The Worst Part of a Clinton Win

The worst part of Clinton winning Pennsylvania is now knowing that we’re going to continue to tear each other apart for at least two more weeks. It’s not the fact that John McCain is going to continue campaigning while his eventual opponent continues to get ripped to shreds by the other prospective opponent.

No. For me, the worst bit will be the bile that is produced from blogs such as this one, this one, and this one. Anyone care to take bets on the first one to actually write, “Nyah-nyah-nyah?”

Indeed, both Jeralyn and LJ have managed to come up with some stinkaroos and we don’t even have a full twenty percent reporting.

LJ:

WTF!! I have heard Bob Beckel (so-called Democratic strategist ) on Fox News and Chris “Tweety” Matthews on MSNBC declare the race over. Not the vote in Pennsylvania mind you. Hell, who gives a rat’s ass what people vote for. These media mavens have decided that Barack must be the nominee. When tonight is over Hillary will have crushed Barack. She will have a double digit victory. Despite such a commanding win, these media hacks seem content to ignore what voters have actually decided.

As Oliver Willis might say; scoreboard.

Which is something Jeralyn may need to look at when she’s determining what real victory in Pennsylvania should be. I mean, come on, she’s not new at this, she knows better.

What’s a win for Hillary in PA today? For me, it’s:

  • Coming in second only or primarily among African American and younger voters.
  • *sigh*

    Meanwhile, with 20% reporting, Hillary’s lead has gone back down to six percent. And I’m backing off of this for a while. I’ll be back in a few hours at the latest.

    7 Responses to “The Worst Part of a Clinton Win”

    1. Cee says:

      It has been called but Chuck Todd is reporting that many places aren’t counted. The numbers will change.

    2. Cappy says:

      Hi, you are the lucky recipient of my one visit to a Liberal blog this quarter. No change, I see. Well, bye now.

    3. Right, Cee, I just checked in at CNN, and right now Obama’s holding strong at 8 points down. That’s pretty solid, and definitely enough to continue to diminish Clinton’s chances at the nomination.

    4. tas says:

      Obama’s 10 points down now. And the same dynamic that took place in Ohio and Texas happened in PA: Obama just isn’t winning the rural vote. He wins in rural states, ironically enough, but.. I just don’t get it. Not right now. I think I need to sleep.

    5. Dynamic says:

      Hahahahaha, this is a gem from No Quarter: “We can’t let him BUY the election.”

      Raising record-breaking levels of cash in donations of 200$ or less is not buying the election.

    6. Okay, I’ll comment on both Tas and Dynamic’s statements when I get home tonight.

    7. DrGail says:

      Hey tas, I wonder how much of the loss in the rural areas is due to Limbaugh’s “Operation Chaos”? You have to expect that at least some of the folks who switched their registration from R to D so they could vote in the Democratic primary did so just to muck up the works.

      If that’s so, I wonder how Hillary would feel knowing that at least a significant part of her margin of victory was due to Repugs voting for her, not because they support her, but because they want to help McCain.

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