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MSNBC declares "Obama Scores Big Vicory in S.C. Primary" in large red letters.

Nice picture, too. Zoomed and cropped unlike CNN's. Good work MSNBC. I like yours the best.



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a year ago I was convinced Hillary was going to be the next president. Boy was I wrong. Obama is wiping the floor with her it seems. I think Bill has also hurt her. Overall I am glad. If this finally puts an end to the Clintons then I am glad.

OK for you more political savvy folks...is this the end for her (and the Clintons)?
 
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a year ago I was convinced Hillary was going to be the next president. Boy was I wrong. Obama is wiping the floor with her it seems. I think Bill has also hurt her. Overall I am glad. If this finally puts an end to the Clintons then I am glad.

OK for you more political savvy folks...is this the end for her (and the Clintons)?
I don't think so. South Carolina is small potatoes in the overall picture.

But, I think it does show that the Clintons (yes, both of them) may have squandered whatever potential they once held for pulling in the black vote.
 

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a year ago I was convinced Hillary was going to be the next president. Boy was I wrong. Obama is wiping the floor with her it seems. I think Bill has also hurt her. Overall I am glad. If this finally puts an end to the Clintons then I am glad.

OK for you more political savvy folks...is this the end for her (and the Clintons)?
I admittedly have not looked very far ahead, but last I checked she was leading Florida and a lot of Super Tuesday polls. Is this just that big of a defeat that people will write her off? I'm no political analyst, that's why I ask.
 

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I admittedly have not looked very far ahead, but last I checked she was leading Florida and a lot of Super Tuesday polls. Is this just that big of a defeat that people will write her off? I'm no political analyst, that's why I ask.
Florida doesn't even matter, though. As of now Florida doesn't have any delegates.
 
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Edwards at a distant third, pulling in only 19% on what should be nearly home turf for him is the handwriting on the wall. He needs to cut his losses and get out. Now.
 

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I hope it stalls Hillary completely. But it probably won't. Not that I dislike her or, to be honest, even care all that much about her policies. She can't win in November. She's the one Democrat guaranteed to lose against almost any of the major Republicans. By herself, she'll bring out the Republican base in toto. She's just too loathed by half the population.

Which isn't to say I'm dead-set against all the Republicans. McCain is pretty competent, pandering to the fringe notwithstanding. It might be fun to see a Ron Paul Presidency, just looney-tunes time all over Capitol Hill.
 

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Edwards will probably stay in until Super Tuesday. He has said that on a few occasions. He has the money to stay and seems to enjoy it whether he wins or not. I think he has a special deal going with Obama to not rock the boat unless it is negative towards Hillary.
 

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The racebaiting has only begun. Obama is an obstacle to Hillary's destiny. She is running to make this a country where children can play again.
 

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The Hilldebeast had to get the hell outta Dodge before she could make her concession speech. This weekend can't possibly get any better.
 

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I'm wondering if Edwards is staying in just to have his delegates play a pivotal role in a brokered convention.

As for the racebaiting, Bill started again today, reminding everyone that Jesse Jackson won South Carolina twice, too. I mean, it's just all those darkies who vote for Barack, you know. Don't believe me? Watch here:

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He also made a speech tonight making it quite clear that this campaign is all about a Clintonian Restoration.
 

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