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66. And, she never will.
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  -Primaries vs Caucuses - The evidence shows Caucuses are bull sunonmars  May-16-08 06:00 AM   #0 
  - funny how them caucuses work out, huh?  goldcanyonaz   May-16-08 06:02 AM   #1 
  - YOU WERE ALL THE CALL TODAY AND ARE FOLLOWING THE SCRIPT>>>>>>  NormaR   May-16-08 09:29 PM   #72 
  - ....  mcctatas   May-16-08 10:47 PM   #106 
  - wow, you are really going nuts on this meme... first you lie in another thread about what the call  Texas Hill Country   May-17-08 03:36 AM   #140 
     - Don't confuse an Obama supporter with the truth  unlawflcombatnt   May-17-08 07:00 PM   #177 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-16-08 11:30 PM   #118 
  - Funny that no one had a problem with Bill Clinton  davidpdx   May-16-08 06:05 AM   #2 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-16-08 06:06 AM   #3 
  - Wow...and your proof is where?  davidpdx   May-16-08 07:33 PM   #22 
  - OMG - how dare actually COMPETE in those silly little contests!  anigbrowl   May-16-08 09:34 PM   #79 
  - Bullshit! What NO ONE EXPECTED was  Blue_Roses   May-16-08 09:36 PM   #80 
  - LMFAO....  walldude   May-16-08 09:45 PM   #91 
  - why is the vote tied?  goldcanyonaz   May-16-08 06:07 AM   #4 
     - Tied...  davidpdx   May-16-08 07:34 PM   #23 
        - Detergent  TahitiNut   May-16-08 07:36 PM   #24 
  - And if it were winner take all  WonderGrunion   May-16-08 06:07 AM   #5 
  - Much as I love the direct democracy of caucuses, they are less democratic  cali   May-16-08 06:08 AM   #6 
  - I agree, we should accept that there are caucuses in this primary and move on but  musicblind   May-16-08 08:30 PM   #51 
  - That's crap. Participation is light years more democratic than passively consuming soundbites  eridani   May-16-08 08:34 PM   #53 
  - thank you  swampg8r   May-17-08 12:12 AM   #124 
  - I don't like caucuses either...  Youphemism   May-16-08 06:13 AM   #7 
  - "We see more evidence that Obama built up his delegate lead by gaming the caucuses."  Perry Logan   May-16-08 06:15 AM   #8 
  - Meaning that having a solid organization capable of mobilizing supporters is cheating  eridani   May-17-08 01:45 AM   #129 
  - Are you actually trying to compare non-binding primaries with caucuses?  dansolo   May-16-08 06:15 AM   #9 
  - Of course, the OP is. After all, the goal here is to claim the ultimate non-binding  jsmirman   May-16-08 07:43 PM   #28 
  - except that the "non binding primaries" generated more interest  paulk   May-16-08 09:38 PM   #82 
  - considerably more interest. nt  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 03:57 AM   #148 
  - wouldn't they 'generate less interest' equally among all candidates? so why are the results (percent  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 03:56 AM   #147 
  - "bull" only because your candidate LOST  ima_sinnic   May-16-08 06:15 AM   #10 
  - No, they're flawed because they don't reflect the views of the voters.  lumberjack_jeff   May-16-08 10:45 PM   #104 
     - so I guess you'll be actively working to change it for next time  ima_sinnic   May-17-08 03:50 AM   #145 
     - Yes, and I didn't realize the magnitude of the problem prior to this  lumberjack_jeff   May-17-08 09:43 AM   #164 
     - I want to disenfranchise Repub voters in Dem caucuses or primaries n/t  eridani   May-17-08 04:15 AM   #158 
        - Like this guy?  lumberjack_jeff   May-17-08 09:45 AM   #165 
           - There is no such thing as registration by party in WA state  eridani   May-17-08 05:23 PM   #170 
           - There is no such thing as registration by party in WA state  eridani   May-17-08 05:25 PM   #172 
              - I voted in the WA primary. I had to choose the (R) ballot, the (I) ballot or the (D) one.  lumberjack_jeff   May-17-08 06:29 PM   #176 
                 - You just cannot be a Republican (or a Democrat) by registration in WA state, period  eridani   May-18-08 04:15 AM   #179 
  - K&R!!  indimuse   May-16-08 06:24 AM   #11 
  - what they said  goldcanyonaz   May-16-08 06:27 AM   #12 
  - Does this make you feel better to post this, does this adjust your attitude and self worth  Boz   May-16-08 06:32 AM   #13 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-16-08 09:40 PM   #85 
