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    Quote Originally Posted by VolDad View Post
    I wonder what her delegate count would be without here super delegates. And WTF is a Super Delegate; they have magical powers, they from Krypton, they fight for truth, justice, and the American way,...?
    The super delegate stuff is way overblown. They're not committed in any meaningful way, and have never gone against the majority delegate vote in any meaningful way. It's a tactic to make her seem inevitable. Without the superdelegates, they're essentially neck and neck with Clinton's best states mostly behind her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warhammer View Post
    You and Alex Jones... I listened to a bit of his supplement infomercial today. He is full bore Trump is our only chance for salvation from the new world order which is working its mind control agenda to make sure one of their candidates win (which I gathered was anyone but Trump).
    I just don't see how a credible poll could be wrong by 20 points when it's a day old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    I just don't see how a credible poll could be wrong by 20 points when it's a day old.
    I agree. Polls that late in the race should be closer (to being correct). Polls are also easily manipulated I would imagine.

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    The Donald had a solid night. Looks like he's going to continue rolling not along. Very strong showing by Kasich in Michigan. If Kasich doesn't completely lose it between now and Ohio, he could very well deliver Trump a blow there. Not so much for Rubio in Florida.

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    Quote Originally Posted by y2korth View Post
    I think he finally took a hit from the Klan issue. Notice he dominated Louisiana early vote and barely won yesterday's vote? Something happened last week.
    I think Trump University hit him harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droski View Post
    I'd vote for sadam Hussein over old Bernie
    Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    The super delegate stuff is way overblown. They're not committed in any meaningful way, and have never gone against the majority delegate vote in any meaningful way. It's a tactic to make her seem inevitable. Without the superdelegates, they're essentially neck and neck with Clinton's best states mostly behind her.
    How many times have the majority delegate vote been for an outsider that the party elite does not want? That statement means nothing if they have never been tested.
    Last edited by VolDad; 03-09-2016 at 10:13 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennTradition View Post
    The Donald had a solid night. Looks like he's going to continue rolling not along. Very strong showing by Kasich in Michigan. If Kasich doesn't completely lose it between now and Ohio, he could very well deliver Trump a blow there. Not so much for Rubio in Florida.
    Kasich could beat Trump in Ohio but I found it interesting that Trump won all of the counties bordering Ohio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VolDad View Post
    Kasich could beat Trump in Ohio but I found it interesting that Trump won all of the counties bordering Ohio.
    I'm fairly confident Kasich will win Ohio. He knows how to campaign there and if I remember correctly he has a high approval rate there as a governor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zehr27 View Post
    I'm fairly confident Kasich will win Ohio. He knows how to campaign there and if I remember correctly he has a high approval rate there as a governor.
    But keep in mind, this primary season has had nothing to do with approving of someone. It's all about sticking it to the establishment. Under this scenario, I can see Trump winning Ohio.
    Shut up and coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayVols View Post
    But keep in mind, this primary season has had nothing to do with approving of someone. It's all about sticking it to the establishment. Under this scenario, I can see Trump winning Ohio.
    Very true and good point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    The super delegate stuff is way overblown. They're not committed in any meaningful way, and have never gone against the majority delegate vote in any meaningful way. It's a tactic to make her seem inevitable. Without the superdelegates, they're essentially neck and neck with Clinton's best states mostly behind her.
    Neck and neck is a stretch. HRC is up by what? 200 delegates? Now her best states are mostly behind her, but Sanders is going to have to do work in the Midwest if he wants to catch up. HRC isn't a foregone conclusion, but Sanders has a mountain to climb

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayVols View Post
    I'm talking about the expectation of the pledge. The fact Priebus went to Trump to negotiate a loyalty pledge in order to be allowed or at least avoid problems getting on on some primary ballots doesn't sound too voluntary to me. I fully recognize that it is a non-binding deal which just adds to the silliness of even doing it.
    That's the R party trying to save itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigpapavol View Post
    That's the R party trying to save itself.
    I'm past ready for the whole thing to come crashing down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcbvol View Post
    I'm past ready for the whole thing to come crashing down.
    Agreed. Modern Rs represent almost nothing I believe in. Modern dens are pretty much eurosocialists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigpapavol View Post
    That's the R party trying to save itself.
    Sure
    Shut up and coach.

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    After last night we know the value of Polls but:

    Donald Trump has a commanding lead over Marco Rubio and John Kasich in their home states.
    A CNN/ORC poll out Wednesday has Trump holding the lead in Florida with almost double the share of voters than Rubio (40 percent to 24 percent). Cruz follows with 19 percent and Kasich has just 5 percent.

    The poll of Ohio Republicans has Trump ahead of the Ohio governor 41 percent to 35 percent. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has 15 percent and Rubio is a distant fourth with 7 percent.



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    I'll just say this, if my choices this November are a self-described messiah chosen directly by God and a leftist Socialist Democrat, my head will explode.
    Shut up and coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VolDad View Post
    After last night we know the value of Polls but:

    Donald Trump has a commanding lead over Marco Rubio and John Kasich in their home states.
    A CNN/ORC poll out Wednesday has Trump holding the lead in Florida with almost double the share of voters than Rubio (40 percent to 24 percent). Cruz follows with 19 percent and Kasich has just 5 percent.

    The poll of Ohio Republicans has Trump ahead of the Ohio governor 41 percent to 35 percent. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has 15 percent and Rubio is a distant fourth with 7 percent.


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    What an embarassment

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayVols View Post
    I'll just say this, if my choices this November are a self-described messiah chosen directly by God and a leftist Socialist Democrat, my head will explode.
    Anyone but Cruz. Seriously, almost anyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcbvol View Post
    Anyone but Cruz. Seriously, almost anyone else.
    If he really believes what he says about being gods chosen, that is scary.

    If he doesn't believe it but says it anyway, that is scary.

    I am seriously thinking of either not voting (which I detest) or simply writing in rbroyles this November.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tar Volon View Post
    Neck and neck is a stretch. HRC is up by what? 200 delegates? Now her best states are mostly behind her, but Sanders is going to have to do work in the Midwest if he wants to catch up. HRC isn't a foregone conclusion, but Sanders has a mountain to climb
    Oops, things changed a lot since I last looked. Still, it is far more competitive than most have been led to believe. And the Clinton camp is getting tense after last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    Oops, things changed a lot since I last looked. Still, it is far more competitive than most have been led to believe. And the Clinton camp is getting tense after last night.
    Why? She has a huge ally with the media. It's almost embarrassing. Obama was just more media darling in the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigpapavol View Post
    Why? She has a huge ally with the media. It's almost embarrassing. Obama was just more media darling in the end.
    Because if she can lose Michigan, she is at risk in California and New York. The number of delegates in those places is so huge, losing by a few % points could be the difference in getting the nomination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IP View Post
    Because if she can lose Michigan, she is at risk in California and New York. The number of delegates in those places is so huge, losing by a few % points could be the difference in getting the nomination.
    Money rules CA. Michigan - same deal. She owns the unions. She sucks. Your boy's politics suck badly.

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