John McCains Wins Republican Nomination and Hillary Clinton Stages Big Wins in OH & TX over Obama.


Barack Obama … NOT SO FAST, the Democratic Primary is far from over … This is going to get real ugly for Democrats.

Last night during Super Tuesday Part II, John McCain won the Republican nomination for president for his party with convincing wins in Texas, Ohio, Vermont and Rhode Island. During McCain’s rather good victory speech last night he made a most important comment that was not lost on his supporters, “The most important race begins.” Shortly after McCain secured the delegates to win the nomination Mike Huckabee withdrew from the race.


(Hillary Clinton all smiles after big and needed wins in Ohio & Texas)

However, the story of the night was Hillary Clinton’s  large margin of victory  in Ohio (54%-44%). and even more surprising win in Texas (51%-48%) over Barack Obama. Is Hillary Clinton mathematically eliminated as some say? Who knows. The problem now is that the Democratic primary blood bath is about to begin and go on for some time. Give the Clinton’s and inch and let them smell blood and watch them go on the attack. Personally, Barack Obama does not even know what’s about to hit him. His campaign in recent weeks has made such rookie mistakes and the Hillary Clinton capitalised on them last night. 

In politics, perception is everything and the perception now is that Hillary Clinton has to mojo and Barack Obama has been staggered with a left hook. Hillary Clinton’s plan is obvious. Team Hillary smells blood and they are about to unleash hell on Obama proving that the cannot stand up to the pressures on the job.

Big Wins for Clinton in Texas and Ohio; McCain Is In as G.O.P. Choice

“No candidate in recent history — Democratic or Republican — has won the White House without winning the Ohio primary,” Mrs. Clinton, of New York, said at a rally in Columbus, Ohio. “We all know that if we want a Democratic president, we need a Democratic nominee who can win Democratic states just like Ohio.”

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  • Comments

    8 Responses to “John McCains Wins Republican Nomination and Hillary Clinton Stages Big Wins in OH & TX over Obama.”

    1. katablog on March 5th, 2008 8:22 am

      It will be interesting to see how Hillary pulls this out, but mark my words, she will use everything in the Clinton Dirty Play Book to do so.

      We may still see Obama as a third party candidate.

      SM: Still a problem with the math question when you get presented the sum of 0 plus 0 = 0.

    2. Jerry from Ohio on March 5th, 2008 8:42 am

      Well while I am not a McCain fan at least if Shrillery does win the Dem nod then we will have an experienced true warrior for the next 4 years .
      I truly think that the mid east rumors are what did Obama in the people are too afraid that he would side with the mid east against us .

    3. SL-Gloria on March 5th, 2008 10:45 am

      It seems as if Ohio and Texas have democrats that went through the trouble of analyzing the content of Obama’s speeches and his populist promises of redemption in a social paradise.

    4. katablog on March 5th, 2008 7:37 pm

      I’m not a McAmnesty fan either. but the Hillabeast would be more than I could bear. I could no longer see America as my country.

    5. Patti on March 5th, 2008 10:12 pm

      Word is from Texas that alot of voters were given

      the run around on WHERE exactly the polls were…

      … imagine that…


    6. James on March 6th, 2008 10:03 am

      Hillary would not be running if she weren’t Bill Clinton’s wife. She reminds me of trying to squabble with a woman in a relationship. She’s all claws and visciousness. She has no military experience and thus=no clue. A female as USA President=rest of the world would view this as a weakness. I donot want her as my Commander-In-Chief. Problem is, there isn’t much else to choose from but I’d take John McCain over anything that’s out there at this time. Bush has pretty much ripped the USA into something other than what it used to be.

    7. Dee on March 6th, 2008 3:42 pm

      Whatever experience Senator Clinton has or has’nt
      got it’s still a lot more than Obama,
      At least she had 8yr’s on the job training
      with President Clinton.

    8. Dee on March 6th, 2008 5:07 pm

      James are you for real ????
      female President;s past & present Ireland, 2 Germany, England, India,Philippines,ALSO
      President Clinton& Senator Clinton,are highly
      regarded all over the WORLD!!!!


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