  - BITCH! BRAV-F*CKING-O! Caucus-Gate!!  JTFrog   May-16-08 06:37 AM   #14 
  - Ummm...  Jeff In Milwaukee   May-16-08 06:37 AM   #15 
  - Last I knew the Washington & Nebraska primaries were worth zero delegates  high density   May-16-08 06:42 AM   #16 
  - You have any fucking evidence?  Elrond Hubbard   May-16-08 06:43 AM   #17 
  - so you take 3 states with binding caucuses  CreekDog   May-16-08 06:49 AM   #18 
  - Ok, you handled that quite well. See below where I punk Op Mindcrime brutally.  jsmirman   May-16-08 07:45 PM   #29 
  - Although it's two states. Texas is not a non-binding primary, right?  jsmirman   May-16-08 07:47 PM   #31 
  - The OP referred to 3 states (TX, NE, WA) as evidence "caucuses are crap"  CreekDog   May-16-08 08:17 PM   #49 
     - Yeah, but all I was saying is that there isn't a non-binding Texas replacement  jsmirman   May-17-08 03:23 AM   #137 
  - whatever; and nobody is saying caucuses shouldn't count (this time), but they should be eliminated.  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 03:59 AM   #150 
  - How come caucuses haven't been a problem before?  mmonk   May-16-08 06:50 AM   #19 
  - Primaries are bull - they don't match the caucus results  GoesTo11   May-16-08 06:51 AM   #20 
  - So you were ALSO on today's call and Sen. Clinton told you what to say.  NormaR   May-16-08 10:31 PM   #102 
  - So caucuses stink today  charlie   May-16-08 06:55 AM   #21 
  - sorry Obama played by the rules, and knew what the game was all about.  slinkerwink   May-16-08 07:37 PM   #25 
  - and who cares if we lose the GE. great.  VotesForWomen   May-16-08 08:08 PM   #42 
     - Debbie Downer, Rachel Dratch called, she wants her recurring character back  rosebud57   May-16-08 08:59 PM   #63 
     - Are you saying that all or most hillary supporters are going to vote  movonne   May-16-08 10:22 PM   #100 
        - in a close race (which the battleground states usually are) it could make a difference. nt  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 04:01 AM   #152 
  - Um isn't this a state's rights issue?  Lucky 13   May-16-08 07:40 PM   #26 
  - Here's the deal with the Washington state Democratic primary: It is completely USELESS.  newmajority   May-16-08 07:41 PM   #27 
  - Nothing is more annoying than a substance argument masquerading as a process argument.  latinolatteliberal   May-16-08 07:46 PM   #30 
  - It sounds like you, too, would enjoy my post where I take a chainsaw to Op MindCrime  jsmirman   May-16-08 07:50 PM   #34 
     - You have quite a high opinion of yourself. n/t  zlt234   May-16-08 08:14 PM   #46 
  - Maybe you should have brought this up before Hillary started losing them.  PM7nj   May-16-08 07:49 PM   #32 
  - ## DON'T DONATE TO DEMOCRATIC UNDERGROUND! ##  DU GrovelBot   May-16-08 07:49 PM   #33 
  - You can run, but you cannot hide Evil GrovelBot!  Swamp Rat   May-16-08 11:19 PM   #116 
  - I'll take transparent representation by citizens over electronic voting any day!!  MarjorieG   May-16-08 07:51 PM   #35 
  - Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance. Most Hillary supporters  ecdab   May-16-08 07:55 PM   #36 
  - Thanks for the informative post. The truth be told!  kikiek   May-16-08 07:55 PM   #37 
  - Yeah truth be told if the rules were different Hillary might be winning  walldude   May-16-08 09:41 PM   #88 
     - And if Obama gets it the weaker candidate will be in the GE and a sure loser.  kikiek   May-16-08 09:49 PM   #97 
        - And what makes you think hillary is not the weaker candidate..her  movonne   May-16-08 10:29 PM   #101 
        - In your opinion..  walldude   May-16-08 11:17 PM   #115 
  - Washington voters skipped the primary because they didn't count, and we had already voted.  Diane R   May-16-08 08:06 PM   #38 
  - the scary thing is that this is where a lot of O's winning margin has come from; that and red states  VotesForWomen   May-16-08 08:06 PM   #39 
  - And WV and KY aren't red states?  anonymous171   May-16-08 08:08 PM   #41 
     - certainly they are, and i wouldn't use Clinton's victories there to make the case for her. her vict  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 04:04 AM   #153 
  - in summary  mkultra   May-16-08 08:07 PM   #40 
