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    Obama winning big! Hillary firing more staff....



    In the Chesapeake Rout, according to exit polls in Maryland, Obama won:
    Latino Voters By Six Points: 53-47
    All Religions (Including Catholics)
    All Age Groups (Including Seniors)
    All Regions
    All Education Levels
    And Women by TWENTY ONE POINTS...


    Can he win Ohio and Texas?

    For the first time, the Illinois senator has taken the lead over Clinton in the ABC News overall delegate estimate.

    This is the eighth straight victory for Obama, who is increasingly taking on the mantle of Democratic frontrunner.

    "Today, the change we seek swept through the Chesapeake and over the Potomac. We won the state of Maryland. We won the Commonwealth of Virginia. And though we won in Washington D.C., this movement won't stop until there's change in Washington," Obama told supporters at a rally in Madison, Wisconsin tonight.

    "We are bringing together Democrats and Independents and Republicans; blacks and whites; Latinos and Asians; small states and big states; Red States and Blue States into a United States of America," Obama said. "This is the new American majority."

    On the Republican side, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, won primaries in Maryland and Washington, D.C. and battled back insurgent candidate Mike Huckabee, the former Arkansas governor, in a Virginia primary made close by a high turnout of conservatives and Christian evangelicals.

    "He certainly keeps things interesting, a little too interesting at times tonight," McCain said of Huckabee at a campaign rally in Alexandria, Virginia tonight. "Makes it more interesting."

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    I guess it's that time again for a certain NY Senator to shed a few tears, The first was a pity party that had an unexpected but favorable outcome. And just like the baby who realizes mommy will pick her up when she cries, the good senator just might decide her tears can get things done.











    Enjoy The Silence.



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    Originally posted by mellowman
    Whats up ZEE PANYA??? Aint seen you round since the PUP got crushed......

    Nothin much Mellowman. For the sake of Belizeans , I wish them well.
    Enjoy The Silence.



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    Good analysis Mellow.

    Re: Texas...it's always been an independent state filled with steers and queers, so they say. Independent and republicans may vote in the open primary for Barack because they hate Hillary. The latino population are older, 2nd and 3rd generation, that may be republicans. We'll see. Until then Hillary can expect to lose everything in Feb.

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    Hillary is a sore loser, refuse to congratulate

    Clinton: Still no congratulations for Obama
    Posted: 10:30 PM ET

    Clinton did not acknowledge Obama's winnings or congratulate him on his victories over the past two nights.
    EL PASO, Texas (CNN) – For the second election night in a row, Hillary Clinton failed to acknowledge or congratulate Barack Obama after he won the day in dominating fashion.

    On Tuesday in El Paso, hours after Virginia had been called for Obama, she stuck to her “Texas campaign kickoff” message and did not stray from an energetic, Lone Star-themed stump speech. She did mention Obama by name, only to chide his health care plan.

    On Saturday night in Richmond, Virginia, Clinton spoke to a crowd of thousands at the state’s annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner, but she ignored Obama’s quartet of blowout primary and caucus wins that day as well (Obama also won the Maine caucuses the next day).

    The courtesy of conceding a primary or caucus loss — and then congratulating your opponent — is by no means required. But it has become standard practice during campaign season.

    Clinton congratulated Obama and John Edwards after their first and second place finishes in the Iowa caucuses. Obama returned the favor in New Hampshire, saying Clinton “did an outstanding job.” That courtesy continued through the early states.

    But as the race has shifted to a delegate chase with dozens of states in play around the country, the notion of congratulating one’s opponent seems, for Clinton, to have fallen by the wayside.

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