Wednesday, May 14, 2008

You can't have it both ways, hon.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Hillary won West Virginia last night in convincing fashion.

In case you don’t keep up with politics (or what has developed into my continuing coverage of this election cycle’s primaries), her victory was such a landslide that she was projected by CNN to carry the state before a single vote was counted.

To me, this means little to nothing. West Virginia is one of the whitest, oldest (in terms age of the average citizen), most blue collar and least educated states in the Union. Obama typically does well with African-Americans, the affluent, younger voters and those who are better educated. We knew going into this that West Virginia was tailored made for a Clinton uber-victory.

So now this bitch is celebrating. She’s ranting and raving about how the large margin of last night’s victory illustrates that the voters want her to keep going through the convention and that she can carry the swing states that will matter in the fall contests.

Now, Hill, you can’t have it both ways, hon.

You can’t dismiss Obama's early small-state victories as irrelevant to the general election in early February yet tout West Virginia as reason to continue. As my girl La Bella Vita would say, “hoe, sit down.” I mean, she won last night pretty handily and deserves some credit for that. We have to remember Barack Obama won 15 contests in this election cycle with 60 percent or more. So those kinds of margins, they're impressive, and let's also remember also the Clinton people have been saying for a long time small states don't matter. Now apparently they're arguing small states do matter. They have to make up their minds.

Even after yesterday’s result and the anticipated results in neighboring Kentucky, I think you'll see more superdelegates come out for Barack Obama. Most people in our party are prepared and ready for this fight to end. Of course, one argument that she’ll make to these superdelegates is that swing states matter. West Virginia is a swing state. Pennsylvania is a swing state. Ohio is a swing state. He has lost all of those. But, you know what, Hill. He won Iowa, he won Wisconsin, and he won Missouri. He's won swing states.

She’s needs to stop listening to whoever she’s listening to and listen to Mr. Jones. My advice to Hillary Clinton is simple:



Darius T. Williams said...

Yea, you're right - she can't have it both ways. I'm thinking Obama is playing it real smart right now - he knows exactly what he's doing. Especially is Hill is some 20 million in the red.

Bullet Proof Soul said...

I'm so over her. I can't even take seeing her. I swear if she wins, highly unlikely, but if she wins then I will see you all in four years. I'm heading overseas.

ShawnQt said...

amen, thank you jesus!

dessex said...

i use to have respect for the clinton family...but not after this shit. The longer she goes the more stupid is looks

mp1 v.8.0 said...

The only thing missing from this is the "I'm Barack Obama and I approved this message" quote. lol

La said...

I went into this election all ready to vote for her,and with so much respect for her. And now...

Well now if I caught that chick in the streets it would be all bad for her.

I dunno how stupid she thinks Americans are really to not see her obvious bullshit, but I'm sick of her talking like we can't see the obvious. More over, I'm still unconvinced she has any real "experience" to speak of. Standing for a photo op on top of 9/11 rubble doesn't mean you've done anything other than rename parks. (why hasn't anyone pulled this hoe's JUNIOR SENATOR record?)

And furthermore, the obvious ego on which she is operating on is nothing short of George Bush-esque. We can't afford another ego driven president anymore than I can afford the $60 of gas I have to put in my car every week.

bLaQ~n~MiLD said...

LMAO. I say STAY IN THE RACE MRS. CLINTON, PLEASE!!! What a perfect way for the American people (especially African American people) to see the Democratic Party for what it is and they pupport the Republican party to be...racist, bigot, homophobic, sexist, etc. All of the labels given to Republicans have all be exposed during the Democrat primary by the Clintons and Barack. Absolutely hilarious!!!

On another note, you Mr. Jones haven't heard from you in a minute. Hit me on email chief!


Kyon Saucier said...

As each day passes the Hillary creature is loosing I'm so excited I could drink! Which I will do! Tonight!

Cocoa Rican said...

Looks like the new president will go down in history books....

As the oldest president ever.

President McCain.

Write it down...

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