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  •  so Kos, whcih is more reliable (2+ / 0-)
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    HorseThief, MA Voter

    polls of an election months out, of the exit polls when an election actually happened? I'll take the latter. You're the one who always peddles "CW" on the Clintons.

    •  What? (2+ / 0-)
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      Tybalt, Dustee

      Clinton and crew claimed that hispanics don't generally support black politicians.  False.  Lie.

      She used her strong hispanic support during the primaries as evidence, disrespecting her own f-ing voters who were giving her a nod, not voting against someone else.  Despicable.

      And now that polling shows clearly that the same people who are supposedly too racist to vote for a black man don't seem to have this problem, people still want to continue with the garbage.

      Enough of this.  If Dems liked this level of divisiveness, Clinton would be the nominee.  Enough.

      •  well obviously hispanics didn't vote for Obama (0+ / 0-)

        in the early primaries, like Nevada or the Super Tuesday ones as followed in the later ones. Its obvious that even when everyone else was picking up on Obama, the Latinos were running away. Racial tension is REAL. The exit polling helps show this. This is not some Congressional seat where latinos are just voting for the Democrat. This is the Presidency. its nation wide. We'll have to hope the Bradley effect doesn't kick in.

    •  Hillary Clinton isn't running in the general. n/t (1+ / 0-)
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      GN1927

      Pres. Obama and a Democratic Congress must commit to joining the International Criminal Court. Bring war criminals and torturers to justice.

      by Tybalt on Wed Jun 18, 2008 at 09:16:39 AM PDT

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