Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Hillary wins PA

All the networks are calling it for Clinton. The question now is what the margin is.


Anonymous said...


The Times-Leader reported this morning that Clinton won the state 55-45, and Luzerne County 75-25.

Let's recap. Barack Obama:

(1) Is on record as supporting live birth abortion (noting his opposition to Illinois' Born Alive Infants Protection Act)

(2) Dismissed the Democratic Party's base as bitter small town hicks who cling to guns and religion (I think he means us)

(3) Attends a church whose minister calls upon God to curse America

(4) Consorts openly with Al Sharpton, a prominent racist and anti-Semite

(5) Solicits and receives the endorsement of MoveOn.org, which published a vicious insult to General Petraeus

(6) Would not "reject" Louis Farrakhan's endorsement until Tim Russert and Hillary Clinton backed him into a corner on national television

(7) Cannot be bothered to show proper respect for our National Anthem (Obama was the only one who didn't have his hand over his heart)

(8) Just received an endorsement from Michael Moore, who calls the insurgents who are murdering our men and women in uniform "Minutemen." I am sure he will not reject this endorsement either.

(9) Insulted Northeast Pennsylvania's intelligence with repeated radio ads that imply that the Second Amendment guarantees the right to hunt and shoot at targets.

(10) Is married to a woman who is proud of America only when her husband is running for President.

Now, with all this information at hand, maybe that smart college boy from a real city like Chicago (as opposed to a bitter small town like Wilkes-Barre), and a Harvard law degree in the bargain, can at least guess why Northeast Pennsylvania sent him packing with his tail between his legs.

Anonymous said...

c'mon bill...
He'd still be better than George Bush Act III...and I say that as a Hillary supporter.

Anonymous said...

pj the wb lefty,

To be quite frank, I would vote for Bush for a third term before I would vote for Obama.

I would rather have the Oval Office empty (if you say it is empty right now, I won't argue with you very much :-) ) than have it occupied by Barack Obama, which means it will be at leat influenced by George Soros, Al Sharpton, and who knows what else.

Anonymous said...

Any Republican no matter how amicable or moderate gets the chance to tip the Supreme Court past the point of no return.