A Time To Work – For Hillary Clinton

[All polls close at 7:00 p.m. (ET) in Indiana (a great many polls close at 6:00 p.m. (ET) in Indiana due to much of the state being in the eastern time zone). All polls close at 7:30 (ET) in North Carolina. Join us when the poll close.]

As demonstrated by the comments from the earlier post, today is a day to work for Hillary Clinton.

Hillary is working.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton had been campaigning for more than 16 hours when she strode onto the stage at Evansville Central High School just before 11 p.m. Monday.

She had started her day at a community college in eastern North Carolina. There were rallies at a train depot, a firehouse in northwest Indiana and another across the state on the Ohio River.

But Clinton betrayed barely a hint of fatigue as she beamed at a crowd of screaming supporters at the high school. “This campaign has been a joy,” she said before launching into a full-throated attack on the Bush administration.

Hillary Clinton is working to great effect.

Many voters at these events marvel at Mrs. Clinton’s understanding. After 16 months of hearing hard-luck stories, she has developed a special radar. Delivering her speech on Sunday in Fort Wayne, Mrs. Clinton’s gaze fell upon a man in fatigues. “I see someone in uniform that I’m especially concerned about,” she said. “While our troops are serving, their homes are being foreclosed on.”

Sure enough, the man, Lance Recht, a National Guard member who served in the first Iraq war, is struggling to save his home. He works at a muffler shop and may join the border patrol in Arizona, leaving his wife and children so he can pay a mortgage whose interest rates have shot up.

“We are that close to foreclosure,” Mr. Recht said in an interview, joining his thumb and forefinger.

When Mrs. Clinton singled him out, his wife, Marissa Recht, said, Mrs. Clinton had no way of knowing their story.

Hillary Clinton is working. The voters are voting. Let’s help get the vote out for Hillary.

191 thoughts on “A Time To Work – For Hillary Clinton

  1. I just read about a repub woman on Hill’s blog who was turned away at the polls in NC. That sucks. She’s really bummed.

  2. I just wish Hill’s team would get more people talking about how OFTEN the nomination has gone to the floor .. the pundits are trying to portray this as some sort of evil…

  3. I just spoke with shawn at the DNC and told him of that video of laws being broken in Indiana by Obama. He told me that he had not heard or seen it, he did not sound convincing but assured me he would get that info to Howie. He also said there has been some progress with FL and MI and there should be some penalty and things were progressing on that quickly and I could expect an anouncement soon!

  4. confloyd

    so sorry to hear what you’re going through!! I can only imagine how difficult it is right now for you.

    I will light a candle for you tonight and send positive vibes for you too 😀

  5. confloyd…{{{{hugs to you and all your family}}}}}}

    good thoughts, prayers and vibes your way.

  6. NYC,

    Thanks for the clarification on 2024/2025. I think we are coming from very different ways of thinking — good to cover both bases.

    I’m looking at simple big picture right brain soundbytes, which is all that reaches many voters. The campaign might be speaking to wonky insiders at this point.

    Anyway, how far IS either candidate from the 2025 by June 3?

  7. I have a question, I was listening to POTUS 08 on XM Radio, they were saying that 17% of the electorate(sp) did early voting in NC (I beleive it was 17%, but it was a large percentage ). Who does that benefit, Hillary or Obama??

  8. contact the Office of Govenor and the State Attorney Generals Office….Also the Local News in Indianapolis….. I really don’t know what stations are in the area but maybe someone here might know of some.

  9. confloyd,
    Hang in there. Sounds like you’ve had your hands full. How is your hubby? Best wishes to him.

  10. I beleive rural NC will be big for us tonight, Bill spent a lot of time in those areas, I think it will pay off.

  11. Thanks everyone for your thoughts, prayers and candles! He is much, much better. I am now very worried about my daughter, she is not doing well with the pregnancy. Thanks again everyone!

  12. confloyd, i hope your daughter gets better.

    re: NC – making calls today and getting good response. A number of ppl saying they voted or will vote for Hillary – others saying their whole neighborhood and family voted for Hillary.

