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(Politicker NJ)   Clinton, McCain winners of California primary   ( knbc.com) divider line
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2008-02-06 12:25:15 AM  
So, President McCain it is, then.
 
2008-02-06 12:49:38 AM  
DarthBrooks: So, President McCain it is, then.

Ya, looks like it. Maybe the McCain Presidency will finally destroy the Republican Party once and for all. But everyone still hates the Dems too, so we'll have a revolution and scrap the whole system and start using the Constitution again.
/trying to be optimistic
 
2008-02-06 12:52:58 AM  
Jesus Christ... just let California secede from the Union already.
 
2008-02-06 01:09:03 AM  
mactheknife: Jesus Christ... just let California secede from the Union already.

I apologize on behalf of my state.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:00 AM  
The two candidates closest to the center of the political spectrum. For California, thats unusual.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:11 AM  
mactheknife
Jesus Christ... just let California secede from the Union already. we have a better chance that it will fall into the ocean first.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:14 AM  
Sdecker: mactheknife: Jesus Christ... just let California secede from the Union already.

I apologize on behalf of my state.


Likewise.

I can't believe I'll be voting Republican after what the last 8 years has shown me.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:20 AM  
Ah, there it goes.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:23 AM  
Clinton, McCain winners of California primary ...

And all the rest of us are the losers.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:36 AM  
I'm a sad panda.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:41 AM  
Great, now I don't want to vote for anyone. I'll write in my dog, he'd do a better job anyway, an Australian Shepherd would definitely make a better president than these guys.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:43 AM  
How could ALL of these CA polls be so far off? This is wrong on a weatherman level.

Link (new window)

Shouldn't you have to be able to be accurate within 10% to have any credibility?
 
2008-02-06 01:10:43 AM  
*shrugs* Guess I'm voting for McCain this year, then.
 
2008-02-06 01:10:50 AM  
Great job California!

The people that voted for Hillary today are going to be every bit as responsible for Republicans running the White House for four more years as the people voting Republican in November.
 
2008-02-06 01:11:21 AM  
Proof positive that having a higher cost/standard of living doesn't designate higher intelligence.
 
2008-02-06 01:11:27 AM  
fark you, California. fark you right in the ass. You Terminator-electing biatches just made me vote for a Republican.

A REPUBLICAN!
 
2008-02-06 01:11:43 AM  
It would amuse me greatly if we ended up having to choose between the democrat accused of being too conservative and the republican accused of being too liberal.
 
2008-02-06 01:11:49 AM  
i think obama still has more delegates. The last i saw it was Clinton-837 and Obama-841. Even if I am off, he still has a chance to win here in the next couple of weeks.
 
2008-02-06 01:11:49 AM  
I'm holding out hope. It's not over 'till it's over.

Though to be honest, I thought that the liberal, urban Californians would tilt it in favor of Obama.
 
2008-02-06 01:11:59 AM  
So dems hate Hillary, reps hate McCain, is this going to be the first year that everyone votes for the other guy out of spite? God I hope so, that would be hysterical.
 
2008-02-06 01:12:00 AM  
So, President McCain it is, then.
The electoral college will not give it up to that freak, perhaps if you are lucky the Supreme Court will select him.
Besides, the Dems have to win so all you treason supporting GOP fascists have a liberal to blame for your farked up economy over the next 8 years.
 
2008-02-06 01:12:05 AM  
Because as goes California so goes... California
 
2008-02-06 01:12:15 AM  
Don't blame me. I voted for Kodos.
 
2008-02-06 01:12:16 AM  
Hooray
 
2008-02-06 01:12:37 AM  
kingdombuilderceo: i think obama still has more delegates. The last i saw it was Clinton-837 and Obama-841. Even if I am off, he still has a chance to win here in the next couple of weeks.

According to the Times:

Clinton 626
Obama 531
2,025 Needed

McCain 504
Romney 200
Huckabee 142
1,191 Needed
 
2008-02-06 01:12:53 AM  
I think Hillary had more Hispanic support than Obama, which turned the tide way in her favor.
 
2008-02-06 01:12:55 AM  
Zombie Reagan in '08!
 
2008-02-06 01:13:06 AM  
Vote Bloomberg '08!

He's effectiveness and awkwardness rolled into one!
 
2008-02-06 01:13:11 AM  
count the votes

/Missouri
 
2008-02-06 01:13:25 AM  
dudemanbro: Maybe the McCain Presidency will finally destroy the Republican Party once and for all.

If it's McCain/Huckabee, yes, that will really fracture the Republican base.

