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nels25 Donating Member (636 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Feb-25-08 05:03 PM
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21. A couple of things to consider
my wife comes from Ohio.

Hillary has to win very big with the better part of a 25 point measure, that is unlikely to happen.

There is a significant african-american population in the Cleveland and Dayton area (I am not sure about Columbus of Cincinnati) which will help Barack.

In Columbus you have the main Ohio state campus, another chance for Obama to limit Hillary's vote total.

I am no expert, but I just can not see any way she can win with a big enough margin to regain the momentum needed to stop the Obama express.

Unless she absolutely savages Barack in tomorrows night debate (and that could engender a backlash if she goes to far) she is toast.

At least that IMHO.

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