    Best calls – a Republican woman who SO wanted to vote for Hillary. She was very genuine. Have spoken to a couple Republican women for Hillary in NC. Unfortunately, if you’re registered Rep, you can’t vote in NC Democratic Primary.

    Plus, an NC guy who sheepishly said, “I love Hillary.” that was a great call. Please continue to call. It is exceptionally important we make voter contact – will make the difference, call, call, call. I’ve already sent a script to a number of you – but if you didn’t get, you can Message me through Table Talk on HillBillyLover’s site.

  13. confloyd Says:

    May 6th, 2008 at 3:19 pm
    I just spoke with shawn at the DNC and told him of that video of laws being broken in Indiana by Obama. He told me that he had not heard or seen it, he did not sound convincing but assured me he would get that info to Howie. He also said there has been some progress with FL and MI and there should be some penalty and things were progressing on that quickly and I could expect an anouncement soon!

    Hillary has a place on her site to report voting problems

  14. innila-i agree-ive been calling nc today to w/Actvate. talked to many aas some are voting for her-some are too undecided. 90pt of the calls are for her. no bambis. fe wrepubs. guys-u got to try and call. it makes a diff. one family wasnt going to vote today until i called and urged them too. they said they would go tonight and vote for her bc i called and talked to them about her

  15. re: calling – yes, I tend to talk about her electoral strength – that she’s won critical swing states we need to win in the fall, that her electoral votes at this point are enough to make her President. She is the stronger candidate.

  16. elizabeth White is the one that let those people have the signs in that video GIVE HER HELL HILL SUPPORTERS!

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  17. Take the poll on The Page …. Hillary is winning !!!

    go here instead:

    thepage.time.com (no www at beginning)

  18. Isn’t David Capp the one that endorsed Obama, He runs the indiana state attorneys office.

  19. confloyd,

    Hot bath and maybe some cookies and slippers. I know that doesn’t really work at a time like this. You sound like a wonderful person you daughter is lucky to have your support!

  20. sis called complaining that msnbc has done nothing all day but cheerlead for Waffles.

    I told her to change the freakin channel .. douse their butts with no ratings.

    She said it’s obvious he isn’t doing well .. too many excuses floating around ..

    Interesting that he had to run ads into Chicago area — she said that some nutty man couldn’t even explain why he would have to run ads straight into his hometown….she believes he’s gonna take a thrashing in Indiana LOL

  21. Gore on NPR’s “Fresh Air” TuesdayOn the race:

    “Even though it has gone on much longer than is normal in the age of primaries and caucuses, nevertheless I think the odds are overwhelming that it will tip rather decisively in one way or the other before the convention even meets.”

    “I’m simply watching and listening to the campaign. As a delegate to the convention I will cast my vote at the proper time. I haven’t ruled out making an endorsement… but I haven’t been moved to do so.”

    “They both have strengths, and I’m simply listening and watching like a lot of people.”

    On the superdelegate system:

    “Probably it should be re-examined. I guess there’s widespread dissatisfaction with the idea of having so many so-called superdelgates, and maybe that will be the prevailing view when this is all over.”

    On Michigan and Florida’s delegates:

    “They will be seated, there’s no doubt about that.” But doesn’t say how.

    On party unity:

    “I would not underestimate the healing power of that desire to win” within the party.

  22. confloyd Says:
    May 6th, 2008 at 3:19 pm
    I just spoke with shawn at the DNC …He also said there has been some progress with FL and MI and there should be some penalty and things were progressing on that quickly and I could expect an anouncement soon!

    Tell him by the actual DNC *Rules* the penalty should be that Hillary gets half her delegates and Obama gets NONE.

    Hillary’s half is because FL had an early primary; Obma’s NONE is because he broke the no-campaign promise in FL and took his own name off the ballot in MI. (MI ‘Uncommitted’ should go in AS uncommitted, because that is what Obama campaigned for.)

    See h t t p : / / blogs.cqpolitics.com/trailmix/2008/04/where-the-dem-rules-really-lea.html

    There’s also a lively discussion of this at h t t p : / / blogs.usatoday.com/onpolitics/2008/05/2025-clinton-ca.html?csp=34#LogIn

  23. Shawn at the DNC doesn’t care about the rules. The DNC has been in the tank for Obama for more than a year.

  24. Just got a phone call from a staffer in Indiana, says we need to do a huge Activate push for the next hour and a half so everyone get on the phone! If you need the script please email me LJREGINE@GMAIL.COM!

