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2 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

Maybe.  Maybe not.  It's difficult to say how much persuasion the Superdelegates had over voter suppression and/or voting for the front runner.  The free advertising Trump got on the campaign trail allowed him to blow his competition away and I doubt Superdelegates would've made a difference.  The GOP tried every trick in the book to stop him from winning.

 

A lost of the Superdelegates switched allegiances because they quickly realized who the superior candidate was.  People forget how contentious that primary was.


That is not even close to why the super delegates switched.  Obama was the "superior" candidate!? :wacko:  That is some real revisionist history. The guy who won the Senate seat in Illinois and immediately started running for President? The guy with no work experience? The guy voting "present" so he would have no actionable record? Yeah, he was far superior. {insert giant snark tag}

And no, I in no way forgot all the ***** that went down on the Democratic side in 2008.

Go back and find some of the old D blogs. Read the stories about what was happening to the super delegates - the threats, the strong-arm tactics, the tears on the convention floor if they hadn't already switched to Obama to guarantee him the nomination.

Nope, they didn't move over for a "superior" candidate.  He was selected, and the DNC made certain he was selected to be the nominee. The question has always been, selected by whom?

 

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3 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

A lost of the Superdelegates switched allegiances because they quickly realized who the superior candidate was.  People forget how contentious that primary was.

 

People don't "forget," the left is just very good at retconning histroy.

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3 hours ago, /dev/null said:

 

Then in 2016 the Super Delegates forgot what a terrible candidate HRC was, which was why they abandoned her in 2012

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3 minutes ago, Buffalo_Gal said:


That is not even close to why the super delegates switched.  Obama was the "superior" candidate!? :wacko:  That is some real revisionist history. The guy who won the Senate seat in Illinois and immediately started running for President? The guy with no work experience? The guy voting "present" so he would have no actionable record? Yeah, he was far superior. {insert giant snark tag}

And no, I in no way forgot all the ***** that went down on the Democratic side in 2008.

Go back and find some of the old D blogs. Read the stories about what was happening to the super delegates - the threats, the strong-arm tactics, the tears on the convention floor if they hadn't already switched to Obama to guarantee him the nomination.

Nope, they didn't move over for a "superior" candidate.  He was selected, and the DNC made certain he was selected to be the nominee. The question has always been, selected by whom?

It's not revisionist history.  He was the more inspiring and charismatic candidate who didn't have the baggage that Hillary had.  Her Iraq War vote in an increasingly unpopular war would've hampered her in the general election.  He was the better candidate to take on McCain.  

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56 minutes ago, Doc Brown said:

It's not revisionist history.  He was the more inspiring and charismatic candidate who didn't have the baggage that Hillary had.  Her Iraq War vote in an increasingly unpopular war would've hampered her in the general election.  He was the better candidate to take on McCain.  

 

Good luck. Everything is part of a plot or conspiracy. Including this post, paid for by a deep state disinformation campaign. 

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16 minutes ago, BeginnersMind said:

 

Good luck. Everything is part of a plot or conspiracy. Including this post, paid for by a deep state disinformation campaign. 

 

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30 minutes ago, BeginnersMind said:

 

Good luck. Everything is part of a plot or conspiracy. Including this post, paid for by a deep state disinformation campaign. 

He somehow defeated the Clinton machine in '08.  Of course he had to get his hands dirty.

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Just now, Doc Brown said:

He somehow defeated the Clinton machine in '08.  Of course he had to get his hands dirty.

 

 

No, no.

 

None of your common sense Doc.

 

It must be a ...................................................................................................conspiracy

 

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3 minutes ago, B-Man said:

 

 

No, no.

 

None of your common sense Doc.

 

It must be a ...................................................................................................conspiracy

 

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These were a conglomerate of the national polls after Super Tuesday this year.  Of course the sensible superdelegates were going to side with Obama considering how close that primary was.  They saw the debates.  They saw where the momentum was going.

 

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6 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

These were a conglomerate of the national polls after Super Tuesday this year.  Of course the sensible superdelegates were going to side with Obama considering how close that primary was.  They saw the debates.  They saw where the momentum was going.

 

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 Agreed. The supers saw that the wind had changed and they had a much stronger candidate in the new and inspiring Obama. 

 

Did he and his people have to make a lot of calls to move the supers to see that? No doubt. 

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Remember how  Obama "won"  his Senate seat.  He was running against Ryan  and he got the divorce papers (which were supposed to be sealed) and used them  against Ryan.  Jeri Ryan (Seven o fNine) was furious at  Obama for  spreading their private lives over the airwaves.

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38 minutes ago, Wacka said:

Remember how  Obama "won"  his Senate seat.  He was running against Ryan  and he got the divorce papers (which were supposed to be sealed) and used them  against Ryan.  Jeri Ryan (Seven o fNine) was furious at  Obama for  spreading their private lives over the airwaves.

