Skip to comments.Conservatives in Wisconsin and Hawaii should vote Hillary today, payback for Michigan and Florida
Posted on 02/19/2008 5:57:56 AM PST by TheEaglehasLanded
I know it seems crazy, but since the Left always encourages there supporters to vote for less conservative Republicans when Democrats have no race. I think we should return the favor.
Isn’t that kind of like chopping off your hand as “payback” for having hit youself in the eye?
Never, never, never vote for a Clinton. Better 8 years of president Obama to 10 minutes of president Hillary.
Hawaii is a closed caucus anyways.
NOOo vote for Obama, and let the superdelegates give Hillary the victory. :D
Better yet, vote for Obama and make her steal the nomination in broad daylight.
I agree. Obama is the far more dangerous and formidable candidate in November.
Beware the law of unintended consequences
No, no, no!
Vote for Obama!!!!!!
Not only is he the weaker candidate once his positions start coming out, but we want the beast to become more and more desperate to steal the election.
When that happens, when she nabs the nomination with super delegates, she will have effectively ended the rat hold on African Americans and put the final nail in the coffin of Clinton Inc.
The same media that has shilled for the Clintoids going back to 1974 in AR would do even more shilling for the “charismatic” (a favorite liberal shibboleth) Oprah’s Obama. The American people are truly clueless as these 2008 primaries have demonstrated more than ever.
I think they should vote for Obama. The quicker the sun sets on the Clinton political machine the better, IMO. I would like her to get no closer to the White House than she is now.
Even outside the gate on Pennsylvania Ave is too close IMO.
They have conservatives in Wisconsin and Hawaii?
The crossing-over vote has been discussed pretty exhaustively on FR and the overwhelming consencus(sp) is that GOPers will vote Obama. Nearly everyone is T I R E D of the Clinton’s in a MAJOR way.
Yes, Obama is weaker. Right now he is not as weak as our man, but who knows, maybe McCain will drop out for health reasons and we can pull something out of our hats at the convention. In any case, by October I expect Obama will have lost his halo and wings.
We have two opportunities to get rid of the Clintons. The primary and the general election. That doubles our odds, pretty clear to me.
There are a handful of us!
Ahem! Yes, Wisco has conservatives, this is pretty much a 50/50 state. Bush lost by 1000 votes.
Waukesha & Washington counties are about as conservative as any place in Texas I’ve ever been, if not more.
We also have the the unfortunate polar opposite of Madison, Moscow on the Mendota.
My early prediction is McCain takes Wisco in November.
Now, we need to find a strong candidate to oust Feingold other than a car dealership owner.
I suspect that they will put the loser on as VP. That can cut two ways, though. If they win, and screw things up, then they are both poison in 2012. If they can keep the economy going, then they could be ensuring 16 years of liberal Dem rule.