Tuesday, March 04, 2008


I think Clinton is gonna win both Texas and Ohio.

And, the huge state of Rhode Island.

oh oh oh my god.


Blogger m. cacioppo said...

looks like i will be getting no sleep tonight. i am far too busy clicking refresh every 30 seconds on cnn.com! and flipping through all the silly news networks.


10:25 PM  
Anonymous Lez Zorba said...

Patience is a virtue. Ohio goes to Clinton!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Texas remains iffy but this campaign is going to continue. She can't drop out now. Too much momentum gained in the last three days.

FDR was in a pickle for days before winning the nomination. Lots of split allegiances and political shenanigans. Pay close attention... this is gonna be absolutely brilliant and will have a reviving effect on the American electorate.

10:58 PM  
Blogger m. cacioppo said...


11:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have to say that i'm suffering from the same ailment. refresh every 30 seconds.

11:02 PM  
Blogger Sara said...

NO NO NO , Clinton is winning and HELLO????

all done

whine whine whine.

Clinton sweeps. big sweep. done.

11:08 PM  
Blogger Sara said...

she won texas and ohio...

let's read the lines for what they are... and the reality is CLINTON KICKED HIS ASS

11:10 PM  
Blogger m. cacioppo said...

thank you sara, she did kick ass, against all of the media odds, the pundits, the talkingheads, the obama 'momentum' hype... and she withstood it and took a nice lead in ohio and is keeping it close.. never had a chance to skate by like obama, the woman is a fighter.

they gotta give her that.

why can't obama lock it up, huh? i think i know why. lets hope the remaining states can wake up.

11:28 PM  
Blogger Ulla said...

Congrats. But you do know, I suppose, that if you get your way, McCain will be your president?

2:29 AM  
Blogger Sara said...

no ulla... did you hear the statistic last night that 25% of Clinton voters would not vote for Obama, but rather would vote for mccain?

I think it's the other way around.

And now it seems, it might be time for clinton to offer obama the VP slot.

6:44 AM  
Blogger phil_in_ny said...


7:06 AM  
Blogger Sue J said...

And now it seems, it might be time for clinton to offer obama the VP slot.

Oh man, wouldn't that be great to see!

7:40 AM  
Blogger Ulla said...

That must be all the republicans turning out on Limbaughs bidding... Surely, they cannot be democrats.
Or maybe they just like their politics divisive and bitter.

10:38 AM  
Blogger Sara said...

welcome to democracy in america, ulla.

it is going to get incredibly ugly from this point on. yesterday, on a netroots list, Clinton was accused of making obama "darker" in a commerical.

an accusation that was retracted a few hours later.

then, pam spaulding- who I deeply respect and admire- wrote that clinton spporters would not support obama, that they were so intent on their candidate, they would vote for mccain instead.

which is utter crap. and I've found obama supporters willing to... uh.. falsely accuse Clinton herself of standing over someone photoshoping the ad, Darker! darker!

ugly. it's going to get really ugly.

6:29 AM  

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