  - Caucuses would be fine with you guys if she had done  Erin Elizabeth   May-16-08 08:08 PM   #43 
  - Not true - but I will agree that I'd like to see Texas change their  TBF   May-16-08 08:11 PM   #44 
  - Exactly!  Malidictus Maximus   May-17-08 03:37 AM   #141 
  - Let's assume for the moment you're correct  JeffR   May-16-08 08:13 PM   #45 
  - I agree with you that the Caucuses have been said and done and were agreed to and we should not try  musicblind   May-16-08 08:37 PM   #56 
     - You make very good sense here. Points well taken..  JeffR   May-16-08 09:52 PM   #98 
        - very good response, thank you  musicblind   May-17-08 12:08 AM   #122 
           - Very good point  JeffR   May-17-08 12:07 PM   #166 
  - Close the barn door!  Mooney   May-16-08 08:15 PM   #47 
  - Looking at the posters here  Condem   May-16-08 08:15 PM   #48 
  - EF.  RUMMYisFROSTED   May-16-08 08:21 PM   #50 
  - A point to ponder...  hayu_lol   May-16-08 08:36 PM   #55 
     - Another point to ponder, hayu  Condem   May-16-08 08:38 PM   #57 
     - I live in a caucus state.  RUMMYisFROSTED   May-16-08 08:59 PM   #62 
        - Thank you, Rummy  Condem   May-16-08 09:03 PM   #64 
           - It goes without saying that it should be a paid day off, too.  RUMMYisFROSTED   May-16-08 09:22 PM   #69 
              - Agreed.  Condem   May-16-08 09:23 PM   #70 
  - Primaries are passive bullshit contests that encourage passive citizenship  eridani   May-16-08 08:32 PM   #52 
  - The fuckin nail, eridani. Well put.  Condem   May-16-08 08:35 PM   #54 
  - tell you what, why don't we just do away with secret ballots? nt  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 04:05 AM   #154 
     - The primary process is about campaigning for a preferred candidiate  eridani   May-17-08 06:11 AM   #162 
  - Want to know how Clinton handled the WA state caucuses?  eridani   May-16-08 08:40 PM   #58 
  - Want to know how she handled the Iowa caucuses?  Condem   May-16-08 08:51 PM   #59 
  - caucuses don't reflect how the general public votes  HuffleClaw   May-16-08 08:56 PM   #60 
  - No voting machines, either. Head on over to MYDD, Huffle.  Condem   May-16-08 08:58 PM   #61 
  - what is MYDD ? n/t  HuffleClaw   May-17-08 04:23 PM   #168 
  - go back and cry to your buddies on Hillary's conference call. WAHHHHHH.  NormaR   May-17-08 12:14 AM   #125 
  - i don't support her either n/t  HuffleClaw   May-17-08 04:22 PM   #167 
  - They reflect who doorbellers and phonebankers are willing to work for  eridani   May-17-08 01:36 AM   #126 
  - While I can name 100 things wrong with caucusses  Gore1FL   May-16-08 09:09 PM   #65 
  - And, she never will.  Condem   May-16-08 09:10 PM   #66 
  - little late to complain is`t it...  madrchsod   May-16-08 09:12 PM   #67 
  - Why are you whining about something that is perfectly legal?  SeattleGirl   May-16-08 09:19 PM   #68 
  - Now that's interesting.......  newmajority   May-16-08 09:46 PM   #93 
  - people have been writing about this for months  paulk   May-16-08 09:43 PM   #89 
  - Hillary called caucuses "wonderful tradition" before she lost!  TwoSparkles   May-16-08 10:50 PM   #110 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-16-08 09:31 PM   #74 
  - My 1000th post  Condem   May-16-08 09:33 PM   #78 
  - So you're confirmed as Hillary staff, you know that right?  Wolsh   May-16-08 09:32 PM   #75 
  - you really need to embrace reality. obamas our guy. accept it. love it.  goletian   May-16-08 09:33 PM   #76 
  - YOU ARE BUSTED.  NormaR   May-16-08 09:36 PM   #81 
  - Methinks sunonmars is long gone, NormaR.  Condem   May-16-08 09:39 PM   #83 
     - a coward and a liar  NormaR   May-16-08 09:43 PM   #90 
        - We will hope to have the bulk of them for the GE.  Condem   May-16-08 09:47 PM   #94 
  - LMFAO.. So if the rules were different Hillary would be winning  walldude   May-16-08 09:40 PM   #84 
  - That's why it needs to go to the Convention  OzarkDem   May-16-08 09:40 PM   #86 
  - Don't worry. It won't. This will all be over in a few weeks.  GarbagemanLB   May-16-08 09:46 PM   #92 
  - Deleted sub-thread  Name removed   May-16-08 09:48 PM   #96 
  - Why in God's name would you want this to go to the convention..I'm  movonne   May-16-08 10:43 PM   #103 
  - You do realize that the Convention....  bvar22   May-16-08 10:52 PM   #111 
