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roseBudd Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun May-18-08 03:18 PM
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67. Hmm, skipped NC even though it was the same day as IN, biased much?
Oh that's right, black people don't work
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  -Hillary May be More Electable than Barack Obama... hnmnf  May-17-08 12:36 AM   #0 
  - I think she's both  ruggerson   May-17-08 12:38 AM   #1 
  - She is both... by a mile  Johnny Battleground   May-17-08 12:51 AM   #16 
  - ..  Window   May-17-08 07:08 AM   #39 
  - Wow, you're a whiner  sniffa   May-18-08 11:08 AM   #45 
  - Welcome, hope you enjoy your stay  bigbrother05   May-18-08 11:18 AM   #53 
  - $20 Million in Debt  otohara   May-18-08 11:21 AM   #54 
  - Good attitude. Two Democrats will always result in three opinions  anigbrowl   May-17-08 01:16 AM   #28 
  - She can't manage a primary campaign...  whistler162   May-17-08 01:30 AM   #29 
  - She asumed, and that killed her...  Johnny Battleground   May-18-08 11:04 AM   #44 
     - Two more days.  dchill   May-18-08 11:17 AM   #52 
  - I agree.  highplainsdem   May-18-08 12:38 PM   #62 
  - No thank you. I've seen how she's run her campaign.  Kittycat   May-17-08 12:41 AM   #2 
  - No thank you what?  hnmnf   May-17-08 12:42 AM   #3 
     - Responding to Ruggerson  Kittycat   May-17-08 12:50 AM   #12 
  - She seems more electable, but she's not. She's a democratic Nixon.  anonymous171   May-17-08 12:43 AM   #4 
  - You need to fix that  hnmnf   May-17-08 12:46 AM   #6 
  - You are right. But the media won't do that. He's their darling.  anonymous171   May-17-08 12:48 AM   #8 
  - Nah  MonkeyFunk   May-17-08 12:47 AM   #7 
     - It's time for HER to let go.  cliffordu   May-17-08 12:48 AM   #9 
     - They have a tough time with that one  ruggerson   May-17-08 12:49 AM   #11 
     - But she is not the winner of the primary. It's over  thunder rising   May-17-08 02:42 AM   #36 
     - I agree with you she is a very hard worker  liberaldem4ever   May-18-08 11:13 AM   #47 
     - I agree, MonkeyFunk. Some people want to keep this drama going.  EmilyAnne   May-18-08 03:18 PM   #68 
  - The better you run your campaign, the better your chances of being elected  4themind   May-17-08 12:46 AM   #5 
  - Then Obama should have David Axelrod and all his campaign gurus sitting  amandabeech   May-18-08 11:22 AM   #55 
  - But she isn't. She's been behind in pledged delegates since Iowa.  dailykoff   May-17-08 12:48 AM   #10 
  - First of all, I said she MAY be more electable`  hnmnf   May-17-08 12:50 AM   #13 
     - Look, in a two-person race, the loser didn't "maybe" win. SHE LOST.  dailykoff   May-17-08 12:59 AM   #22 
  - The Democratic Party should be able to get Bernie Lomax elected this year.  TahitiNut   May-17-08 12:51 AM   #14 
  - They are both great.  ccharles000   May-17-08 12:51 AM   #15 
  - With the election only 5 months plus several days maybe someone  BenDavid   May-17-08 12:52 AM   #17 
  - I dont really care that he lost by 15,000 votes in Indiana  hnmnf   May-17-08 12:54 AM   #18 
  - In PA they are both polling ahead of McCain.  anonymous171   May-17-08 12:55 AM   #19 
  - I agree  4themind   May-17-08 12:57 AM   #20 
  - Hmm, skipped NC even though it was the same day as IN, biased much?  rosebud57   May-18-08 03:18 PM   #67 
  - In what ways is it clear that Obama would be a far superior President?  Skip Intro   May-17-08 12:59 AM   #21 
  - Less Drama  anonymous171   May-17-08 01:00 AM   #23 
  - really, how?  Skip Intro   May-17-08 01:01 AM   #25 
  - Less drama ???  lumpy   May-17-08 01:44 AM   #32 
  - That is something I would like to know also. I guess some people  lumpy   May-17-08 01:43 AM   #31 
     - Obama has had eleven years of experience in the state legislature, and to tell how he would govern..  slinkerwink   May-18-08 11:09 AM   #46 
  - Hillary is less "electable"  quaker bill   May-17-08 01:00 AM   #24 
  - please consider making this an O.P. all of its own  4themind   May-17-08 01:04 AM   #26 
  - I disagree.......  FrenchieCat   May-17-08 01:10 AM   #27 
  - well said  dana_b   May-18-08 11:44 AM   #59 
  - If she was more electable, she'd be the nominee ... end of story  NewHampshireDem   May-17-08 01:34 AM   #30 
  - The nominating precess at the convention will be interesting indeed.  rodeodance   May-17-08 01:56 AM   #35 
  - She didn't get organized in the caucus states.  amandabeech   May-18-08 11:28 AM   #56 
  - ## DON'T DONATE TO DEMOCRATIC UNDERGROUND! ##  DU GrovelBot   May-17-08 01:44 AM   #33 
  - She's neither more electable or a better presidential candidate.  Political Heretic   May-17-08 01:44 AM   #34 
  - If Clinton was the frontrunner, she would be getting smeared by the right wing and the media right  Pushed To The Left   May-17-08 02:46 AM   #37 
  - Clinton is McCain's ONLY chance at winning..  symbolman   May-17-08 03:04 AM   #38 
  - Either is as electable, since both will be working together within a few months.  Orsino   May-17-08 07:28 AM   #40 
  - If we accept the Clinton Camp's assertion that there's more sexism than racism  crankychatter   May-17-08 07:36 AM   #41 
  - Just another one of their double standards  dansolo   May-18-08 12:31 PM   #61 
  - I just don't see it that way  shadowknows69   May-17-08 07:37 AM   #42 
  - If she was more electable she would be winning .....  kevinmc   May-17-08 07:44 AM   #43 
  - Stop making sense!  dchill   May-18-08 11:14 AM   #48 
  - She has the highest negatives of any candidate to ever run for president for any party  Johnny__Motown   May-18-08 11:15 AM   #49 
  - who would diebold chose?  mdmc   May-18-08 11:15 AM   #50 
  - Hillary is definitely not more electable. I can talk folks into supporting Obama who currently don't  w4rma   May-18-08 11:16 AM   #51 
  - Electable?  suston96   May-18-08 11:31 AM   #57 
  - What is the purpose of threads like this?  thewiseguy   May-18-08 11:33 AM   #58 
  - I don't where you get that from considering hilary's negatives.  zidzi   May-18-08 11:48 AM   #60 
  - If she can't beat Obama, she can't win ergo she's not electable.  AtomicKitten   May-18-08 12:45 PM   #63 
  - I don't believe Hillary's more electable  catgirl   May-18-08 03:13 PM   #64 
  - She's not. She's completely unelectable.  BlooInBloo   May-18-08 03:15 PM   #65 
  - Hillary made herself unelectable with her lies we call Snipergate, honesty & integrity are important  rosebud57   May-18-08 03:16 PM   #66 

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