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  •  You actually believe... (2+ / 0-)
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    kestrel9000, zackamac

    ... that New York could possibly go for McCain?  You expect anyone to take your "analysis" seriously?

    Let me get this straight:  If a state went for Candidate A in the primary, and Candidate B gets nominated, then Candidate A voters will be so disgruntled that the Republican will win the state?

    By that logic, McCain will win no matter what.  And frankly, I don't think anyone can make a case for that.

    Sorry, but you don't pass the "laugh test" with this analysis!!!

    •  you sound like a 1st year teacher (0+ / 0-)

      I laugh on you now and let see who will laugh in November. Hillary voters pissed for sure and you live in a bubble

      •  We shall indeed see. (1+ / 0-)
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        kestrel9000

        I anticipate the day when we have President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Clinton hammering out a compromise on national health coverage.  In the end, it will bear Clinton's name.  That's the scenario I envision.

        I guess you are saying that YOU will vote for McCain though?  Hard to imagine why.  What exactly are you pissed about?  Obama having the temerity to upset the apple cart of Clinton "inevitability"?  

        Regardless of how this race comes out, I will not be voting for McCain.  It is unfortunate that you are taking a scorched earth attitude.  And, unfortunately you are probably not the only one with that attitude.  But I also do not think that you speak for a large proportion of Democratic voters.

        In particular, the idea that New York will go for McCain is preposterous.  The one thing you and I agree on is that we shall see for certain in November.

      •  Slight typo there I think... (0+ / 0-)

        You must mean "Hillary pissed voters for sure" by telling them their state was irrelevant... :-)

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