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(Talking Points Memo)   Hillary Clinton cancels all morning talk shows and other public appearances on Wednesday   (tpmelectioncentral.talkingpointsmemo.com) divider line 799
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2008-05-07 12:13:24 AM
Prediction- there will be accusations from the right that Obama is trying to bully Hillary out of the race and subvert democracy by pushing for supers to decide after May 20.
 
2008-05-07 12:19:23 AM
Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey, goodbye....
 
2008-05-07 12:33:12 AM
HA times 20= my feelings about now! Goodnite biatch
 
2008-05-07 12:43:30 AM
Oh please Oh Please!!!!

It would be like Christmas in May!!!

Please go away hillary.
 
2008-05-07 12:43:41 AM
How "tough" of her.
 
2008-05-07 12:44:13 AM
Bill will have a bad ass hangover tomorrow.
 
2008-05-07 12:44:47 AM
I'm in stunned disbelief that the candidate I support, the better candidate for president, the best chance the dems have at winning in november, is going to win (has just won) the nomination.
 
2008-05-07 12:45:48 AM
Hmm....this could be the precursor to the end of the hillary campaign.
 
2008-05-07 12:46:04 AM
I thought she had three 'cojones'
 
2008-05-07 12:46:39 AM
I guess she's rescheduled the time for sulking instead.
 
2008-05-07 12:47:02 AM
Weaver95: Hmm....this could be the precursor to the end of the hillary campaign.

I had to repeat that. I love to hear it.
 
2008-05-07 12:47:08 AM
Perfect Headline at Hllaryis44.com:

This Account Has Exceeded Its CPU Quota
 
2008-05-07 12:47:50 AM
 
2008-05-07 12:47:50 AM
Alphax: I guess she's rescheduled the time for sulking instead.

or human sacrifice. chelsea better watch out - hillary would have NO problem sacrificing her first born to get the nomination.
 
2008-05-07 12:48:18 AM
I'm going to sleep so, so well tonight, and wake up happy in the morning.

Then reality will slap me in the face, because she'll still be campaigning.
 
2008-05-07 12:48:42 AM
Maddogjew: Weaver95: Hmm....this could be the precursor to the end of the hillary campaign.

I had to repeat that. I love to hear it.


Any normal, sane person would call it quits after tonight. that's a given. But we're talking about The Hillary. And The Hillary plays by different rules.
 
2008-05-07 12:49:19 AM
So is it over? Oh wait, were still in the farking primaries! Am I the only one starting to get sick of politics, particularly this election that, IMO, got underway way too early in the first place?
 
2008-05-07 12:49:41 AM
This is exactly what Romney did when he realized his days were numbered.
 
2008-05-07 12:49:51 AM
kmmontandon: I'm going to sleep so, so well tonight, and wake up happy in the morning.

Then reality will slap me in the face, because she'll still be campaigning.


She's going to concede the race, wish Obama good luck and then try to take the stage at the convention to accept the nomination. At this point it's just reflex.
 
2008-05-07 12:50:47 AM
This should sum up Hillary's efforts in Indy:

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2008-05-07 12:50:48 AM
Weaver95: Alphax: I guess she's rescheduled the time for sulking instead.

or human sacrifice. chelsea better watch out - hillary would have NO problem sacrificing her first born to get the nomination.


After watching Chelsea's performance on the campus tours I think she already did.
 
2008-05-07 12:51:02 AM
A Hillary nomination concession? Can it be a good thing?

You decide.
 
2008-05-07 12:51:19 AM
MrPerfectSU: So is it over? Oh wait, were still in the farking primaries! Am I the only one starting to get sick of politics, particularly this election that, IMO, got underway way too early in the first place?

We got an early start, because we're so very eager to replace Bush. I still want impeachment, but it doesn't seem to be happening, so let's choose his replacement.
 
2008-05-07 12:52:13 AM
Cubist Robot Party: A Hillary nomination concession? Can it be a good thing?

You decide.


Yes. Without question.

That was easy.
 
2008-05-07 12:52:47 AM
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2008-05-07 12:53:07 AM
What a grotesque waste of money for everyone.

I'd like to see it keep going just to see what happens next.

Besides, I wanted Kucinich and there isn't anything worth watching on TV anyways.
 
2008-05-07 12:53:49 AM
Holy f*ck.
 
2008-05-07 12:54:04 AM
Hahaha, Drudge is splashing 'Nominee' with a pic of Obama.
 
2008-05-07 12:54:38 AM
Stick a fork in her, she's finally done.
 
