From sniper fire to nomination chances: Hillary Clinton's grasp of reality

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hillary clinton

for the record: over 1630 delegates won or pledged-over 15 million votes won, not counting Florida, 1st woman to win a major political parties primary (New Hampshire) Counted out repeatedly by numerous media outlets. Bashed daily by msnbc and the obama boys ( Chris, Keith, Chuck and Howard F.) Has won almost every key-big state and in the past fews days received endorsements from NC and PA superdelegates. Endorsed by Gen Hugh Shelton, former chair of the joint chiefs. And endorsed by the former Gov of West Virginia. HRC has huge leads in WV and Kentucky, Montana and Pureto Rico. Oregon is tied and John Edwards has yet to endorse-pledge his 80 delegates to another candidate. I like Sen Obama but I do not think he can be elected. It won't be easy for Hillary either. This election will come to the same 2 states it did in 2000-2004, Florida and Ohio. The Dems need both for the Whitehouse. Altho, Hillary is more-will be more competitive in Texas West Vir, and Kentucky this fall than Obama.

This fall is no time to send in the rookie. It requires a heavy bat and weighted resume, both those are Hillary Clinton

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Posted by david stewart (not verified) on 10 May 2008 - 9:56am
if she's so good

why can't she close the deal? Losing by every measure is hardly a sign of a winner?

Did Rush send you out to the blogs with talking points?

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Posted by Dorothy (not verified) on 11 May 2008 - 7:44am
I totally agree with this

I totally agree with this persons opinion. I'm not saying obama would be a bad president I just feel that Clinton has way more experience. In reference to this article Clinton knows more people ivolved in politics than Obama. She has reference to many of her people that have worked with her.
*Vanessa C.

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Posted by Vanessa C. (not verified) on 12 May 2008 - 6:30pm