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 …
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.
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?