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Thursday, May 01, 2008

Obama - Another Tri-State Super-delegate

Joe Andrew, a former Democratic National Committee Chairman from Indianapolis, announced today that he's switching his support from Sen. Hillary Clinton to Sen. Barack Obama.


Read more about Andrews' announcement HERE.


6 Comments:

at 2:47 PM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you guys going to start calling people from Gary, Indiana members of the tri-state area?

 
at 3:28 PM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about Baron Hill? He actually is from the tri-state and just came out the other day. He can't get a thread, but this jabroni from Indy can?

 
at 5:22 PM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Andrews is just angling to get Evan Bayh the potential VP nomination. Politics as usual.

 
at 10:35 PM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The point is that under the most basic and probably the fairest criteria — simply counting every state and U.S. possession where there was a legitimate primary or a caucus where popular votes were tallied — Obama will finish the primary season hundreds of thousands of votes ahead of Clinton.”

Steve Kornacki of The New York Observer

 
at 9:12 AM, May 02, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you add up ALL the votes, Hillary is the leader and should get the nod, but, if you disinfrangize the voters of Michigan and Florida (don't count these votes as the National Committee suggests of 10% of the nation) then Obama has the lead. What to do... what to do.

 
at 11:50 PM, May 02, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its a good thing we definitely wont be "disinfrangizing" anyone . . .

Dems will get overthemselves when they realize that its either Obama or McCain.
The we will have the first black U.S. President and he will be a good president and be re-elected with Reagan like margins.

 
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