Hillary Clinton Hammers Obama 55%-45% to Win PA Primary … Obama, Who’s Bitter Now?


Obama, did you wake up this morning feeling bitter after last nights 10 point loss in PA? Maybe you should buy a gun or attend church. Hmm …


Hillary Takes Pennsylvania

Isn’t it amazing what happens in a Primary when the people know what a candidate is all about? The liberal main stream media has carried the water and been in the tank for Obama since the outset. Now Americans are beginning to see the real Barack Obama and look at the results …

In the wake of “Bittergate” Hillary Clinton thoroughly defeated Barack Obama last night in the Pennsylvania Primaries, 55%-45%. It appears that Clinton’s people were correct as their internal polls showed Hillary with a 10–11 point lead in the Key Stone State. Two things have become obvious, Barack Obama cannot close the deal on gaining the nomination for the Democratic Party and Obama is no longer the clean shaven, innocent, pure candidate of change that he once proclaimed.

Full Elections Results here

While visiting a polling location in a Philadelphia suburb, Clinton seemed confident that she will pull off a win here, but made sure to lower expectations of how big that win will be. “A win is a win, especially under the circumstances when my opponent has outspent me probably 3 to 1, maybe 4 to 1, an enormous effort on his part on TV and radio on the phone, every way that is imaginable try to win Pennsylvania,” she said. “So I think a win under these circumstances is a terrific accomplishment.” 

Hillary Clinton Outduels Obama in Primary; however, in the long run Republican John McCain may be the real winner in Pennsylvania come November.

Democrats should be extremely concerned over the exit polls from the PA Primary. In November, Independents will vote for McCain along with many disgruntled individuals from the losing Democratic camp.

Obama racked up margins of more than 90 percent among Pennsylvania’s black voters, who are heavily concentrated around Philadelphia. African-Americans made up about 14 percent of Tuesday’s vote, and whites made up about 80 percent — and voted 60-40 for Clinton.

The last week of campaigning included a bruising debate between Obama and Clinton, who also pounded her rival for a recent remark that decades of economic decline had left some rural voters “bitter” and clinging to religion and guns. CNN exit polls showed that nearly a quarter of state voters made their decisions in the past week, and those voters leaned toward Clinton by a margin of 56 percent to 44 percent.

By the way Obama … who is bitter now, what are you clinging to?

 Estimated Democratic Delegate Scorecard

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  • Comments

    12 Responses to “Hillary Clinton Hammers Obama 55%-45% to Win PA Primary … Obama, Who’s Bitter Now?”

    1. Susan on April 23rd, 2008 3:25 pm

      Although I don’t particularly care for either Democratic candidate (both are utterly disgusting), I believe Hillary is the least of the two evils. Serves Osama Barack Hussein Obama (W)right :-)

      I’m looking forward to four more years of a Republican in the White House :o )

    2. Scared Monkeys on April 23rd, 2008 5:49 pm

      Obama is proving that he is a monolithic candidate … how is he ever going to win a general election?

      Answer: He can’t


    3. walter on April 23rd, 2008 6:39 pm

      answer:with clinton as a running mate, and the economy in shambles,oil at record highs,dollar at record low,food prices higher,2wars,bitter people……clinton was always expected to win PA, by much more than 9pts.remember polls had her 20pts up at 1time.party in charge is usually punished in these scenarios.

    4. riannon on April 23rd, 2008 9:53 pm

      Hillary hardly “hammered” Obama. She barely eeked out a 10 point win.

      Obama will be our next President, and thankfully so. Republicans have ruined this country, it’s budget, economy, and reputation; not to mention our citizens by sending our troops to fight, die and become maimed in an unjust war. Bring on the change!!

    5. sparrow on April 24th, 2008 7:00 pm

      obama does not have the experience to be The President of The United States. McCain will be our next President.

    6. sandy on April 24th, 2008 7:35 pm

      Hilary scares me….she has the face of Cruella DeVille and looks like she would bitch slap anyone who got in her way. I would much rather have Obama than her….she might have a hormone meltdown and let her finger hit the BUTTON! YIKES

    7. andy on April 24th, 2008 9:27 pm

      hahahaha – i told u guys months ago hillary was going to win……

    8. andy on April 24th, 2008 9:32 pm

      i told you so months ago. hillary was going to win. the scaredmonkeys are out of tune with the world, only in tune with their opinions.

      2013 will begin the dark years for the USA, created by the middle-east war

    9. jon on April 24th, 2008 11:02 pm

      Have you ever had as your boss a woman? You won’t like it, as I speak for many. When her period comes, watch it.

      Has the IRS ever harassed you for 13 YEARS, for a mistake the preparer made? Thats torture, and I know what that aspect can do to an innocent person. So I’m worried about McCain….his mindset….his psychological being……his psyche. His war experiences as as a POW.

    10. A New Girl on April 25th, 2008 7:10 am

      @ #9…. Wow… in this day and age…what a completely misogonistic comment !! So, when a male is grouchy and out of sorts….what rationale do we use then ?

      While I am not voting for her, give the woman her due credit for hanging in there while everyone else is attacking….her husband is an idiot .

      Don’t vote for Obama, whatever you do. Please join us all though in the 21st Century by keeping comments about a female’s “time of the month” out of the mix….ridiculous!

    11. jon on April 25th, 2008 9:59 pm

      We call the male a “bitch.”

      I do think it’s time to let Obama do his best. I most like his determination and exhuberence. “We can do it!” Yes, we can.

      I listen to Hillary and wonder if her cheecks have been injected with smile botox.

      Her husband is an idiot….you’re right.
      I believe we have this great once in a life “time of the century” to let a black man in….especially one who has meserizsed so many. If this happens, I’ll drop the females “time of the month out of the mix”, which is ridiculous.

      But I did learn a word from you “misognostic” Tnx

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