If it were impossible for Sen. Obama to win the nomination, yes I would hope that he would withdraw.<br><br>In that comparison though, it is impossible to ignore the differences in the campaign styles. Does anyone here also believe that Sen. Obama has been dividing the party? Of course no one knows how he would run his campaign from 2nd place, but he certainly didn't throw the "kitchen sink" after New Hampshire and when he was more than 10 points behind in the polls.<br><br>-- Cee Bee Double-U
It's a two person race, and neither will have enough votes to win without the Superdelegates. As long as she has a slim chance o winning, there's still the possibility she might win. Why fold up the tent, the fat lady hasn't sung yet?<br><br>I've seen football teams come back from a two touchdown disadvantaage in the last quarter, even the last two minutes of a game before. I've seen baseball teams win in the bottom the of the ninth after two outs. It's not over until it's over.<br><br>The last Democratic Party broker Convention was in 1952. Adlai Stevenson triumph after three rounds of voting, despite a backroom campaign to “Stop Stevenson."<br><br>The last Republician Party broker Convention was also in 1952. Sen. Robert Taft managed to expel 38 of his opponent’s delegates from the Republican Convention. The Harvard Crimson decried the move as “a solid knee to the groin of the Republican Party.” In turn, Taft’s challenger Dwight D. Eisenhower questioned the voting credentials of three states’ delegates, replacing them with his supporters. If I recall correctly, Ike won in November.<br><br>Having a broker convention isn't necessarily a bad thing. It will certainly make news, will be interesting and exciting, and we might even see a Convention gavel to gavel once again, at least on the news channels.<br><br>Those pleading for Clinton to step down are also suggesting that the last few primaries are unimportant, that their primaries are a waste. Which also reinforces the trend of States to hold early primaries, aka Florida and Michigan.<br>Who's being hyprocritical now?<br><br>Bismark quote. "Politics is the art of the possible."<br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
Edwards most certainly thought he was best or he wouldn't have run. at least a guy like Kucinich is just trying to bring some liberal ideas to the table, but a guy like Edwards beat Hillary in Iowa and was in it to win it thinking his previous run in 2004 made him the best candidate. it's easy to now say that he was just wasting a lot of money to stoke his ego, but i assure you he was hoping to get the nomination because of Hillary's high negatives. he didn't anticipate the popularity of Obama entering the equation.<br><br>after Super Tuesday when Obama won 11 states in row . . . if that had been Hillary winning 11 in a row then Obama would have been back in the Senate full time. the media helped keep Hillary alive during that stretch because she's the former front runner and a Clinton. Obama would have been a flash in the pan after losing 11 in a row.<br><br>
Of course you'd all probably vote for Clinton. I know, Clark's our holdout, but it's cool, I get it.<br><br>The question is: Hello, for the third time???? Would you all want, encourage, bitch if he didn't, wail about the future of the party and in general spit nails if the roles were reversed? <br><br>Would y'all say ~ Hey, my guy's losing. I want him to give it up right now. I don't want him to fight for it to the bitter end. He needs to pack it in. Roll up the tent. ODude needs to get out of the way, because Clinton is the clear winner, at least that's what it looks like now, even though there are eight months left. Nope. Obamarama over, done with, gone.<br><br>I didn't ask who you'd vote for. Sheesh, typical Dems, like trying to herd cats back to the original premise. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>[color:white]xx</font color=white>[color:blue]I always deserve it. Really.</font color=blue><br><br>
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>Would y'all say ~ Hey, my guy's losing. I want him to give it up right now. I don't want him to fight for it to the bitter end. He needs to pack it in. Roll up the tent. ODude needs to get out of the way, because Clinton is the clear winner, at least that's what it looks like now, even though there are eight months left. Nope. Obamarama over, done with, gone.<p><hr></blockquote><p>If Obama was losing like Clinton is losing right now I would say exactly that. Pack it in. Do not destroy the Democrat's chances to keep your slim hope alive.<br><br>
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