  25. okay .. now phonebankers needed in Indiana for the next 1 1/2 hours…

    PLEASE. call if you can

  26. Michelle Obama’s gospel of bitterness

    This past Friday Michelle Obama gave essentially the same stump speech in Charlotte, North Carolina that she had given the week earlier in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Based on the stump speech, Yuval Levin calls Mrs. Obama “The unhappiest millionaire.” Levin’s NRO column carries a link to the C-SPAN video of Mrs. Obama’s North Carolina speech. It is well worth watching.

    Levin characterizes the pervasive themes of Mrs. Obama’s stump speech as the “gospel of bitterness.” Levin finds Barack Obama to be preaching a similar gospel, albeit one that benefits from “a peppier and more upbeat stump speech[.]” Senator Obama’s enormous political skills make it much more difficult to discern the somewhat repulsive views and attitudes that are nakedly on display in Mrs. Obama’s stump speech.

    Michelle Obama seethes with bitterness. While she preaches the gospel according to Barack, she wears resentment and bitterness on her sleeve. It is therefore painful to listen to her. She’s apparently even still angry about her SAT scores. She didn’t test well in school, she explains. Somehow, she has overcome.

    Mrs. Obama seeks to convey convey the impression — she expands on the theme at great length — that Senator Obama’s campaign is, to borrow Joe McCarthy’s formulation, the victim of “a conspiracy so immense…” It is not clear whether the Obama campaign can overcome the power of these sinister forces.

    According to Mrs. Obama, the Obama campaign has been constrained by nameless forces constantly changing the rules of the game and thereby preventing Senator Obama from securing the nomination. Who are “they”? Mrs. Obama says just enough about these nameless forces for us to infer that “they” include the Clintons and their supporters. “They” seem also (incredibly) to include the mainstream media. These nameless forces have approximately the same specificity as the names on Joe McCarthy’s list.

    In her North Carolina speech Mrs. Obama reiterates the condescending political sociology that she elaborated in her Fort Wayne remarks and that Barack Obama preached at his closed-door fundraiser with the San Francisco Democrats. Given the modesty of her and her husband’s family backgrounds, Mrs. Obama denies that she or her husband could be elitists.

    Yet Mrs. Obama’s political sociology comfortably fits the What’s the Matter With Kansas? school of thought held by the Demoratic Party’s liberal elite. Indeed, it was an elite group of wealthy San Francisco Democrats to whom Barack Obama was preaching the gospel of bitterness in San Francisco.

    Mrs. Obama mocks the notion that she and her husband are elitists. She implicitly asserts that only those born to wealth are capable of looking down their noses at their fellow citizens. She does not think highly of those of us who want to be left alone by advocates of the administrative welfare state such as she and her husband. Moreover, she finds us guilty of making our children the victims of our fears. We are raising “young doubters.” (I confess!)

    But aren’t those in her audience afraid of the sinister forces struggling to hold the Obamas down? Apparently not any more than she is. If her remarks were to be believed, they would by themselves instill deep fears. Her audience seems to understand that her impassioned whining is not to be taken seriously.

    She says that she and Barack were born to parents of modest means, not with “silver spoons” in their mouths. Nobody knows the trouble they’ve seen. The burden of paying for her undergraduate education at Princeton and her law school education at Harvard has scarred her. It remains a motif of her stump speech. No one is accorded a chance to ask her if she thought about attending the University of Illinois, or if she’s grateful for any of the financial assistance that facilitated her and her husband’s attendance at the finest institutions of higher learning in the United States.

