yeah, that translates into certain electability.....  suston96   Apr-27-08 11:10 AM   #10 
     - lol. the last refuge of desperate hillbots  cali   Apr-27-08 11:30 AM   #12 
        - You know more about Howard Dean......?  suston96   Apr-27-08 11:44 AM   #14 
           - exact;ly the same thing he's been saying all along.  cali   Apr-27-08 02:26 PM   #15 
 

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