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fashionhore fashionhore 7 years
Woohoo for Wisconsonites for Obama! I was worried that Hillary would win the Dem. vote in Wisc. And Citizen, I didn't realize that was cheese until I read through the comments. It's looks a little strange, lol.
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 7 years
Yay, Obama! 10-0 to Obama!
Jillness Jillness 7 years
Soooo...I just watched a few minutes of Fox News's coverage. For defense of Obama's views from Sean Hannity, they had a woman whose credits, I kid you not, were..."Obama Supporter". WTF???? On MSNBC they at least have a campaign spokesman, or Senators, or someone with some sort of credibility speaking for each candidate. Not just for Obama, but for Hillary, McCain, Huckabee, etc. To have some random person with no credibility as their "expert" just makes the network seem 2nd rate and childish to me. More tabloid than factual. It is ok if they have their views, but when they don't even TRY to have a productive political discussion it makes them seem like a joke.
Jillness Jillness 7 years
Obama is currently winning with 58% of the vote and a 17 point lead. Not that close of a race anymore! MSNBC was saying that even if Hillary wins West Virgnia, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Texas, and Penn., she needs to win each state with a 65% victory to win the delegate race. I believe she has only won 1 state so far with 60% or more (Obama has won more than 10 at 60% or more). (**I was listening to the TV, so these numbers might be slightly off.**) I LOVE the cheese picture..it took me a minute, actually. I forgot about that whole cheese-Wisconsin connection! Doh!
Jillness Jillness 7 years
Obama is currently winning with 58% of the vote and a 17 point lead. Not that close of a race anymore! MSNBC was saying that even if Hillary wins West Virgnia, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Texas, and Penn., she needs to win each state with a 65% victory to win the delegate race. I believe she has only won 1 state so far with 60% or more (Obama has won more than 10 at 60% or more). (**I was listening to the TV, so these numbers might be slightly off.**) I LOVE the cheese picture..it took me a minute, actually. I forgot about that whole cheese-Wisconsin connection! Doh!
hotstuff hotstuff 7 years
YES WE CAN!
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 7 years
And Michelle Obama. Maybe Obama's next speech will ask about Cindy's pill popping past. The clash of the Titans('s wives?)!
Zahara-Pitt Zahara-Pitt 7 years
GO MCCAIN, experience does matter
liltandweave liltandweave 7 years
I'm proud of my home state! Go Obama!
letsgetloud21 letsgetloud21 7 years
Wisconsin :WOOHOO: Go McCain,even though I was going to vote for Huck.
CitizenSugar CitizenSugar 7 years
McCain's speech was carefully pointed, that's for sure!
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 7 years
Citizen, you are too funny. Melted the competition. lol Congrats to Obama and McCain.
Fabuluxe Fabuluxe 7 years
Anyone surprised that McCain's victory speech seemed especially tailored towards Obama?
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