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Old January 8, 2008, 01:06 PM
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according to CNN's poll Obama has a 9 point lead (i'm guessing its on hilary).
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NH Primary's getting close on the democratic side: http://election.cbsnews.com/campaign...shtml?state=NH

McCain's taken the Republican one.
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Old January 8, 2008, 09:03 PM
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hmmm Seems like Hillary is winning this one.
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Old January 8, 2008, 09:13 PM
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hmmm Seems like Hillary is winning this one.
Really? that would suck big time. I think, after Bush, Hillary is the worst president America can have.

Well, only one third of the precincts have been counted so far, 4% gap can easily be overcomed.
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Old January 8, 2008, 09:19 PM
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I think, after Bush, Hillary is the worst president America can have.
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Old January 8, 2008, 09:22 PM
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She will be worse than him. She won't go for war that much though.

She's getting the votes in that state only because of the emotions she shown yesterday. People are crazy in this country. They can easily be blackmailed with emotions.
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Old January 8, 2008, 09:23 PM
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She will be worse than him.
Why was he bad?
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Old January 8, 2008, 09:35 PM
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why?
For one, she is a democrat who acts, talks and votes like a republication making her a hypocrite. she is a republican in her heart, but says she is democrat, making her more dangerous than republicans.

two, she lacks the basic for being the president of a country, backbone. she is always talking trying to soothe both sides and never having an opinion of her own. she is a screwed up, from every point of view.

three, if she can use that 'last weapon' tear just to get votes, she can do anything to have anything her way.

four, in Michigan, because the local democratic party leader violated the law and tried to change the primary date, all major leaders agreed on withdrawing their name. guess who is the only one to not listen to the central leaders? for the shake of decency, she should have done that.

to the comment she will be worse than him: for sure. because I think Bill was one of the best ever.
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It seems that Hillary will be saved temporarily by New hampshire women!!!
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It seems that Hillary will be saved by New hampshire women!!!
Nope, the gap's closing. This is only about a third of the votes, so it's too early to make conclusions.
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Really? that would suck big time. I think, after Bush, Hillary is the worst president America can have.

Well, only one third of the precincts have been counted so far, 4% gap can easily be overcomed.
i completely don't like hilary...just an aura thing i guess.

but never underestimate the power of republicans to underestimate reality...who cares if they eff up and screw everything for everyone else, they've got Jesus saving them a sweet spot through the Pearly Gates.
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i completely don't like hilary...just an aura thing i guess.

but never underestimate the power of republicans to underestimate reality...who cares if they eff up and screw everything for everyone else, they've got Jesus saving them a sweet spot through the Pearly Gates.
I know this is a very lame example to give, but if republicans are kafeer, hilary is a munafic. and as it has been said, munafics are more dangerous than kafeers. basically, that is what I'm trying to say.
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Nope, the gap's closing. This is only about a third of the votes, so it's too early to make conclusions.
I hope you are right! With 55% reporting, Hillary has 39% against Obama's 37% (diffence of 3500 votes). It will be really close...

Whatever happens here, I still think Obama will win the democratic party nomination.
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Kafeer and Munafic is irrelevant. If you are an Us citizen, you must vote for who is most likely to protect you and your beliefs. I will take a lecherous womanizer over a drunkard extremist.

Guess who.

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Clinton Approx: 58000
Obama Approx: 54000

58% vote count.
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Doc, I think you did not read my post. Didn't I just praised the womanizer? Just by hearing one debate (read my first post), I wanted to vote for Kucinich. But he does not stand a chance.

Be realistic, the only two possible nominee from democratic party are hillary or Obama. and I'll take any democrat over hillary on any given day.
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The college town votes will deliver NH for Obama Inshallah. I worked for Bill's Presidential campaign in San Francisco, both of them, and supported Hillary before discovering Obama from the CSPAN coverage here in Dhaka. I was ready to send-in my AB for a possible Clinton-Obama ticket, but now it seems the order of names may be reversed there.
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Doc, I think you did not read my post. Didn't I just praised the womanizer? Just by hearing one debate (read my first post), I wanted to vote for Kucinich. But he does not stand a chance.

Be realistic, the only two possible nominee from democratic party are hillary or Obama. and I'll take any democrat over hillary on any given day.
I did read your post.

I am just being extremely antagonistic. My personal preference is to take a McCain - Obama ticket. But that ain't going to happen .
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Id rather go republican than go pro hillary. Luckily, I have already convinced my parents to vote against hillary. So its either Obama, or they will go republican.
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The college town votes will have to do it. I don't think they've counted Lebanon yet.
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Two things I'll NEVER do: -

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Not looking good. Clinton's accelerating. Come on New Hampshire!
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The college town votes will deliver NH for Obama Inshallah. I worked for Bill's Presidential campaign in San Francisco, both of them, and supported Hillary before discovering Obama from the CSPAN coverage here in Dhaka. I was ready to send-in my AB for a possible Clinton-Obama ticket, but now it seems the order of names may be reversed there.
Sohel bhai,

MSNBC just declared Hillary as the winner... the primary reasons are women voter in NH who voted overwhelmingly for hillary and independent votes were split by McCain and obama.

The sensitive moment of hillary where she opened up a little bit also helped... I think that was planned!
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