Time for a third results live blog. It's below the fold and will start momentarily.
Make a new
We will change this country? EEK!
Let's change our policies, our country and the constitution that governs it is the best.I do NOT want to change that!
I want our country to become more collaborative, within boundaries and conditions that assure world peace. I want to raise up the underprivileged not only in our country, but around the globe. Hillary will address the needs to achieve world peace because she knows that we need to take care of our children first. She is the one that will get us there.
Posted this again because I thought it was worth it!
Let's hope the spread increases. I think she'll need more than 185,000.
The big question is what's up with Chester and Montco right now - no results from one and only one dump from the other.
Obama does not have very widespread support. . .
"Won't Back Down!!!"
Northern Lights and
Ashes are Burning for some of that incredible vocal range.
I just love Renaissance. Have them on vinyl somewhere..LOL
I love Rendell BTW.
Best to you, too, as you deal with your health issues...
Nutter did Hillary well: the Philly margin for Obama wasn't what he needed.
I caught some of Obama's nasty, negative speech. I changed the channel back to hockey. Funny way to act for a guy who supposedly has this whole thing locked up thanks to "delegate math."
It's no surprise to me when they led the mississippi primary with an op-ed on the 3-am ad having KKK similarities.
It's amazing how calling on Obama's disdainful remarks, lies (about oil money for ex), or his questionable associations is negative but bombarding HRC with the Bosnia flap for weeks and weeks in okay.
It's sad to see the NYT becoming so un-professional.
My take: bye bye Times.
Here's the link
Comments are badly skewed too, must have hit kos/facebook/etc.
Reminds me of when they interfered on the day of the mississippi primary.
Link here for the KKK-3am comparison
He'll say anything in a public forum to discredit Clinton in any way he can. The GOP wants to run against Obama.
His statement on this matter is ludicrous.
Results Thread #7
Tue Apr 22, 2008 at 06:26:23 PM PDT
How desperate is the Clinton campaign for cash? Terry McAuliffe just plugged HillaryClinton.com.
Go there, and it forwards straight to a fundraising page. Of course for the campaign that thinks it's "more electable", being broke doesn't look so hot.
21% precincts reporting.
Clinton 54 28
Obama 46 19
Update: We still don't know how big the margin will be, so we can't yet analyze pollster performance. But boy does PPP have egg on its face!
I wonder why it never occurs to them that all the money in the world doesn't help sell their guy to middle America.
My amusement was more from the blame he heaped on PPP's poll for making him a fool in his own predictions, never once considering that Hillary was gonna beat Obama by 10%
I have to admire Kos for putting partisanship ahead of his own credibility...at least he's consistent.
Can we nominate you for a special award?? What could it be? Are blogs a recognized form of news/media yet? I am so behind the times...
You both get the Patriot and true Democrat Award from me. I am but a humble American though... I could not begin to reward you with the credit you deserve. Please accept my appreciation.
I will tell everyone I know to visit Talk Left! You have provided a vital community service to us all.
My humblest thanks!
I can see the actual numbers online, but I want to know how they are labeling the turnout. Light? Heavy? Record breaking?
District of Columbia 44.48%
New York 35.44%
New Mexico 28.42%
4.2 million registered dems in PA so that would be 1.7 million if the are average or 1.75 million for median. 2 million would be approx 47.62% turnout.
If you include FL and MI (estimate) that makes her almost tied accord to realclearpolitics estimates. If you just include florida she'd be down by 270
Chester goes to Hillary. IMO. Mont Co going to Hillary won't surprise me.
As an Obama supporter, a loss is disappointing, but if he keeps it under 10, that's pretty good damage control, and an improvement over Ohio.
Because there are no facts, there is no truth, Just data to be manipulated
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My guess is also that if people are indeed influenced by yard signs and bumper stickers, women for Hillary led the charge. It's subtle organizing but it is organizing. Women are good political allies. Don't forget this OFB.
Alice and I are through the looking glass when Faux News are my peeps! ;-). But they weren't looking like funeral goers, so it was easier to watch them.
Yes, and all the talk on CNN about dividing the party. Yep, votes split right down the middle definitely divide the party. But who shale we blame? Those pesky voters?
Basically, at what point did her lead increase from 8 to 10?
Today they condemn hillary for being responsible for the negative campaigning and ignore the long record of Obama surrogates branding the clintons racist.
They are going right where their new-found money is--the dailykos/facebook face of the democratic party that spams their blogs and generates ad revenues.