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« on: May 19, 2008, 10:16:22 pm »

We might have one rather than just make a new thread for one frequently or whenever something extremely ridiculous is posted there.

I'll start it off with this:

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\Paul, great post. I wanted to tell you about my sisterís experience in Houston during a caucas in Spring, texas. She totally believes Bambi is the antichrist. She told me that she could feel evil when she walked thru the door at the elementary school she was voting in. She said it was feeling she could actually smell. I thought she was a little off, so we have never spoke about it again. My sister is very religious and practices the Jewish religion. She tells me she will not vote for Hillary unless O is not anywhere on the ticket because of what she felt at that caucas! There are alot of people that say he fits the mole exactly. I not one of those, I just believe he is somehow connected to the jihadists and will try to take this country over from the inside.

http://www.hillaryis44.org/?p=625#comments

The parts in bold being the most amusing when taken together.
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« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2008, 10:40:35 pm »

More evidence Obama is winning  more educated voters:

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i cannot believe sen byrd endorsed obama. i thought at elast he would eb behind hillary. tm says its bc fo the war and hill would be the nom by now if she voted against it. o has used the war on hill and it worked w/byrd. god the days get so damned depressing.
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« Reply #2 on: May 20, 2008, 09:51:55 am »

The site appears to make a big deal out of Clinton winning the West Virginia primary.

It doesn't really seem any different to me than Howard Dean winning the Vermont primary in 2004, after he had dropped out, or John Edwards winning the North Carolina caucus long after John Kerry had clinched enough delegates to have the nomination.

My favorite was how after Indiana and North Carolina they kept acting like Hillary's Indiana victory was the upset of the century and thus she needed to be the nominee now while completely ignoring NC altogether.
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