Skip to comments.Clinton does not concede
Posted on 06/03/2008 7:04:50 PM PDT by mdittmar
Hillary Clinton, projected to win South Dakota's primary but unable to keep Barack Obama from clinching the Democratic nomination, congratulated Obama tonight for the inspiring race he has run and said she was "committed to uniting our party,"
"This has been a long campaign and I will be making no decisions tonight," she said, provoking wild cheers from supporters.
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nothing short of a wooden steak in her heart will stop her
In the Maxwell Smart way.
Thank you, Lord.....
“I won’t be making any decisions this evening”. What decision is there? She lost.
The balls on that woman...
Remember what Rush said-he said he we would know by Hildebeast’s remarks whether a Michelle Whitey tape exists. I think we have our answer.
She did not concede to the pundits on PMSNBC or CNN. They are shocked, hurt, and outraged.
The media is trying so hard to end this debacle.
I think so, too.
This woman is a pragmatist. There has to be a reason why she has stayed in this long. She has something up her sleeve.
Life takes some strange twists.
When the Michelle Obama ‘whitey’ video comes out in the next week or two, the MSM will try to blame the Republicans. If the Republicans really have this video why wouldn’t they wait until November 1st?? We will see. We will see.
Aaaaannnddd loving it
I believe that any such recordings will be released by the Democrats tomorrow so that they can control the timing rather than the Republicans. If the recording exists, we'll see it tomorrow.
Osama Hussein knows his goose is cooked. I wonder though if whoever has the tape will release it now that she’s not conceding.
Obama would be a fool to take her as VP - wonder if that's what this is about.
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