    It appears that no one in the Obama campaign has the nerve to speak frankly with Mrs. Obama about how her stump speech might be improved. She could benefit from constructive criticism, because she is woefully deficient in the ability to see herself as others see her. She has just enough self-awareness to omit her admonition to the Los Angeles disciples of Barack:

    Barack Obama will require you to work. He is going to demand that you shed your cynicism. That you put down your divisions. That you come out of your isolation, that you move out of your comfort zones. That you push yourselves to be better. And that you engage. Barack will never allow you to go back to your lives as usual, uninvolved, uninformed.
    As I said last week about Mrs. Obama’s Fort Wayne remarks: As long as Senator Obama won’t require us to listen to the missus, I might be willing to settle for the compulsory mental readjustments.

    PAUL adds: So Michelle Obama didn’t do very well on her SATs but was admitted to Princeton? No wonder she’s sore.

  27. Please, everyone who can….

    PLEASE MAKES CALLS TO GET OUT THE VOTE!!!

    Let’s kick some butt!!

  28. From TM: another reason I will never vote for waffles:

    A volunteer just came back from a WJC meet and greet. Apparently there were Obama supporters across the street yelling F.U. Bill! With a bullhorn no less. These people are scum. Whether you support Hillary or not, show a little respect for the President for cryin’ out loud!

    Now if it were the Shrub that would be another
    story 😉
    Shtuey | 05.06.2008 – 4:28 pm

  29. Confloyd
    God bless you husband daughter. Praying for you all. Fellow texan here to support you

  30. AP alert bomb threat in 3 Obama offices in IN. Terre Haute, Vincennes and Evansville IN.

  31. Page 20. What follows is the original penalty of losing 50% of pledged delegates. (It was later that the Rules and Bylaws Committee went “nuclear” on FL and MI.)

    Violation of timing: In the event the Delegate Selection Plan of a state party provides or permits a meeting, caucus, convention or primary which constitutes the first determining stage in the presidential nominating process to be held prior to or after the dates for the state as provided in Rule 11 of these rules, or in the event a state holds such a meeting, caucus, convention or primary prior to or after such dates, the number of pledged delegates elected in each category allocated to the state pursuant to the Call for the National Convention shall be reduced by fifty (50%) percent, and the number of alternates shall also be reduced by fifty (50%) percent.

    And again, see h t t p : / / blogs.cqpolitics.com/trailmix/2008/04/where-the-dem-rules-really-lea.html

  32. SKMF12
    Tell Michelle to go and sit her angry black arse down sick of her whining making 300K per yr seem like Goddamn Amerikka has been darn good to her. Cant imagine seeing her sullen face for 4yrs oh hell no.

  33. waffles is just looking for any excuses to keep those offices open

    they pull some stunt in every state.

  34. No Michelle Obama as our First Lady. She’s the most unhappy person I’ve ever laid eyes on. What’s she so mad about and why does she hate people so much?

  35. Michelle always crying about thier upbringings but cant respond or understand the middle class or blue collar america DUH.

  36. mj, I read on TM that rural turnout in IN was light.

    BTW, has anyone seen any Clinton people on TV the apst few hours? What’s their demeanor like?

  37. The Edwards in Time/People
    http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20197952,00.html

    Elizabeth Edwards likes Hillary Clinton’s plan for universal health insurance. Husband John Edwards doesn’t much care for Clinton’s “old politics.”

    So goes the his-and-her debate in the Edwards household (their kitchen, to be specific), as they spoke exclusively to PEOPLE Monday on the eve of primary voting in their homestate of North Carolina – the latest must-win state in this year’s protracted Democratic presidental nomination fight between Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama.

    In their first joint interview since John, the Democratic former senator and 2004 vice presidential nominee, dropped out of the race in January, the couple named what they liked and disliked about each of the remaining Democrats – and Mrs. Edwards didn’t hesitate: “I like Hillary’s health care plan.”

    What doesn’t she like about the senator from New York and former first lady? “The lobbyist money,” she adds.

    On Obama, she says: “The fact that he has motivated so many young people to be involved, I think is fantastic.”

    But, she adds: “I don’t like his health care plan or his advertising on health care, which I think is misleading.”

    John Edwards Speaks Out
    Her husband, who said he got yet another phone call from Obama as recently as last week (both Clinton and Obama have heavily courted the Edwardses’ endorsement, and Mrs. Edwards said she had an email from one of the campaigns that very morning), also weighed in on the pros and cons.