2008-05-07 12:54:54 AM
Weaver95:
She's going to concede the race, wish Obama good luck and then try to take the stage at the convention to accept the nomination. At this point it's just reflex.



Now, since you seem occasionally sane (for a Texan conservative), I have to ask - will you be half-way satisfied with the likelihood of an Obama Presidency? I'm sure you've got a few more preferable options, but just curious.
 
2008-05-07 12:55:31 AM
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2008-05-07 12:55:41 AM
Actually, subby, she canceled all public appearances. That's a little different and, uh, something more dramatic. It means that the campaign is taking tomorrow as a day for reflection and what to do next. It means that (a) they didn't expect tonight's results, and (b) know they have to respond to them with more than just "we press onward."

In other words,
powerlineblog.com
 
2008-05-07 12:56:00 AM
kmmontandon: (for a Texan conservative)

Scratch that, you're not in Texas. Where did I get that from? Besides the tequila I'm drinking.
 
2008-05-07 12:56:42 AM
I'm calling it: She concedes at tomorrow nights fundraiser in D.C.
 
2008-05-07 12:58:08 AM
I less than three you guys.
 
2008-05-07 12:58:28 AM
She just canceled them long enough for her advisors to find a new way to calculate that she won them both. She's not out of it yet. Well, she's just as screwed as she's always been, maybe more, but she won't ever drop out.
 
2008-05-07 12:59:06 AM
Woot!
 
2008-05-07 12:59:08 AM
kmmontandon: Weaver95:
She's going to concede the race, wish Obama good luck and then try to take the stage at the convention to accept the nomination. At this point it's just reflex.


Now, since you seem occasionally sane (for a Texan conservative), I have to ask - will you be half-way satisfied with the likelihood of an Obama Presidency? I'm sure you've got a few more preferable options, but just curious.


As long as Hillary loses, I really don't much care what else happens. I mean sure, I'd have liked to have seen Ron Paul win the Republican nomination, but since THAT isn't likely to happen I had to lower my expectations quite a bit. I just want to see Hillary lose and then record her concession speech for posterity.

As for Obama or McCain....well, either one of them will raise my taxes and do things I really don't like.
 
2008-05-07 12:59:51 AM
Speaking as an Obama supporter:

If Sen. Clinton drops out in the next few days (or effectively does so by drastically reducing her campaign), I hope to see a bit less gloating and a lot more class here than has been showing up in the political threads in the last few weeks.
 
2008-05-07 01:00:44 AM
kevinatilusa: Speaking as an Obama supporter:

If Sen. Clinton drops out in the next few days (or effectively does so by drastically reducing her campaign), I hope to see a bit less gloating and a lot more class here than has been showing up in the political threads in the last few weeks.


Oh hell no. If she drops out of the running tomorrow, i'm going on a 3 day bender.
 
2008-05-07 01:01:04 AM
I Said: This is exactly what Romney did when he realized his days were numbered.

He could still be McCain's VP.

/crossing my fingers....
 
2008-05-07 01:01:10 AM
Hmm... An independent WhinyCryBabies for Hillary Party, anyone?
 
2008-05-07 01:02:06 AM
Still pissed at Lieberman.
 
2008-05-07 01:02:33 AM
 
2008-05-07 01:03:08 AM
kevinatilusa: I hope to see a bit less gloating and a lot more class here than has been showing up in the political threads in the last few weeks.

You must be new here.

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That's the late Senator Craig Thomas (R-Wyoming). I was there for that disgrace of a thread.
 
2008-05-07 01:03:33 AM
I only wish I had a way to call Hillary every morning at 3am, and then tell her I got the wrong number.
 
2008-05-07 01:03:43 AM
kevinatilusa: Speaking as an Obama supporter:

If Sen. Clinton drops out in the next few days (or effectively does so by drastically reducing her campaign), I hope to see a bit less gloating and a lot more class here than has been showing up in the political threads in the last few weeks.


One would hope that both candidates would work to heal the rift that has been on display ...
 
2008-05-07 01:04:19 AM
From the Hillary camp:

"We never officially scheduled our appearances tomorrow so we can't officially cancel them."
 
2008-05-07 01:04:41 AM
YAY!!!!!
 
2008-05-07 01:04:59 AM
kevinatilusa: Speaking as an Obama supporter:

If Sen. Clinton drops out in the next few days (or effectively does so by drastically reducing her campaign), I hope to see a bit less gloating and a lot more class here than has been showing up in the political threads in the last few weeks.


I intend to lower the level of political discourse by any and all means necessary. Cat like typing, captioned pictures, beastiality jokes, and yes, even photoshoping candidates heads into Nazi rallies and NAMBLA meetings.
 
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