Yeah, LOL, IT'S TIME FOR HILLARY TO DROP OUT!

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  1. pdxman

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    Clinton doubles lead in Pennsylvania:

    Clinton doubles lead in Pennsylvania - Yahoo! News



    Hillary Rodham Clinton has doubled her lead in Pennsylvania and now has a majority of Democrats’ support, according to a new poll out today.

    Hillary Clinton now leads Barack Obama 51 percent to 35 percent among likely Democratic primary voters, according to the Franklin and Marshall College Poll. In February, the same poll found that Clinton was ahead by half that margin, 44 percent to 37 percent.
     
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    I really don't understand all this stuff..
     
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    I just hope she gets her prostate checked. It's important. Whoops, my bad, that was another thread.
     
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    I can't remember, is Pennsylvania one of the few states that COUNT?.....and get your stats right..she leads among democrats in Pennsylvania and it is now impossible for her to catch up to Obama in Delegates. To do that she would need to win every one of the next 10 primaries with 61% of the vote to just pull even. Ain't gonna happen.
     
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    Then why is she still in it?..just for the hell of it? LOL,,,If she gets enough momentum and wins by impressive margins she can sway the super delegates,,,and as more "crap" comes out about Obama,,,its possible,,otherwise she would bow out now. Yeah LOL Pennsyvania is a state that doesn't count for S)hit!! Its only the sixth largest state by population in the US with a good cross section of voters. I guess that says nothing about Hillary's electability! LOL PLUs,,she can make the case that she won Michigan and Florida,,,WHICH SHE DID...
     
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    It ain't over until the flat lady sings.
     
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    Hilarious.

    In answer to the thread title...yes, despite what the breakdown of a couple hundred "likely" PA voters (out of a couple million) might have looked like before Obama gave his speech on race relations, it is indeed time for Hillary to drop out. Past time, in fact.
     
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    New and Now, are such transient terms, aren't they. Perhaps next time check the dates. :cool:

    Is there an egg on face emoticon?
     
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    It's interesting that you are all talking as if the whole race is down to these two. I think you'll find the top job will ultimately go to neither.............
     
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    As we say in the south, now that was just tacky! :tongue:
     
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    Right now, it's about a 50/50 proposition. I wouldn't be calling anything "ultimate" that has about the same odds as a coin flip.

    And this is right now. The bones from John McCain's closets haven't even begun being publicly exhumed and examined.
     
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    Workin' up a good pot of mad!
    It is so sad that a presidential race, in which most of us only control our individual vote, can cause people to turn themselves wrong side out. We dont have to make it personal or nasty. What will be will be .But using a presidential race to goad other members just isn't cool. It only builds ill will in an already delicate situation.
     
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    An observation for which I was called juvenile and silly. Let's hope you fare better.:cool:
     
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    I'm very pessimitic they ever will be. The New York Times attempted to do that a couple months ago and had to virtually retract the story of McCain and the female lobbyist.

    Reminds me of Dan Rather's story on Bush and how he evaded serving in Vietnam. That ended up with two producers being fired and Dan Rather resigning. I could be wrong but the message seems to be 'Leave Republican candidates alone'.
     
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    :haha: You're kidding, right? Factual, non-partisan underpinnings usually result in credible news articles.
     
  18. dong20

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    A gentle rattle. Nothing new though, I'm sure. Still, if recent threads are any indication, any minor religious affiliation can be blown out of all proportion.
     
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    Interesting. In that post dong stated:

    It was a criticism of system that thrives on division at a time when more division is the last thing the US needs.
    I recall very few non-Americans here, among just as few Americans, ever posting something as succinct an expression of concern and hope for America as that.
     
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    Here's a question. If Obama does win the Democratic nomination will he be able to win the presidency against the mud slinging might of the Republicans? Hillary has been a pussycat compared to what they'll stoop to.
     
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