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Obama Win Appears Big In Texas Delegate Battle

Obama Win Appears Big In Texas Delegate Battle

Commented Mar 31, 2008 at 14:18:35 in Politics

“I just need to reiterate in Texas and Ohio, Republicans reported they voted for Hillary per Rush's suggestion in those respective primaries. I think the numbers were like over 100,000 in Texas, and over 60,000 in Ohio. I do not understand why the MSM media or the TV networks did not make this story a big one. So technically, Barack did win Texas according to delegates, and would have won the popular vote if Republicans, who admitted they were strategically voting for Hillary, did not vote for Hillary. In my newspaper, several Republicans stated they voted for Hillary in the primary but would vote for John in the general election. So the numbers are distorted, and its' concerning because if Hillary is the Democratic nominee, she will lose Texas. Whereas, if Barack is the nominee, he does have a strong chance of winning Texas.”

keir on Mar 31, 2008 at 17:37:21

“That is what is good about the Texas two step...if some republican tried to vote in the caucus they may give up...if they come back for the Texas convention...they will not holds out the hours it takes.”

ltfHusseincrazy on Mar 31, 2008 at 14:29:52

“It's all good. Hillary will shine light on any and all of Barack's weaknesses and he will learn from them and capitalize on them. By the time the Clinton campaign has finished their run, Obama will be untouchable. He will win by a landslide. I think that's what Hillary wanted to do ever since she lost in Iowa. It's all coming clear now!”
huffingtonpost entry

Clinton Owes Obama An Apology

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:54:07 in Politics

“Blame Augustus Caesar also known as Octavian. For two years before the battle of Actium, the real war was one of words against Mark Antony and Cleopatra. This last bit of free speech in the last days of the Roman Republic was the propaganda war against Mark Antony and Cleopatra.

Octavian and his political machine used negative attacks by focusing on the fears of the Romans that were quite supportive of Mark Antony. Octavian's attacks focused on morality, patriotism, and xenophobia. I am just amazed that a little over 2000 years since then we are repeating history.

Clinton has really used these tactics covertly to stir up voters fears concerning morality, patriotism, and xenophobia. So I believe that as the citizens of the United States that we should demand a clean election

I think most all of us can agree that we want to remain a democracy. In this election season, the Internet allows our voices to be "heard." I just want to turn the TV off.”
Obama Win Appears Big In Texas Delegate Battle

Obama Win Appears Big In Texas Delegate Battle

Commented Mar 31, 2008 at 14:18:35 in Politics

“I just need to reiterate in Texas and Ohio, Republicans reported they voted for Hillary per Rush's suggestion in those respective primaries. I think the numbers were like over 100,000 in Texas, and over 60,000 in Ohio. I do not understand why the MSM media or the TV networks did not make this story a big one. So technically, Barack did win Texas according to delegates, and would have won the popular vote if Republicans, who admitted they were strategically voting for Hillary, did not vote for Hillary. In my newspaper, several Republicans stated they voted for Hillary in the primary but would vote for John in the general election. So the numbers are distorted, and its' concerning because if Hillary is the Democratic nominee, she will lose Texas. Whereas, if Barack is the nominee, he does have a strong chance of winning Texas.”

keir on Mar 31, 2008 at 17:37:21

“That is what is good about the Texas two step...if some republican tried to vote in the caucus they may give up...if they come back for the Texas convention...they will not holds out the hours it takes.”

ltfHusseincrazy on Mar 31, 2008 at 14:29:52

“It's all good. Hillary will shine light on any and all of Barack's weaknesses and he will learn from them and capitalize on them. By the time the Clinton campaign has finished their run, Obama will be untouchable. He will win by a landslide. I think that's what Hillary wanted to do ever since she lost in Iowa. It's all coming clear now!”
huffingtonpost entry

Clinton Owes Obama An Apology

Commented Mar 27, 2008 at 17:54:07 in Politics

“Blame Augustus Caesar also known as Octavian. For two years before the battle of Actium, the real war was one of words against Mark Antony and Cleopatra. This last bit of free speech in the last days of the Roman Republic was the propaganda war against Mark Antony and Cleopatra.

Octavian and his political machine used negative attacks by focusing on the fears of the Romans that were quite supportive of Mark Antony. Octavian's attacks focused on morality, patriotism, and xenophobia. I am just amazed that a little over 2000 years since then we are repeating history.

Clinton has really used these tactics covertly to stir up voters fears concerning morality, patriotism, and xenophobia. So I believe that as the citizens of the United States that we should demand a clean election

I think most all of us can agree that we want to remain a democracy. In this election season, the Internet allows our voices to be "heard." I just want to turn the TV off.”