    On Clinton: “I like something different about Hillary. I think her tenacity shows a real strength that’s inside her.”

    What doesn’t he like about Clinton? “Um, still a lot of the old politics,” John Edwards said.

    As for Obama, he says: “Sometimes I want to see more substance under the rhetoric.”

    But he cited two things he likes about the charismatic young senator from Illinois: “One is, I think he really does want to bring about serious change and a different way of doing things. And secondly, I think it’s a great symbolic thing to have an African-American who could be president.”

    Differing Opinions?
    At that, Mrs. Edwards rolled her eyes and, gripping the arms of her kitchen chair with some exaggeration, seemed about to lunge from her seat. “What about the great symbolic thing about a woman …”

    “It’s important. It’s important,” her husband said. “I know it.”

    Bottom line: the couple said they will not endorse either remaining candidate, saving their political capital for their own causes – his, fighting poverty; hers, fighting for universal health care.

  38. birdgal
    I was just speaking with some friend in IN and from what they have seen and heard on the news turnout is average around universities unless they all voted early.

  39. I’ve not even let the thought that he might win both enter my head till just now …don’t know how I would handle it.

  40. dot48
    Who put that thought in your head? Go outside and run around you house yelling Hillary Wins Hillary Wins..You’ll feel better, you may look crazy, but you’ll feel better.

  41. alright all, I’m ready for this evening to be a pleasant one!

    and Confloyd, bless you and your family.

  42. Dot
    Can’t let go of image of hrc being sworn in. Hold that thought. Think it and believe. Positive energy fields will yield positive results. BELIEVE.

  43. well that’s it, I’m putting a warning up!

    Avoid going to drudge report, it will sink your heart, and I don’t even believe what he writes at this point, but still, his whole use of bold graphics in red is stuck in your mind, so stay away from there!!!

  44. based on my superstitions, I’m going to say that Hillary will pull of a big win in Indiana and lose in north Carolina, but it will be the large win number in Indiana that will be the talk of the news with how come Obama can never win these states? etc.

    I feel like something very good is going to happen for hillary

  45. I have been watching CNN,MSNBC and FOX, it seems that the Hillary campagine has been keeping their thoughts and feelings very close to the vest.

  46. evan byah missed a golden opportunity on FoX to set Hemmer straight on TAKING the nomination away

    WHY DOES NONE OF HER SURROGATES STEP UP AND TELL THEM THAT HE HAS NOT WON ANYTHING YET .. THEY WILL NEITHER ONE HAVE THE DELEGATES … GOD, THIS BURNS ME

  47. MJS say

    “I feel like something very good is going to happen for hillary”

    That’s what the Astrologist’s have been saying 🙂

  48. hope so laney!

    and btw, someone on MSNBC did say that Evan Bayh conceded that if Hillary were to lose both IN and NC, she would likely “do the responsible thing”

  49. Welll did they blow up any polling places? Yet another scare tactic and fear mongering by the elitist snobs campaign. I loathe him more every day. Got news for the party…he’s not electable.

  50. laney which astrology sites are you watching, I watch a few, but maybe you have some new ones, I like to expand my horizons 🙂

    Did Evan really say that??? hmm, actually makes me feel better about her chances as he wouldn’t have said that if she was headed for a loss. As we all know about the ruining dirty secrets to obama and if they come out in time before the convention, it doesn’t matter how far behind she is, if she’s in it, and the will of the people changes, she would get the nod!

    but still, a bit strange for him to say…

  51. New front page post over at VillarrealSports.com detailing how James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal helped us get thousands of more eyeballs on the video expose I made regarding Barack Obama’s ties to, and support among, terrorists.

    Also, some love to Hillaryis44.org in that post. Admin, your site has been THE bulwark in our struggle against the Obama-lapdog media. Thank you so damn much for all your hard work.

