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  1.    #1  
    This is now DONE!

    Time to move on to McCain.

    finally
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    Whatever ...
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    I agree, Da. It's been over for awhile, but she's gotta be done now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinner23 View Post
    I agree, Da. It's been over for awhile, but she's gotta be done now.
    Nope; she just said, "On to the White House!!" on FoxNews.
    No problem should ever be solved twice.

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    After hearing her tonight, she is not done....

    She won't be done until she makes sure NO democrat will get into office in Nov.

    Hopefully she won't though....
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    Quote Originally Posted by theog View Post
    After hearing her tonight, she is not done....

    She won't be done until she makes sure NO democrat will get into office in Nov.
    I agree.
    No problem should ever be solved twice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BARYE View Post
    Whatever ...
    Come on BARYE. North Carolina erases PA and Indiana for Billary. The numbers are what they are.

    This is done. Let's shake hands and sit down over a beer and set our sights on McCain eh?
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    JUST WENT Clinton 51% To Obama 49%!!!

    If we wake up to a Billary LOSS in Indiana should she concede?
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    What is fascinating is how obama weathered the Rev Wright issue, "bitter" comments, and PA to kick the wind out of hillary.

    I think Rove (Yes, the puppet master for Bush) is right... don't attack obama if you want to win in Nov.

    Then again, I also think that the people kicking dust up about (for example) rev wright would never vote for obama anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theog View Post
    What is fascinating is how obama weathered the Rev Wright issue, "bitter" comments, and PA to kick the wind out of hillary.

    I think Rove (Yes, the puppet master for Bush) is right... don't attack obama if you want to win in Nov.
    The hilarious thing is a major Religious Right endorser of McCain, which McCain accepted, John Hagee, is a freaking lunatic!
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    Quote Originally Posted by daThomas View Post
    The hilarious thing is a major Religious Right endorser of McCain, which McCain accepted, John Hagee, is a freaking lunatic!
    Mccain has a couple of ties to religious "leaders." I've alluded to them in the and to the connection to religious leaders in the republican party in general. It will all start to come out, unfortunately. But, of course, the republicans who spin this crap, will leave an out for McCain, so it does not matter.

    Mccain wants to run a "clean" campaign because he can't and won't win if it goes dirty. Everyone talks of obama getting "hammered" in the general, but mccain has serious issues in his own right. Plus he is not exactly loved in his own party. I went out today in strong republican territory, and no one seemed to overwhelmed by mccain like they were bush years ago. It is really strange.

    The only strong comment I received was from an OLD republican lady (not that old, in her 60s) who said mccain was much too old to be president. Gasping for air, I was a bit speechless for a second. Mccain has some serious issues that he needs to address before nov.
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    What's scarier is that w/o Rush's Caos strategy, Hilary wouldn't have one Indiana. She squeaked by with the votes of switched Republicans (temporary Democrats or spoilers).
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdhu2001 View Post
    What's scarier is that w/o Rush's Caos strategy, Hilary wouldn't have one Indiana. She squeaked by with the votes of switched Republicans (temporary Democrats or spoilers).
    You are giving him WAY too much credit.

    Rush does not have an impact either which way or the other.

    He is like a rain drop falling into the ocean thinking it is going to make a huge impact.

    Old Rush... what a guy... what a republican... what a hypocrite.
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    Hey, I am one Republican who wishes McCain where NOT the nominee. He is not a conservative in any manner at all. As for Rush, he does have an impact - many, many people listen to him on both sides of the isle. Ben
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    Quote Originally Posted by bclinger View Post
    Hey, I am one Republican who wishes McCain where NOT the nominee. He is not a conservative in any manner at all.
    Ok.....

    As for Rush, he does have an impact - many, many people listen to him on both sides of the isle.
    lol. Right...

    So you think he had an impact in Indiana?

    What happened in NC?

    The Grateful Dead would have a better chance at pulling off OC than RL... Sorry, that guy has no creed and no impact.
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    An impact in Indiana? to a degree yes. Have you been listening to his show recently? I would not say it is as apparent as Texas though. I am not a Rush fan, though there are times I do listen to him and yes, many on both sides listen to him. If you do not, try it some times. Another one to listen to is Mark Levine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bclinger View Post
    An impact in Indiana? to a degree yes.
    Well, to what degree? Do you think he helped her win?

