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Awaiting Results: South Carolina, Who Are You Voting For?

Even if you don't live in South Carolina, let's pretend we're all from the Palmetto State! The polls are open, and while we wait for the returns to come in, tell me: Who would you cast your ballot for in today's South Carolina primary?


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DaddysDarlin DaddysDarlin 9 years
Hillary Clinton is the best choice for this country. When she is elected she will prove it to all those naysayers!
laceykk23 laceykk23 9 years
jillness i couldnt agree with you more. your probably right, fox news and republicans alike are just chomping at the bit to get their hands on hillary in the general election. they would much rather run against her than obama, he appeals to just about everyone. he has proven he can win a practically all white state and win over voters in the northern more conservative area of nevada. thats what i think this country needs is a president who can bring EVERYONE together from the left to the far right and i really think obama can do it. im team obama all the way to november!!
Jillness Jillness 9 years
I think that the Clinton's style of divide and conquer campaigning is very old fashioned. They really pulled out all the stops this week, and it only backfired. 70% of South Carolina voters thought Hilary was unfair to Obama (granted, 50% thought both were unfair). As the Wall Street Journal said, this week reminded everyone why they didn't like the Clintons years ago. Me personally, I think Hilary could do the job but I think Barack would be so much better in so many ways. But I think that Hilary's campaign tactics will be her undoing. And if she makes it to the general election, the Republicans are going to let lose with 8 years of pent up rage. I think Fox News has been storing a bunker of mud to fling at her that might do a lot of damage. I think Obama's poise this week has shown that he can take it. He really came out of this looking above the fray, and I think the Republicans would have a hard time throwing him off balance.
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 9 years
I love the term Probama!
leanneluvsu leanneluvsu 9 years
Piper: I doubt that very much. Hilary put the nail in her own coffin. She's isolated her own sure thing with the black vote, and women with backbones (aka feminists) dispise her. she's outta here! Plus,people respect him more because he takes the high-road. THe Clinton have been carrying on like big babies.
piper23 piper23 9 years
Wake up, people. Seriously. The Clintons are going to destroy Obama. This is one of his last moments to shine. Obama, if you're listening, please grow a backbone and hit Hills where it hurts.
pargie pargie 9 years
Obama for yo mama! I'm prObama!
wackdoodle wackdoodle 9 years
Colbert! Oh wait I don't live in South Carolina.
bastille_75 bastille_75 9 years
If no Colbert then, OBAMA all the way!!!!!!!!!!!!!
hotstuff hotstuff 9 years
Estefania1987 Estefania1987 9 years
Obama all the way.
Jillness Jillness 9 years
He also won 50% of the votes of people under 30. He appeals to all sorts!
noelle987 noelle987 9 years
If I was voting dem I would vote Kucinich.
Zahara-Pitt Zahara-Pitt 9 years
so is the 81%
Jillness Jillness 9 years
The white vote was pretty much a 3 way tie, though. I think that is completely relevant.
Zahara-Pitt Zahara-Pitt 9 years
Obama won with 81% of the black vote and 24% of white, congrats
nycgirl8 nycgirl8 9 years
Hillary Clinton.
piper23 piper23 9 years
The Clinton's are brilliant. They are pretty much saying that they are going to lose SC (which they have from what I'm hearing) because Obama is black. Some pundits are saying that they are doing this to get their white base "fired up" (I swear I heard this on Hannity and Colmes last night!). The Clintons are playing the race card and no one is really calling them out on it.
Jillness Jillness 9 years
I agree piper. I am SO TIRED of the tag lines behind Hilary and Obama's names in the press..."vying to be the first woman/African-American President". They are so much more than their broad demographic. Interestingly, Bill Clinton was just asked what it said about Obama that he needed 2 people to gang up on him (bias question,of course). But what Bill replied was really odd. He said that Jesse Jackson had won twice in that state before. Which in no way ties into the question. Maybe I am jumping the gun, but it sounds like he referred to Jesse simply because he was a black man. Jesse didn't run against a married couple team, right?
piper23 piper23 9 years
I live in South Carolina too and I'm looking online at articles about the election and I'm seeing "Massive voter turnout reported in racially charged SC Democratic primary". What the heck does "racially charged" mean? And why wasn't it a "racially charged" primary in Iowa or New Hampshire? Are the Democrats trying to make race an issue in their own party's election? This is pretty insulting to the voters in SC.
potc-crazyy potc-crazyy 9 years
Kucinich... =/ Well, my second choice was Hillary. So yeah.
stefsprl stefsprl 9 years
I live in SC, and in about half an hour I'm going to the polls to cast my vote for Obama!
Jillness Jillness 9 years
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Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 9 years
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