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I know there has been a lot of speculation about how Hillary can surmount Obama's advantage in delegate count. Her detractors say it's impossible and she should step down. She herself responds that she's in it to win it, and will hang in there until the convention, thereby forcing a credentials challenge.

But what if there were a much simpler route to unseating the current leader? One that involved targeting Obama's presumed strongholds and bleeding delegate support for him from these areas? Has the Obama campaign badly misjudged their supposedly insurmountable lead? As Hamlet notes, "tis most sweet when in one line, two crafts directly meet..."

I know the subject will rankle some Obama supporters. After viewing the presentation below the fold, you will get a better idea of why I believe even his most rapt admirers will finally understand how ephemeral his hopes for obtaining the nomination truly are.

Before viewing, let me state at the outset, that many who visit this forum believe that the "traditional media" have shown themselves unable to follow the quickly shifting paradigms of the post-Internet political epoch. ABC's approach to the recent debate may be shown as but one example of general ham-handedness when it comes to keeping a finger on the pulse of the electorate, as they trivialized the real problems the country faces, by focusing on miscellany, and avoiding the hard questions, among them "How can Hillary win?"

Leave it up to the advent of viral video distribution for the real truths to emerge, and for a scientific and balanced assessment to be undertaken, free of corporate influence or ideological bias. With limited resources, but endowed with the wealth that comes with thirsting for the truth, what you are about to view may provide the antidote to our lazy and hopelessly outdated media megaliths, while finally nailing the question of which candidate will prevail in plain, simple terms anyone can understand.

Ladies, gentlemen, and transgendered individuals, I give you:

How Hillary Can Win

Originally posted to mrblifil on Fri Apr 18, 2008 at 11:19 AM PDT.


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