 

The media got the records unsealed. Obama didn’t get them through some other means. 

 

Way back in ought four when the Republicans cared about morality. Ryan wouldn’t have had to even hold a press conference in today’s amoral Republican climate. 

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1 hour ago, BeginnersMind said:

 

The media got the records unsealed. Obama didn’t get them through some other means. 

 

Way back in ought four when the Republicans cared about morality. Ryan wouldn’t have had to even hold a press conference in today’s amoral Republican climate. 

 

Yeah, the Chicago Tribune got the records of all Obama's opponents unsealed, but Obama's media consultant - David Axelrod - being an employee of The Trib was entirely coincidental and completely unrelated.

 

Change the names to "Trump" and "Manafort," and that same set of associations is an impeachable offense.

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Ryan was beating Obama until the divorce stuff came out.  wether it was him or  DNC dirty tricks,  he got in because of typical dim   slime tactics.

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3 hours ago, Wacka said:

Remember how  Obama "won"  his Senate seat.  He was running against Ryan  and he got the divorce papers (which were supposed to be sealed) and used them  against Ryan.  Jeri Ryan (Seven o fNine) was furious at  Obama for  spreading their private lives over the airwaves.

 

 

...well Jr was nothing more than a cardboard cutout propped up by scurrilous ex-Clintonites......and the syndicate ironically adopted a chapter from Nixon's playbook...."always attack....never defend"......will have to find book written about Tricky Dick....

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On 7/26/2019 at 6:48 PM, Deranged Rhino said:

 

granted, i am way behind the curve here of the happenings on this last week, specifically the Mueller hearing but.... 

 

perhaps i have missed it but i didn't see anyone, anywhere mention what was so obvious to me. that being... Mueller didn't testify, the Democrat Reps on the Judicial and Intelligence committees did. they crafted a narrative by making statements and having Mueller say yes to them. that is not testifying, it is enabling a narrative. he put not one word out there in his own words on the subject of, 'The Mueller Report'.

 

***** #######s, they think you're stupid. 

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34 minutes ago, Foxx said:

granted, i am way behind the curve here of the happenings on this last week, specifically the Mueller hearing but.... 

 

perhaps i have missed it but i didn't see anyone, anywhere mention what was so obvious to me. that being... Mueller didn't testify, the Democrat Reps on the Judicial and Intelligence committees did. they crafted a narrative by making statements and having Mueller say yes to them. that is not testifying, it is enabling a narrative. he put not one word out there in his own words on the subject of, 'The Mueller Report'.

 

***** #######s, they think you're stupid. 

 

Both sides just used it to grandstand. Mueller didn’t need to be there. 

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He did need to be there to expose his own shortcomings and that of the probe we were promised by everyone would illuminate all of Trump’s “crimes”. 

 

That you want to run from the truth is par for the course for your account(s), BM. 

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3 minutes ago, BeginnersMind said:

 

 

***** off, pissant.

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Just now, Deranged Rhino said:

He did need to be there to expose his own shortcomings and that of the probe we were promised by everyone would illuminate all of Trump’s “crimes”. 

 

That you want to run from the truth is par for the course for your account(s), BM. 

 

He didn’t say a single thing outside of his report, as he promised. The questioners, and I use that loosely, mostly just made self/serving statements. 

 

Ergo, his appearance was bound to be and thankfully was, a nothingburger and not necessary. 

2 minutes ago, Foxx said:

***** off, pissant.

 

Day of rest Foxxy. Rest on. 

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Wrong.

 

 

 

His body language, dottering, and lack of understanding of “his” own report were important to see. 

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7 minutes ago, Deranged Rhino said:

... His body language, dottering, and lack of understanding of “his” own report were important to see. 

it would seem rather obvious now that Mueller was nothing more than a useless idiot. one utilized to cover the reality that it really was Weismann's council and the rather obvious fact that it was an excursion to entrap Trump and provide cover for Clinton/Obama.

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16 hours ago, B-Man said:

It must be a ...................................................................................................conspiracy

 

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He essentially led with the race card. 

 

19 hours ago, Buffalo_Gal said:

The guy who won the Senate seat in Illinois and immediately started running for President?

 

Not to mention, HOW he won his Senate seat. Nothing like some unsealed divorce docs to clear the field.

 

When you step back, no one should be surprised how bad a President Obama was. His single accomplishment was giving a good speech.

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5 minutes ago, IDBillzFan said:

 

He essentially led with the race card. 

 

 

Not to mention, HOW he won his Senate seat. Nothing like some unsealed divorce docs to clear the field.

 

When you step back, no one should be surprised how bad a President Obama was. His single accomplishment was giving a good speech.


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