    Come check it out and if you have the chance, drop Taranto a “Thank You” for writing what he did. Our site got over 1,000 additional hits — and video views — in a few short hours based solely on the link he put
    in his column. Taranto can be reached at:

    ‏opinionjournal@wsj.com

    Link to the new post:

    http://www.villarrealsports.com

    Paul F. Villarreal AKA “Universal”

    🙂

  52. Realistic Prediction;

    Indiana, Hillary by 7-12%

    NC Barry by 2-7%

    BM renews call for Hill to drop out, but exit demos show that Hillary’s strength among, “Reagan Democrats”, has increased while Barry’s numbers resemble the final half-hour of, “Titanic”. Slowly, inexorably, the tide turns as Supers stop endorsing ANYONE for fear of choosing wrong.
    Hillary wins all but one of the remaining contests and begins to pull away from Old McCain in the GE polls, while Barry falls further behind.

    By the time we get to the convention, Barry’s liabilities (and potential pending court appearance) will have finally overwhelmed his candidacy.
    Hillary wins the nomination on the 2nd Ballot. We all cry with joy and relief, Big Pink gets invited to the inauguration, we PARTY like it’s 1992!

  53. Anything below 10% is a WIN, WIN in NorthCarolina.

    I hope that Hillary surrogates will pump up the results .. he was supposed to win BOTH ..

    Her surrogates I hope are getting ready now for the new talking points.

  54. Yes, texan. BTW, that 14% AA vote in IN MJS reported won’t be the final number. The actual percentage of AA voters in IN will be between 10-11%.

  55. Let’s hope they’re not stuffing the boxes in Gary – they’re on central time with us.

  56. Positive thougts! MJS I’m sure the person who said that about Bayh is just all talk – if Bayh said it himself Ill believe it but if its a media person – seriously! The polls did not close yet parts of In is still an hour back. Again please focus on POSITIVE thoughts!

    Hillary WILL do good!

  57. hahaha, cnn puts up text under clair mccascill as a clinton supporter, lol, they corrected it now tho, 🙂

  58. God .. I wish they’d let the polls close in other parts of the state before doing this.

  59. McCaskill is a bytch. I cannot stand the site of her and I hope when she runs again that they run her out of town on a rail. She puts me in the mind of the wicked stepmother…

  60. dot48, not only is she a bitch, she is a DUMB bitch. Heck, just look who she’s supporting.

  61. I love that the campaign kept Bill in NC just in case he is to deliver a victory speech there tonight, since Hillary will be delivering her’s in IN.

  62. McCaskill IS a dumb bitch and I can’t stand her or Pelosi. Women hating women. As Madeleine Albright said, “there is a special place reserved in hell for women who don’t support other women.”

  63. jr, that’s what the exits are saying but i don’t like to depend on exits. they always overstate obama’s vote.

  64. Exit polls, just like other polls, are vulnerable to people saying what they think the pollster wants to hear.

  65. Wolf Blitzer pinning down Claire McCaskill on allowing FL and MI to vote in AUG before convention……..all she would say is “seating the delegates”………….bitch………..made calls for her 2006 through MoveOn.org before I realized she was a WITCH and that MoveOn was a HUGE part of the AXIS OF EVIL. No longer part of EITHER ONE.

    Anyway…..people – WE NEED TO START PUSHING FOR FL & MI TO BE ABLE TO VOTE IN AUG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    KEEP THE FAITH!!!!!!!!!!!! BELIEVE AND IT SHALL BE -THOUGHTS CHANNELING POSITIVE ENERGY YIELD POSITIVE RESULTS!!!!!!!!!! HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON WILL BE THE 44th POTUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  66. Jake Tapper just reported on ABC World News that Hillary is going all the way to the floor of the convention in August if that’s what It takes.

  67. I’m gonna with what McCauliffe said about June 15th. He knows something. And he is giddy about what he knows.

  68. FROM ABC NEWS:

    North Carolina Exit Poll

    White Working-Class Voters

    68% – Clinton

    26% – Bambi

    (even higher than in earlier states)

  69. yeah HillGuy, Terry is interesting to watch, I hope it’s good news,

    whaaa I want to be in the know as well!!! terry let me in!!!

  70. Wow. I hope the SDs are looking at the working class voters. The dems cannot win the GE without them.

  71. WOW!! hillarys last days fighting for the white working class seems to have paid off, good news.

  72. good evening boys and girls

    i’m sittin’ back wearing my favorite hillary tee, ready and waitin’ for our girl to kick BO’s skinny ass tonight.

