Wednesday, March 05, 2008



Hillary was 11 down and did the unthinkable and brought Obama's momentum to a screeching halt. While both Clinton and Obama both have a long way to go to capture their party's nomination, the voter's were clear that they want this race to continue. Winning Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island despite being outspent by millions of dollars show the strength of Hillary Clinton and her campaign.

This is a huge comeback for Hillary Clinton and i am confident now more than ever, Hillary will be our party's nominee.

I also want to point out that my predictions for the primary (found below) were 100%


Anonymous said...

You said:

"the voter's were clear that they want this race to continue."

You mean the repug voters, right? Because this is not nescessarilly a good thing for your party.

Anonymous said...

BTW, she didn't win Vermont. It's not a screeching halt.

Anonymous said...

The media jumped the gun;Obama won the Texas caucuses. Obama is still ahead in delegates. Mmm screeching halt...not really. This shows the farce the media is. Nader for Prez.
She may have brought her eyeliner to a screeching halt, but that is another

Anonymous said...

If Hillary is so good at answering the phone in the middle of the night maybe Barrack can hire her as a telephone operator at the White House.

Anonymous said...

The Clintons will stop at nothing to win. They'll keep throwing the kitchen sink and it will probably work. What a shame. Obama offers fresh blood and hope. Sure, he's inexperienced, but who wants more experience like Hillary represents? Not me.

Anonymous said...

That was Hillary's last hurrah. After all her negative campaigning the best she could muster was a tie. Barack won more delegates in Texas, so Hillary didn't "win" Texas. The delegate count after last Tuesday's four primaries remained virtually the same. She's still counting on the old cronies and party poo-bahs in the form of superdelegates to put her over the top. I'm trying to contain my cynicism and hold onto my belief that they can't be so stupid as to go against the will of the rank and file. We'll see.