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It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, “tax holidays” or McCain
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08

At Hillary Clinton’s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her “victory speech” when she said, “I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.” That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.

I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it’s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.

But it’s not quite over in Indiana. Two counties have no returns at
all. One of them is Lake County, which adjoins the small hamlet of
Chicago, in Obama’s “home state” of Illinois. It features the
medium-sized city of Gary, Indiana. It’s expected to go heavily for
Obama. The other is Union County, just up the road from Cincinnati.

Correction: Lake County just reported well after midnight their time,
and with 28% of precincts counted, Obama is leading 75%-25%.

No, Indiana isn’t settled yet.

The BBC is also reporting that their sources are telling them that
some 50 superdelegates are expected to announce their intention of
supporting Obama at the convention.

On the web, I’ve been amusing myself reading the whines from right
wingers who are bemoaning the fact that Rush Limbaugh’s “Operation
Chaos,” the effort to stuff Democratic ballot boxes by Republican
voters in order to keep the race going, had failed so miserably this
time. CNN reported, “Roughly one in ten of the state’s Democratic
primary voters were Republican — and that group did vote for Hillary
Clinton, 53 to 47 percent over Barack Obama. But hold on: registered
Democrats, who made up two-thirds of Tuesday’s primary voters, gave
roughly the same edge to Clinton, 53 to 45 percent. Only Independents
— who made up about a quarter of the electorate — voted for Obama, 53
to 47 percent.”

One turd from North Carolina, clearly bitter and distraught, sniveled
that he was apologizing for his state, and all the racists in it that
supported Obama. That presumably would be African-American racists,
who mostly supported Obama. They proved they would never vote for a
white candidate in 2000 and 2004, when they supported Gore and Kerry,
respectively, by even bigger margins.

Damn, I love listening to right wingers whine.

As I’m typing all this, I see that only two points separate the two
candidates in Indiana now. If Hillary manages to lose Indiana, or ends
up in what would be an effective tie, it would be a death knell for
her campaign.

The other day, I predicted that Obama would win North Carolina by 9%
and Hillary would win Indiana by 5%. But then some polls came out, and
they showed a couple of interesting results. The first was that with
the exception of the GOP-friendly Rasmussen, they all showed that a
majority of voters didn’t think the Reverend Wright issue had done
Obama any harm and even those that did were openly disgusted with the
media for blowing it up into such an issue.

The second was when I noticed that three out of four voters were
totally unimpressed with the “gas tax holiday” that both Hillary and
McCain had been promoting. The public figured out that it would do
them far more harm than good, and if the oil companies didn’t simply
raise their prices and turn the “tax holiday” into their own little
windfall, the best they could hope to save was about ten dollars a
month. Some even realized that when they tanked up at the station, the
tax portion was the only money spent that might actually come back and
benefit them some way. The polls also showed Obama making inroads with
women voters and with blue-collar Caucasian voters.

It didn’t help Hillary when McCain made another of his profoundly
stupid remarks. When told that three out of four economists thought
the “tax holiday” was a very bad idea, he said, “Oh, I don’t pay any
attention to economists.” This probably isn’t the brightest response
to make in reply to a question about an economic matter, especially
when the public is paying close attention, and even though it wasn’t
HER stupid gaffe, McCain’s idiocy rubbed off on her anyway.

Political pandering consists of sounding like a fool in order to
convince the public that you are one of them. BAD political pandering
consists of sending the message that you think the only way to be one
with the public is by sounding like a fool, and that’s what McCain
did. Hillary just had the misfortune to be in the immediate vicinity
when McCain laid that egg.

It’s fun watching the results trickle in from Indiana. If Obama DOES
get 50%+1 of the vote (what in GOP circles is called “acclamation” and
is how they wound up with McCain as their standard-bearer), it would
only make a difference of one or two delegates. But the psychological
impact would be magnified, both by the fact that Hillary had regarded
Indiana as a safe state just two months ago, and the whole hothouse
atmosphere of media panting and gasping that has surrounded the state.

In the long run, and even in the short run, it’s of far more import if
the BBC report is accurate and Obama does pick up fifty super
delegates in the next day or so. That would give him about 1,870 (he
has 1,819 now) delegates, and he only needs 2,025 to win. Hillary
presently has 1,668.

Of course, Michigan and Florida WILL be sending delegates to the
convention, and we won’t know until next month what kinds of terms
will be used to select them. Now, that’s an even bigger chunk than the
unpledged superdelegates.

However, by June, there will only be a couple of minor primaries left,
and there will be strong pressure, both on the superdelegates and the
party selectors in those two states, to reflect the will of the voters
over all. Presently, that would work to Obama’s advantage.

I would imagine that Hillary Clinton will sit down with her family and
her top advisors tomorrow and discuss where they go from here. She
doesn’t want to disappoint her supporters, but she has to know that if
she waits too long, she’ll be seen as a spoiler, and possibly as
another Ralph Nader.
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Steve
2008-05-07 10:34:51 UTC
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It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, “tax holidays” or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
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© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton’s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her “victory speech” when she said, “I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.” That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it’s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....

Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hothead McCain
2008-05-07 13:44:49 UTC
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It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
Steve
2008-05-07 17:00:46 UTC
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Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
Hothead McCain
2008-05-08 01:27:06 UTC
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Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
Steve
2008-05-08 09:15:52 UTC
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Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
The Democrats may soon be able to re-use all those pathetic whines you
spewed forth four years ago... all you have to do is replace
"swiftboat" with "Rev. Wright."
Hothead McCain
2008-05-08 13:28:40 UTC
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On Tue, 06 May 2008 21:58:25 -0800, 4067 Dead
Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
The Democrats may soon be able to re-use all those pathetic whines you
spewed forth four years ago... all you have to do is replace
"swiftboat" with "Rev. Wright."
Just imagine what a "good" swiftboater could do with this story, the
details are a little sketchy, but for an admiral's son, well....:

http://www.blah3.com/article.php?story=20070122183950855
Steve
2008-05-08 15:10:37 UTC
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Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
The Democrats may soon be able to re-use all those pathetic whines you
spewed forth four years ago... all you have to do is replace
"swiftboat" with "Rev. Wright."
Just imagine what a "good" swiftboater could do with this story, the
http://www.blah3.com/article.php?story=20070122183950855
ROTFLMAO You morons have nothing...
Hothead McCain
2008-05-09 00:31:14 UTC
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On Tue, 06 May 2008 21:58:25 -0800, 4067 Dead
Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
The Democrats may soon be able to re-use all those pathetic whines you
spewed forth four years ago... all you have to do is replace
"swiftboat" with "Rev. Wright."
Just imagine what a "good" swiftboater could do with this story, the
http://www.blah3.com/article.php?story=20070122183950855
ROTFLMAO You morons have nothing...
Sounds a little strange, McCain's plane blows up, kills 132 crewmen...
Steven Canyon, still slapping hippies around
2008-05-09 10:43:49 UTC
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It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
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© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
The Democrats may soon be able to re-use all those pathetic whines you
spewed forth four years ago... all you have to do is replace
"swiftboat" with "Rev. Wright."
Just imagine what a "good" swiftboater could do with this story, the
http://www.blah3.com/article.php?story=20070122183950855
ROTFLMAO You morons have nothing...
Sounds a little strange, McCain's plane blows up, kills 132 crewmen...
Why don't you go ahead and run with it, Dummy.. but wait, *you* have
nowhere to run and since McCain's plane "blew up" because it was
struck by a missile, the "it" doesn't eve exist.... <LOL> but your
desperation *is* noted..
Hothead McCain
2008-05-09 13:28:16 UTC
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It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, ?tax holidays? or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by.. ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
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© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton?s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her ?victory speech? when she said, ?I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.? That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it?s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies... so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
and give them what they want....
Hillary's house of cards is crumbling, her pitch to superdelegates
is looking like just more of her deceitful campaign rhetoric.
could be, but it doesn't really matter, she's laid plenty of hurt on
the Democrat Party and Obama... and it looks like she'l continue to
do it..
It doesn't really matter, Grandpa McCain will collapse after a few body blows.
The Democrats may soon be able to re-use all those pathetic whines you
spewed forth four years ago... all you have to do is replace
"swiftboat" with "Rev. Wright."
Just imagine what a "good" swiftboater could do with this story, the
http://www.blah3.com/article.php?story=20070122183950855
ROTFLMAO You morons have nothing...
Sounds a little strange, McCain's plane blows up, kills 132 crewmen...
Why don't you go ahead and run with it, Dummy.. but wait, *you* have
nowhere to run and since McCain's plane "blew up" because it was
struck by a missile, the "it" doesn't eve exist.... <LOL> but your
desperation *is* noted..
Sure, that's the "official" story. I wasn't there, neither were you:

"...Surviving crewmen and those who investigated the Forrestal fire case
reported that McCain deliberately 'wet-started' his A-4E Skyhawk to shake
up the guy in the F-4 Phantom behind his A-4.

'Wet-starts', done either deliberately (the starter motor switch allowed
kerosene to pool in the engine and give a wet start) or accidentally, shoot
a large flame from the tail of the aircraft. In McCain's case, the 'wet-start'
'cooked off' and launched the M34 Zuni rocket from the rear F-4 that
punctured the Skyhawk's fuel tank, knocked the M-65 1000 lb. bomb off it's
500 lb. rated mount, and touched off the explosions and massive fire.

The F-4 pilot was reportedly killed in the conflagration, along with 167 of
his fellow Forrestal shipmates (including those who died later from wounds
suffered)..."

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?noframes;read=119707
Kurt Nicklas
2008-05-08 10:14:28 UTC
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Post by Steve
On Tue, 06 May 2008 21:58:25 -0800, 4067 Dead
Post by 4067 Dead
It May Be Over
Voters unimpressed with Rush, “tax holidays” or McCain
As if anyone is impressed by..  ..Bryan Zepp Jamieson
Wonder if 'Weekly World News' has ever contacted him about
writing for him. Got to pay better than his pathetic "word processing"
business....
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Post by 4067 Dead
© Bryan Zepp Jamieson
http://www.zeppscommentaries.com/Election2008/Ind-NC.html
5/6/08
At Hillary Clinton’s victory speech in Indiana, Bill Clinton looked
decidedly downcast. Chelsea Clinton was off camera, but BBS presenter
Katty Kaye reported that she looked on the verge of tears. There was a
telling moment in her “victory speech” when she said, “I win, he wins,
he wins, I win. No matter what happens, I will work for the nominee of
the Democratic party because we must win in November. And I know that
Senator Obama feels the same way.” That sounds more like a concession
speech, and it may well be one.
I suspect a lot of people will go to bed tonight convinced that
Hillary did win Indiana, and perhaps she did. But normally, when there
is a 4 point margin between candidates with 87% of precincts in, it’s
time to release the balloons, give the speech, and congratulate the
loser on a fine effort.
I suspect fatty would like that, but it aint going to happen...
Hillary says she'll motor on.....
Leftists like Fatty Jamieson don't understand the concept of
competition, they expect everything to be given to them much as their
mommies gave them their pablum when they were babies...  so it's only
natural for immature fools like Zepp to expect Hillary to walk away
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