Attorney-at-law Hillary Clinton in action
Hillary Rodham Clinton has raised the possibility of a challenge to Texas’ primary and caucus rules days before the contest, sighting that the Democratic Party rules are not fair, and that workers have not been properly trained.
As I predicted, HRC will stop at nothing to get votes thrown out and discounted. Since our laws are written in a way that gives each Party 100% autonomy when it comes to rules and agreements (like not counting Florida), it’s now possible Texas will now be disputed (if Hillary loses).
With Obama looking dead even with HRC or leading in pre-polls in Texas or Ohio, HRC will do anything to challenge the legality of primaries and caucuses.
Seriously, is this the type of person you want unifying the country and repairing the U.S. reputation around the world?
Obama won Maine’s Sunday caucuses.
Exit voters described their voting mentality:
“I’m convinced [Obama's] a once-in-a-generation leader.”
“He’s young and energetic and Washington and the White House could benefit from some fresh air.”
“Obama’s a great guy. He’ll be great in eight years. He doesn’t have the experience in the Senate. He doesn’t have the experience in Washington. He’s not ready.”
I think Hillary still has more pledged and super delegates, though. It’s way too confusing for me to follow.
Do you get The Point?
Presidential forerunners Republican John McCain and Democrat Hillary Clinton won their South Carolina nomination primaries this weekend. Hillary also won Nevada, while Republican Mormon Mitt Romney won Nevada’s the caucuses.
(By the way, Hillary’s crowd chants “H-R-C! H-R-C!”)
As these photos indicate, POINTING is a great way to show that you are a winner. That’s why I always make sure to randomly point when I am out in public. Someone usually winds up taking a snapshot of me. I’m not actually making a point, but I am pointing- just like politicians and athletes who point. They pretend they don’t see the camera. I learned these traits from watching baseball and politics.