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  •  Same. I'd throw in some $$ if Hillary agreed... (1+ / 0-)
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    ...that she'd drop out of the race.

    I wouldn't be surprised if a few thousand, 100k, or perhaps even million other Obama donors would feel the same way!

    We're in a culture that increasingly holds that science is just another belief. - Alan Alda

    by sawgrass727 on Sat May 10, 2008 at 03:04:53 PM PDT

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    •  I would too if... (0+ / 0-)

      but what if she took the opportunity to say "Oh wow! Look at how much money I have collected from donors. This just proves that I should be the candidate!" Can you tell that I don't trust her?

      "Some folks are wise and some are otherwise." --Tobias George Smolett

      by lynneinfla on Sat May 10, 2008 at 03:30:07 PM PDT

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      •  END Not Suspend, the HRC campaign. (0+ / 0-)

        Let's get serious here. If she agrees finally  to end the race, not just suspend it, so her campaign does not decide on August 1 to make a last charge up the Front Range because an asteroid might have appeared in the sky (unforeseen asteroids being what has to hit O for her to have any chance of returning, in the vocabulary I use), I would be willing for the benefit of the party and my candidate, O, to hold a fundraiser for debt retirement for HRC. Where I am, what that means is that the ones who come, arrive at my house, leave money, cluck at the decorating and my paint choices,  eat  cheap canapes  and drink cheap beverages if they like what I put out, and either stand around doing the kind of ugly chitchat I have objected to here, or just leave with a napkin full of food, having done a difficult duty which will nevertheless allow the O campaign to go forward without fear of any  HRC resurrection. I then send the money to a specific fund organized by somebody or other for this specific purpose and she gets it when the deal says she does. Do I want to do this?
        No. Will I do it to achieve the goal set forth in the first lines of this post. Yes.

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