Theodore's World: Hillary Clinton Wins Pennsylvania Democratic Primary

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April 23, 2008

Hillary Clinton Wins Pennsylvania Democratic Primary

Hillary Clinton won the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday.


Pennsylvania Precincts Reporting 96% ( at the time of this posting)

CLINTON 1,202,096

Hillary Rodham Clinton won the Pennsylvania primary Tuesday, buoyed by support from women and blue-collar voters and pushing her duel with Barack Obama on to Indiana and North Carolina on May 6.

Amid brisk turnout, Clinton won a victory that many polls had predicted and which the New York senator had to have. The ultimate margin hovered around double digits — Clinton led 55 percent to 45 percent with nearly 80 percent of the vote counted — but no matter the numbers, her campaign insisted that a victory was a victory, particularly amid a spending onslaught by a more financially more robust Obama campaign.

Wild Thing's comment........

Operation Chaos should continue at full speed. Hillary is broke. The media hates her. And her party has turned their backs on her. If she continues like this what we'll start to see is an all out brawl. Imagine how worried Howard Dean and Barack Obama are right now! heh heh

The point of Operation Chaos, is to continue to allow the deep divisions that now exist in the dem party. The Republicans didn’t cause this “civil war” within the dem party, but it now exists, so why not prolong it, if possible.

New exit poll data?
1 in 5 Dems is going to sit it out or vote for McCain if his/her candidate loses. Each Dem in emminently unqualified and fatally flawed to the point that they will both be toast after a bloody, scorched Earth Nominating Convention in Denver.

The demoncrat party is one big mish-mash of every disaffected, empty hand out for something free, mentally unstable, congenitally damaged group and sub group known to mankind.

It's held together by smoke and mirrors, lies, money, special favors and promises un-kept. It's fun watching these freaks pile on the hate and animosity.

Like Rush said: " We can not beat Hussein on what he has done we need to defeat him because of what he will do. He would probably make Rev. Wright Sec. of State and Bin Laden Sec. of Defense."

The bottom line for me is that I can't stand Hillary or Obama but then I am not a Democrat. I am no fan of McCain either, it is awful feeling like this and not being able to get excited about a candidate.

Posted by Wild Thing at April 23, 2008 12:47 AM


Yes, Hillary's victory is good for us Consevatives. It keeps the Democrat battle going. It gives Hillary some momentum and should cause these two Marxists to pull out all the stops on dirty tricks to win the delegates needed for nomination. The ensuing battle may turn off hoardes of voters in the general election which will be good for RINO McCain.

Posted by: TomR at April 23, 2008 01:54 AM

"No reflections... no conscience ... no garlic? Vampires like Hellary cover their necks too, eh?"

Posted by: darthcrUSAderworldtour07 at April 23, 2008 04:30 AM

Operation Chaos is in full swing.
I can't wait to see and hear what kind of crap
these two uglies pull against each other.
But I'm not completely sold on McPain either.
I think the wrong people are at the top.
None of them really give a rat's patootie about us.
They just want the prestige. That's all I've seen and heard. I haven't heard what they're going to do or how they're going to make the changes happen. And who is going to foot the bill?

Posted by: Lynn at April 23, 2008 05:27 AM

Kinda like a heavey smoker with lung cancer ordering cigarettes, will it be a pack of strong unfilterd Obama's, Clinton Menthols, or Clinton Lights? Those are the three poisonous choices.

Posted by: Jack at April 23, 2008 09:42 AM

Chrissie, I live on the east side of Denver. Aurora is higher than Denver. From some points here you can look down into Denver. You are invited to stay at my house during the Dem's convention to have a good seat when the roof comes off the Convention Center. I wouldn't miss it!

Posted by: Horace at April 23, 2008 11:34 AM

Tom you said it better then I could. That is what it is all about and yes it is working too.

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 23, 2008 07:13 PM

Darth, hahahahaa lots of garlic if we see her. LOL

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 23, 2008 07:14 PM

Lynn, I agree we are in deep doo doo this election. It is like all I can do is enjoy this part of it with their bickering back and forth, because when the time comes to vote in Nov. I am going to be very sick to my stomach about our choice for a Republican. waaaaaaaa

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 23, 2008 07:18 PM

Jack yes this is a truly hopeless situation.

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 23, 2008 07:22 PM

Horace oh WOW that is so cool. You are sooo lucky to live in Colorado.
Thank you that is very kind of you. I work so I can't go anywhere, but you are wonderful to offer.

I am just excited that you live in Colorado that I love so much.

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 23, 2008 07:25 PM

As a conservative, I am enjoying this Democratic Party internal primary blood sport. However, most commentary on the battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama fails to give the well orchestrated hatred of anything Republican it's proper weight in what will happen next November 4th.

The Democrats and left-wing activists are not waiting for the Party to decide on a candidate and are fully exploiting this hatred of Republicans with six more months to go before the general election. I got the following in an email and a Google search came back with a long list of other web site links sharing this attack on McCain, a Republican.

10 things to know about McCain

It doesn't matter that many of the items can easily be refuted or explained as the people sharing it couldn't care less.

More anti-McCain and anti-Republican attack efforts...

Dems plan $40M hit on McCain

Labor to Outspend Business in Push for Democrats

So, my conservative friends, if the Republican Party and Republican candidates don't have a common conservative and well funded winning message it doesn't matter who gets the Democratic nomination and how much blood was spent getting there as the Democrats will trounce a divided Republican Party that has lost it's way.

Posted by: Les at April 23, 2008 07:38 PM

Les yes it has lost it's way. We had a real conservative in Duncan Hunter. He was so good, but not enough people wanted him. They felt he was too conservative. Not here at this blog but on some other blogs. Very sad.

Thanks for the link's Les.

Posted by: Wild Thing at April 24, 2008 05:18 AM