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texshelters Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-08-08 07:17 PM
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How is the Clinton campaign going to spin this one
Clinton lost Wyoming and now Obama has won twice as many states as Clinton. How is Clinton's campaign going to spin this one?

"Oh, Wyoming is a small state."

"We didn't expect to win."

"I win the big ones that count" (Obama will win most of those too against McCain

"We're moving on to Pennsylvania!"

Will the media play her campaigns spin incessantly? (Is using the pronouns "she" sexist?)

How will Senator Clinton take the nomination when it look like there are not enough delegates left for Clinton?

Two options: win Florida and Michigan by wide margins or steal them because she already "won". However, she almost lost to "no preference" in Michigan and was only on the ballot with Kucinich, and none of the other candidates made an appearance in campaigned in Florida. Yes, neither did Clinton, but the Senator has name recognition and had a head start because of all that "experience".

Or will he sway super delegates to her side.

Tex

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