  - right--take it the convention  rodeodance   May-16-08 11:00 PM   #114 
  - How 'bout you try holdin your breathe until that happens  TheDonkey   May-17-08 03:40 AM   #142 
  - I know from experience. They are  DemocratKR   May-16-08 09:41 PM   #87 
  - The problem with your (il)logic is  quaker bill   May-16-08 09:47 PM   #95 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   May-16-08 10:06 PM   #99 
  - I second what you said...  movonne   May-16-08 10:45 PM   #105 
     - And I Third it.  bvar22   May-16-08 10:59 PM   #113 
  - Well, aren't you an obedient little blogger for Hillary...Do you get your cookie now?  Oregonian   May-16-08 10:48 PM   #107 
  - by the hour or by the thread I wonder  Endangered Specie   May-17-08 01:46 AM   #130 
  - Before she lost, Hill said caucuses were "wonderful tradition."  TwoSparkles   May-16-08 10:49 PM   #108 
  - I wonder if that might need it's own thread  donheld   May-17-08 01:52 AM   #134 
  - A sad and pitiable post.  krkaufman   May-16-08 10:49 PM   #109 
  - Look we were told to go to caucus and that the primary  marlakay   May-16-08 10:55 PM   #112 
  - "It's quite evident that" you were on HRC's conference call today  AZBlue   May-16-08 11:21 PM   #117 
  - Have you ever participated in a caucus?  Generic Brad   May-16-08 11:33 PM   #119 
  - Caucuses represent about 2% of the total voter and have been seriously  candice   May-16-08 11:52 PM   #120 
  - If you have evidence of voter fraud during the caucuses, please report it  NewHampshireDem   May-17-08 12:02 AM   #121 
  - How DARE you come here and FUCKING LIE TO US LIKE THIS! HOW DARE YOU!!!  NormaR   May-17-08 12:10 AM   #123 
  - oh stfu, you shrill, you cant take that your boy is a cheat and got busted doing it.  sunonmars   May-17-08 03:15 AM   #136 
     - Your candidate lost because she didn't have a good strategy. Now all you have is lies.  anigbrowl   May-17-08 04:00 AM   #151 
  - They represent people who want to doorbell and phonebank for a candidate  eridani   May-17-08 01:42 AM   #127 
  - Sore Loser...  Endangered Specie   May-17-08 01:47 AM   #132 
  - BULLSHIT. Clinton lost caucuses because she has no support among the grassroots  TheDonkey   May-17-08 03:29 AM   #138 
  - She could have built support among the grassroots if she wanted too  Hippo_Tron   May-17-08 03:47 AM   #144 
  - what you said. nt  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 04:09 AM   #156 
  - WAAAAHHHH WAAAAAHHHH WAAAAHHHH!!!!  Endangered Specie   May-17-08 01:43 AM   #128 
  - Amen  unlawflcombatnt   May-17-08 01:47 AM   #131 
  - Hope you get paid as much as the OP.  Endangered Specie   May-17-08 01:48 AM   #133 
  - GET LOST  TheDonkey   May-17-08 03:32 AM   #139 
  - And yet every president since George Washington has been fine with them  bhikkhu   May-17-08 01:58 AM   #135 
  - If there were no caucuses Obama would have run a different strategy  Hippo_Tron   May-17-08 03:41 AM   #143 
  - And he still would have won  ninja8590   May-17-08 03:53 AM   #146 
  - Maybe he would have maybe he wouldn't have  Hippo_Tron   May-17-08 03:59 AM   #149 
  - Oh yea and btw, welcome to DU  Hippo_Tron   May-17-08 04:08 AM   #155 
  - i hope he's got a 'different strategy' ready for the GE, cuz he's gonna need one. nt  VotesForWomen   May-17-08 04:10 AM   #157 
     - Everybody has a different strategy for the primaries and the GE  Hippo_Tron   May-17-08 04:17 AM   #159 
  - Good analysis.  susankh4   May-17-08 04:26 AM   #160 
  - I disagree  MaineDem   May-17-08 05:11 AM   #161 
  - Hillary loved the Caucuses, until she got her ass handed to her!  workinclasszero   May-17-08 06:33 AM   #163 
  - I just got back from WA CD caucus held today  d.amber   May-17-08 05:21 PM   #169 
  - All that time in politics, and now Hillary complains?  Starbucks Anarchist   May-17-08 05:25 PM   #171 
  - You need to write those states and complain, to get them to change their methods, then.  indie_ana_500   May-17-08 05:28 PM   #173 
  - I skipped my WA primary because I knew it wouldn't count. So did many others.  anonymous171   May-17-08 05:33 PM   #174 
  - Clinton frames her position around where she is in this race.  Life Long Dem   May-17-08 06:02 PM   #175 
  - Primaries are superficial.  Xap   May-17-08 07:47 PM   #178 

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