McCain/Guiliani is something Republicans can painfully swallow.

McCain/Romney would hold things together. But McCain hates Romney.
 
2008-02-06 01:13:25 AM  
Blessed be the annointed!
 
2008-02-06 01:13:30 AM  
What's the deal with the Democratic Party? It seems as though they love to nominate the most un-electable of the bunch every single time. Hell, the last two elections they've had a good chance of winning, had they not floated candidates that had the charisma of my kitchen tile.

This time, it looks like they'll nominate somebody that is not only universally hated by even moderate Republicans, but someone that even a lot of Democratic voters don't like and would not vote for.

*facepalm*
 
2008-02-06 01:13:39 AM  
I no longer believe in Democracy.
 
2008-02-06 01:14:04 AM  
Dear US,

We are sorry the majority of the Dem voters in the state are stupid.

Love,

California
 
2008-02-06 01:14:26 AM  
Nooooo. Damn you Hillary.
 
2008-02-06 01:14:31 AM  
BOOOO!!!
 
2008-02-06 01:14:40 AM  
buzzcut73: What's the deal with the Democratic Party? It seems as though they love to nominate the most un-electable of the bunch every single time. Hell, the last two elections they've had a good chance of winning, had they not floated candidates that had the charisma of my kitchen tile.

This time, it looks like they'll nominate somebody that is not only universally hated by even moderate Republicans, but someone that even a lot of Democratic voters don't like and would not vote for.

*facepalm*


Yeah, it doesn't make a lot of sense to me, either. This is why primaries are idiotic.
 
2008-02-06 01:14:41 AM  
Maybe I'm wrong here...but based on everything I have heard, a substantial amount of California votes were placed in advanced. That made them not available to count today. If this is the case, how can they call California to either candidate. Can anyone offer any insight?

/California resident
//confused
 
2008-02-06 01:14:58 AM  
The Democratic party -

Let your opponent royally screw over the entire country for 8 years and yet are able to show that people will still not vote for your party.

What are the chances Obama gets the nom. after tonight?

stupid california
 
2008-02-06 01:14:58 AM  
Thanks for losing us the White House, cocksuckers.

/was really starting to like the idea of President Obama
 
2008-02-06 01:15:04 AM  
Damnit, media. Only 20% is in.

Secondly, Obama has won more states so far, at 13-9 (according to CNN.com) and who is on the front page of CNN, MSNBC and fark?

F'ing Hilary.

I personally blame my wife and boss, who A. didn't vote, and B. voted for Hilary because she doesn't think someone named Barack Hussein Obama can win the midwest votes.

Both Fail.
 
2008-02-06 01:15:09 AM  
If Hillary gets the nomination, I don't think there is anything McCain could say or do to make me vote for Hillary.

It amazes me to watch the Democratic Party shoot itself in the head. They could have the presidency and they're blowing it. Unreal.
 
2008-02-06 01:15:10 AM  
So is the fact that these aren't winner-take-all states just flying over everyone else's heads? I mean, great, the major media corporations are talking about "winning" states, but it's not really about that.
 
2008-02-06 01:15:15 AM  
Nice. Democrats fark up *again*. Dumbasses...
 
2008-02-06 01:15:23 AM  
Um guys, this thing ain't over by a long shot.
 
2008-02-06 01:15:50 AM  
Fark it. I'll write in Obama in November.

Or I'll vote Green.

I hate what Bush and the Republicans have done to this country, but I don't think Hillary would be any different. She will never have my vote.
 
2008-02-06 01:16:37 AM  
LOL...anyone who believes a Republican has ANY chance in November is kidding themselves. The Dems could run Carrottop and win handily.
 
2008-02-06 01:16:44 AM  
buzzcut73: What's the deal with the Democratic Party? It seems as though they love to nominate the most un-electable of the bunch every single time. Hell, the last two elections they've had a good chance of winning, had they not floated candidates that had the charisma of my kitchen tile.

This time, it looks like they'll nominate somebody that is not only universally hated by even moderate Republicans, but someone that even a lot of Democratic voters don't like and would not vote for.

*facepalm*


Exactly. I will not vote for Hillary, under any circumstance. I would vote for the devil himself before I voted for her.

/doesn't actually believe in the devil
//not Republican either
///REALLY hates Hillary
 
2008-02-06 01:16:50 AM  
All you Hillary haters are pretty much female hating fargots. You really don't have any other excuse.
 
2008-02-06 01:16:50 AM  
I for one welcome our Republican overlords.

/NOT

//moving to Canada now
 
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