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McAuliffe says Clinton staying in, will win popular vote

Sunday, June 01, 2008

Too bad it's not the popular vote that determines the nominee. Furthermore, that claim is complete bulls@*# anyway. The only way that their number can be arrived at is if you count the Michigan votes wholly for Clinton, and give Obama none! Hmmm, that seems a lot like Soviet Russia to me. How many times to people have to say, HILLARY CLINTON DID NOT WIN MICHIGAN! 1) It was not a fair contest. 2) Clinton lied and left her name on the ballot when she flat out said she would not. And 3) no matter which way you spin it, this Clinton math doesn't add up. Get over it already, Clinton IS NOT GOING TO RECEIVED THE NOMINATION.

(CNN) — Despite calls from some for Hillary Clinton to abandon her presidential bid, her campaign chairman insisted Monday she will stay in the race until the last primary and predicted the New York Democrat will overtake Barack Obama in the popular vote.

“We are going through to June 3," Clinton Campaign Chairman Terry McAuliffe said on MSNBC Monday. "I can unequivocally tell you we are in until June 3.”

“We will move ahead in the popular vote. There are 1.1 million Democrats in West Virginia, there are 1.6 million in Kentucky, 2.4 million in Puerto Rico. We win by these huge margins, have good turnout there, we will pick up a significant amount of the popular vote."

Polls show Clinton will likely score big wins in the next two primary states, West Virginia and Kentucky, though it remains virtually impossible for the New York senator to catch Obama in the pledged delegate count. She lost her lead among the party’s superdelegates on Monday.

Montana and South Dakota hold the last two primary contests on June 3....(Click here).



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