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bullmoose88
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« on: March 20, 2008, 02:19:21 am »

NC's a net of -105?

typo somewhere or what did I miss?
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« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2008, 02:50:54 am »

NC's a net of -105?

typo somewhere or what did I miss?

In the dialog, that was the net loss refers to MI and should be -55

I apologize, i'm not quite following...Clinton's going to gain delegates on Obama in North Carolina?
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« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2008, 03:03:50 am »

NC's a net of -105?

typo somewhere or what did I miss?

In the dialog, that was the net loss refers to MI and should be -55

I apologize, i'm not quite following...Clinton's going to gain delegates on Obama in North Carolina?

That would be the hypothetical loss of delegates Obama would have seating MI under this scenario.  I think MI/FL can be seated, and Obama can pull it out.

Obama actually has a reasonable argument in saying, "I should be the nominee, because I have the most elected delegates."  The argument he's making is, "I should be the nominee, because I have the most elected delegates, ah, if you don't count all the elected delegates."

If Obama comes out 15-50 delegates ahead, without MI/FL, his argument would be a joke.


Sorry...I mean I just saw NC with a -105 net...and was confused.  I promise i'm not this retarded, I realize it must be taxing when I double the recent difficulty you're facing here,  when I'm awake and alert.
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