  73. hillguy..i’m not usually superstitious, but why mess with what’s worked in the past? what can i say, great minds think alike! 😉

  74. Suzanne (it’s “Su-zaaaahn”) Malveaux = warm for Bambi’s form = lookout, angry Michelle.

  75. alcina – Good idea. Think I’ll go put on my Team Hillary (USA silhouette) shirt, my blue visor. Watching Brazile talking “split decision,” “math doesn’t change”……….blah, blah, blah……….Bill Bennett now in the tank for Obama. Now Mr. Halloween himself. Roland Martin (can still see him in his African garb at NAACP Wright hate-speech). Blitzer now asking her about August votes for Fl & MI – no……”June, June, June” BITCH!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  76. I’m working on a proposal I have to turn in tomorrow morning, but I am peeking here! I tried to postpone the presentation but no go.

  77. Joe Friday, that is a good point. If you can recall, on the night of PA, John King with his CNN iMap thingy said that SDs will be watching the white blue collar vote in NC very closely.

  78. She has to run up those margins in rural areas to counter the black vote in Indianapolis and the NW corner.

  79. what are the odds that they will call it for hillary now that the polls close in indiana??

  80. Bill Bennet is only in the tank now for BO because he wants his party to have the satisfaction of dismembering him in the GE.

    As to Brazilla, every time someone says “math doesn’t change” I LOL because the SDs are impervious to the math. They don’t care. They want to WIN in Nov.

  81. Is there a site to watch each county come in for both IN and NC. I have CNN and FOX up on my computer.

  82. Gorto,

    Remember Ohio and Pennsylvania. They knew Hillary won, but kept dragging it out in the desperate hope that Bambi would pull it out.

  83. If these numbers hold, Obama is toast: after months of playing the race card, the chickens are coming home to roost, and Obama’s early-day appeal to Dems of all races is COMPLETELY over. Look at the breakdown — this is stunning. There is no way he can win the White House after taking on this much water.

  84. obviously, wright helped obama in NC to ensure he wins ie. 91% of AA voted for obama in NC which is a record high for obama

  85. Yes, is there a site to watch in each state, like there was for PA. This blog is terrific at figuring this out.

  86. phyl, BO got 92% of the AA vote in PA. So there was no record broken in NC. No credit due there.

  87. New article up for election results. We also linked to Politico’s excellent election maps (by county). [Warning: sometimes a horrid ad pops up for messiah wannabees.)

  88. Yeah, they want to milk this, for sure.

    But it will be interesting to see if they will discuss the serious problems obama will have, even if he wins NC, if he looses the white vote badly!!! Will the see it? Or just gloss over it?!

  89. Jesse Jackson embarrassed himself on national TV, repeating a DEBUNKED LIE that Hillary’s former pastor was a child molester.

    The pastor in question was pastor of a church in Clinton, NY – so the original headlines read “Pastor of Clinton Church Convicted”.

    Hillary has never set foot in that church – has nothing to do with the man, has never even been there.

    But Jesse just repeated it as fact on TV. Get this to FOX, because it makes his ass look IGNORANT and STUPID.

  90. hilary to launch massive sd campaign in the summer-target them with mailing and ads etc..

  91. They called it based on exit polls. I figured he’d win, but we will have to wait to see what the count is. Don’t be down, guys – there was no way she was winning a state with 33% AA’s voting.

    If Obama did not pull a lot of the white vote in NC, he still looks bad.

  92. anybody want to help to defeat Nacy Polosi

    Campaign Ad Compares Pelosi To Rubber Chicken
    Reporting
    Joe Vazquez SAN FRANCISCO (CBS 5) ― A new campaign ad running on several Bay Area television stations compare Speaker Nancy Pelosi to a rubber chicken. The ads are for Shirley Golub, a San Francisco real estate agent running against Pelosi in the June primary election.

    Golub said Pelosi has been too timid on President Bush, and should lead an impeachment charge. She said an organization called “Act Blue” is funding the ad campaign. As of Wednesday night, Speaker Pelosi has not seen the ad.

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