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Tuesday, March 04, 2008

"Yes she will. Yes she will."

Clinton supporters are cheering, "Yes she will. Yes she will," as CNN's Wolf Blitzer announces Sen. Clinton closing is on Sen. Obama in Texas, at 50 percent to 48 percent, and leading in Ohio, 57 to 41 percent.

And the live blues band plays, "Hang on Sloopy, Sloopy hang on. O-H-I-O, O-H-I-O."

There are about 400 people jammed into the Columbus Athenaeum now, anticipating Hillary Clinton's arrival.



at 11:02 PM, March 04, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hitlery! Hitlery! Hitlery!

Sieg heil! America uber alles!

at 11:22 PM, March 04, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Republicans in Ohio stationed at the polls encouraged voters not to vote Republican but to take a Democratic ballot and vote for Clinton. In Cincinnati, Bill Cunningham instructed voters to do this on WLW radio all day. I called OH to report this and reported it to the State of Ohio Secretary.

Ohio be proud of yourself.. give us another Clinton and another impeachment.

There was voter fraud.

My county voted overwhemingly for Clinton but voted 84% Republican in the last primary.

McCain was not a factor so they helped him in November by getting rid of Obama.

Dirty politics did not help either

at 12:55 AM, March 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...


And now for the facts:

They encouraged everyone to vote for Obama because wRong wingnut whackos are racist !

That is why Obama beat Hillary in Hamilton County !

PATHETIC 'family values' !


at 2:58 AM, March 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Facts are Obama won Ham Co because of support of broad coaliton of voters, not the narrow-minded bigots and the special interests kow-towing to Queen Hillary.
Peter Paul wins the day. Party at the Chesleys

at 9:22 AM, March 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

thanks to the vast right wing conspiracy,Hillary won Ohio yesterday.
the conspiracy? republicans crossing over en masse to vote for her to keep the democrats at each others throats.

at 2:58 PM, March 05, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

democRATS love to play games at the polls when it affects Republicans, but not when it's done to them. Go ahead and call the secretary of state, you moron. Bill Cunningham just gave Hillary the state of Ohio and there's nothing that you can do about it. HA_HA_HA!!!

at 6:23 PM, March 10, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually the moron with a double digit IQ who thinks calling the Secretary of State a waste of time may be in for a surprise. I also called the Secretary of State and spoke with an attorney there. Apparently, attorneys including the one at the Secretary of State's office are requesting the 3700 signed statements by Republicans in Clermont County stating they were changing to the Democratic party and would support its values. Signing this statement under false pretenses is fraud and can be prosecuted. So maybe the moron who was laughing will end up prosecuted along with the all time great moron Bill Cunningham. I'm just glad most of the morons seem to belong to the Repuclican Party.

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