Skip to comments.South Carolina Democrat Civil War/Primary Live Thread!
Posted on 01/26/2008 3:12:28 PM PST by tcrlaf
Come join us for the fun, as the Democratic Party implodes from within!!
Shillary will now be saying SC wasn't important to win.
Given that this is a Democrat primary, how many dead people voted for Hillary vs. how many voted for Obama vs. how many voted for both of ‘em?
Edwards wins 1 % of the black vote (FOX). The furthest left in his home state. Shows that folks do not understand back voters.
I got a phone call from Hillary camp last night....inviting me to the event tonight. As if.......
1 out of 5 white votes went to Barak.
wow. 70% of the vote to Barake right now
There you go! It’s not that far from reality...
All the CNN panelists are bashing the Clinton(s). Bashing her for being racist, using Bill as a hitman, dirty poltics, etc.
What is the CTA? The article doesn’t elaborate.
She looks like she’s about to heave the kid over her head and into the rafters.
No. No. No. Not supposed to think.
“Shillary will now be saying SC wasn’t important to win.”
When I saw Chelsea speaking today I was thinking the same thing.
Something around 90% of them, I suspect.
California Teachers Association
Yes, you’re correct and this is OK. She will still get the nomination but she will alienate African-Americans in the process. This will make her even weaker in Nov.
Snort. Where the H have they been?!
Note to the libs: This is what you get for deluding yourselves into thinking that character doesn't count...
Tammy is fired up tonite.
MSNBC projects Obama winner.
Obama to speak at 9:00 ET
Obama showing huge numbers against Clinton.
MSNBC/Russert, etc. are sort of blaming BillyJ for this.
And she’s right.
Thank you! Whoa. That is a biggie.
CNN??? Wait a sec- that’s kind of huge. I said upthread I’ve noticed that CNN was for Clinton- MSNBC was for Obama...if CNN is turning against Clinton that will be a big change.
I find it interesting - Obama has gotten the college educated and young white voters..
I’m tickled that she got handily slapped down....(even it “SC don’t matter” lol)
Russert is saying something happened in these last few days...
Exactly! She shot herself in both cankles!
I got in line early, and had about 7 people in front of me.
He asked every one of the people in front of me, where they were from and then told them how their county voted.
When I got to him and he asked me, I was a bit embarrassed but told him Atlantic County, NJ.
He looked up at me and told me, "You folks have a lot of work to do."
Wow, "divide and conquer" may not have worked for Clinton the the divide part sure did.
Yeppers....that would definitely be.
Clinton camp plays up Florida
They had hatred in their voices about the Clintons.
I wouldn’t be so certain. This has opened up a few Blacks eyes to the REAL feeling of the Dem insiders towards them and their candidate. Might produce an anyone but Hillary backlash in the General.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Former President Bill Clinton said he might have gone too far in attacking Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton said on Friday, adding that both Democratic presidential campaigns should focus on issues.
“He said several times yesterday that maybe he got a little bit carried away,” Hillary Clinton said on CBS’ “Early Show.”
“So we’re all going to, on both sides I think, you know, try to bring this debate and this campaign back to the issues that are important,” said the New York senator, who would be the first woman U.S. president.
The campaigns of Clinton and Obama, the top two contenders for the Democratic nomination, have engaged in an increasingly bitter war of words, including a debate on Monday that featured sometimes personal attacks.
Obama, an Illinois senator who would be the first black president, has complained specifically about comments from Bill Clinton, including his charge that Obama’s consistent opposition to the Iraq war was “a fairy tale.”
Hillary Clinton, on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” said her husband “obviously is a passionate advocate for my cause, as are the wives of my two major opponents. But I think all of us just need to take a deep breath here because we know we’ll have a united Democratic Party once this nomination is determined.”
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards is the other major candidate vying for his party’s nomination.
On NBC’s “Today,” she added, “It is perfectly legitimate to draw comparisons and contrasts ... It has been obviously an incredibly intense campaign.”
Well, "women with needs" (snort) have always been Hillie's specialty...
Cool.CNN,I am rubbing my eyes.
That is because he comes across as educated! Lets’s not go overboard he is just articulate!
I think I’m agreeing with the MSNBC consensus- Bill is stuck in the 90’s...this is 2008.
The nation wants the DEMs in total power.....
Well, at least I know that I am staying home and not voting at all all of you fellow FR-peers should do the same, see you all in 2012, that is “if” the nation makes it till then...
Where did you see that?
Oh, I'd love to be a fly on the wall of wherever Her Heinous is staying tonight...
:)What if you change your mind:)
Please feel free to flame post 240....
Every single panelist on CNN is ripping “the Clintons”...not distinguishing her as the candidate. All Bill’s rage is turning her into Mini Me!
BTW. There is NO DOUBT in my mind that Billary want nothing more than for Republicans to start attacking him. They both relish the victim role and I hope the GOP is smart enough to remember how Bill always went up in the polls when attacked. Our side needs to remember the old shiboleth about leaving your enemy alone when he’s commiting suicide.
Before or after Hillary slays him?
Takes the shine off the apple for Obama. Not good for anyone that that many voted for the witch or the breck girl.
And, a big slap indeed. :)
The “plantation” ain’t happy.
Strong Black Vote Helps Obama in S.C.
Posted: 9 minutes ago
Updated: 6 minutes ago
Columbia Landslide margins among black voters fueled Barack Obama to his win Saturday in South Carolina’s Democratic presidential primary, allowing him to overcome the edge that Hillary Rodham Clinton and John Edwards had among whites.