    And what happened to NC?

    Have you been listening to his show recently?
    No more than I would watch the guy on TV with the huge clock around his neck... flavor flav!!!! I think even FF is above RL though.... FF is simply trying to pay for his grand kids to go through school. So he acts a fool on TV.... It is a joke and FF laughs at himself. (Would never watch FF show, but did read a short article about him.)

    RL takes himself way too seriously... and so do other people.

    I would not say it is as apparent as Texas though.
    Texas? Ben are you taking those same pills RL take?

    Obama won more delegates in TX than Hillary!

    Who is RL helping?

    You need to step up your game when you post here... maybe it is early in the morning for you or something... lol. I know you can do better.

    though there are times I do listen to him
    I know... you are a fan, and it shows. No biggie. Everyone needs something. This is the place you get your news since you don't watch TV.... cool... no biggie. It all comes together now!

    If you do not, try it some times.
    I did at one time. Long story short: The guy offers me nothing at this point in my life.
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    Original quote from theog:
    You are giving him WAY too much credit.

    Rush does not have an impact either which way or the other.

    He is like a rain drop falling into the ocean thinking it is going to make a huge impact.

    Old Rush... what a guy... what a republican... what a hypocrite.
    I'm quoting the statistics of Fox News channel. His Caos theory has sometimes hurt the Republicans in some of the primaries, because the Republicans who crossed over could not vote for other Republican candidates that were running for reelection. However, in this case, the statistic indicate there was an impact.

    Whether or not Hilary and her team will continue to fight, when they see the result were based on "spoilers" remains to be seen. Now if Hilary hadn't had a base of support in Indiana, it wouldn't have been possible.

    My concern is can either Democratic candidate win. Barak has been injured and people, including myself, don't trust Hilary. Prior to this race, I respected Hilary. Now I feel like she'll "say anything" to win. Come on: the gas tax. As an Economist, that was the lamest idea I've heard in a while.

    The obliterate comment I understood. People think women will be soft on war and she needed to point out that she wouldn't just wait to be attached, she'd help our allies. I don't think it would work that way in reality if she gets the job, but I'm still okay with the statement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdhu2001 View Post
    I'm quoting the statistics of Fox News channel.
    Sorry, I did not and do not see a source for your statement (ie link).

    His Caos theory has sometimes hurt the Republicans in some of the primaries, because the Republicans who crossed over could not vote for other Republican candidates that were running for reelection. However, in this case, the statistic indicate there was an impact.
    Where is this "statistic?"



    My concern is can either Democratic candidate win.
    At this point obama can win.

    Barak has been injured and people, including myself, don't trust Hilary.
    Hillary does not matter at this point. She is done.

    Now I feel like she'll "say anything" to win.
    Same as all policians. Although, she got caught in more than her fair share of lies. The sniper story hit her hard.

    The media did not come down on her hard, she made serious mistakes that cost her big throughout her campaign.

    Come on: the gas tax. As an Economist, that was the lamest idea I've heard in a while.
    I never did read her full plan... although I did read mccain's and it was a disaster.

    The obliterate comment I understood. People think women will be soft on war and she needed to point out that she wouldn't just wait to be attached, she'd help our allies. I don't think it would work that way in reality if she gets the job, but I'm still okay with the statement.
    She won't get the job. She is done... with a capital "D."
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    Quote Originally Posted by theog View Post
    ...No more than I would watch the guy on TV with the huge clock around his neck... flavor flav!!!! I think even FF is above RL though.... FF is simply trying to pay for his grand kids to go through school. So he acts a fool on TV.... It is a joke and FF laughs at himself. (Would never watch FF show, but did read a short article about him.)

    RL takes himself way too seriously... and so do other people. ...
    Very appropriate comparison. RL, like FF, is first and foremost and entertainer who knows what the audience enjoys and is willing to meet those expectations. And, I might add, RL is quite good at what he does.
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