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JeaneRaye

(403 posts)
4. Yes!
Wed Mar 23, 2016, 11:35 AM
Mar 2016

And excuse me for the cynicism, but I can't help but think that the media would have called it much earlier if Hillary had been ahead. Hell... he won both Utah and Idaho by about 80%! The media couldn't tell which way it was heading much earlier? Reminds me of Maine. They just swept the results of that one under the rug and pretended it hadn't happened. And it probably worked for a lot of people. I forgot all about the Maine primary until someone brought it up about a week after the fact. And it also sucks that they keep adding in the superdelegate count with the actual pledged delegates. It gives the masses of people who aren't quite as informed about politics the impression that Bernie can never catch up to Hillary. This is just so wrong.

SANDERS WON LAST NIGHT! Beat her 2 states to 1, and gained 15 delegates. Peace Patriot Mar 2016 #1
Yep...The bluest skies you've ever seen are in Seattle... JimDandy Mar 2016 #2
Good news for the morning! FailureToCommunicate Mar 2016 #3
Yes! JeaneRaye Mar 2016 #4
true, or perhaps they were literally in disbelief LOLz!!! tomm2thumbs Mar 2016 #7
We out did ourselves libodem Mar 2016 #5
zoiks! tomm2thumbs Mar 2016 #6
We got there early libodem Mar 2016 #8
When is an 80 to 20 split "too early to call"? GreatGazoo Mar 2016 #9
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