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Wednesday, March 19, 2008


Okay...bring on the Clintons

Ah, me.

Obama is a gonna. I had only hoped that he could hang around long enough to beat Ms. Rodham for all of us. But alas...not so. The man behind the curtain has been exposed:






and...Here.
I really wish he had eeked his way into the general election. But it seems we will now have to deal with dame Rodham. Too bad.

7 Comments:

Blogger stewdog said...

Nonsense, WD. He all but has this locked up. No way can she make up the difference unless the super delegates steal it for her. . and short of news of him with a Sheep, that ain't gonna happen. He is going to go up against McCain as a bit of a wounded duck.
Of the 2 Democrats, I would prefer him as the weaker candidate, but suffer her before him sitting in the White House. Both of these socialists make me shudder. Is this the best the Dems can come up with?

March 19, 2008 4:52 PM  
Blogger Wonderdog said...

SD, she's gonna win it. His star is falling like an American Idol wanna be.

He's an afrocentrist, anti-american. He speaks eloquently and acts perniciously.

John McCain help us.

I can't believe I just said that.

March 19, 2008 6:04 PM  
Blogger stewdog said...

Do the math, fuzzbutt. There is no way, absent a major scandal, that she can catch him in delegates. And this isn't a major scandal. I'm sure most of his supporters feel that he has put this behind him now.

March 19, 2008 6:22 PM  
Blogger Kate Marie said...

Stewdog, it's also mathmatically very unlikely that Obama can get the required number of delegates for winning the nomination outright, either. The Democrats have included the superdelegates as part of their nominating process, so if Hillary wins with the superdelegates it's not technically stealing -- though it's bound to lead to a lot of rancor.

Right now, I'm just enjoying the show, though I have almost come around to WD's view that Obama will likely end up being the weaker candidate against McCain.

As for the Wright thing, you're probably correct that most of Obama's core followers don't care about it, but the question is whether so-called "independents" care about it, and my sense is that they do.

March 20, 2008 1:51 PM  
Blogger Tempelton Peck said...

I believe I saw a poll this morning on the tube as I was getting ready for work that Obama was indeed the stronger candidate against McCain...by about 6% I believe..

March 20, 2008 3:51 PM  
Blogger Kate Marie said...

Temp, I don't put much faith in polling this far out, but are you referring to the poll that had *both* Democratic candidates trailing McCain? :)

March 20, 2008 5:44 PM  
Blogger Tempelton Peck said...

I indeed am KM. Both Obama and Hillary are behind Sen.McCain in these polls that I agree with you, are not something that I think hold much water at this point. Way too early.

March 21, 2008 9:07 PM  

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