Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Hillary Clinton wins Pennsylvania Democratic Primary!!!

Hillary Clinton wins Pennsylvania by 10%

Vote: Clinton: 55%

Obama: 45%

Obama outspent Hillary 3 t0 1, and still couldn't deliver the knock-out punch. Pennsylvania is Hillary country, so he wasn't gonna win, no matter how much he spent. Over 10 million is alot, but you can't buy votes. Pennsylvania is NOT for sale, I think Sen.Obama miss that sign.

Hillary Clinton got her double-digit win in Pennsylvania. Now she's on her way to Indiana, and President Clinton has four stops in North Carolina. Hillary's ahead in Indiana by 11 one poll, some from 6-10 in other polls. In North Carolina, she's down 9 in one poll, and the highest I saw was 15 down for her. She has a battle in NC, but two weeks is long way, and anything can happen.

Obama couldn't close the deal, so much cash on hand, over 7 weeks to argue his case, and loss. Pennsylvania is a swing state, and he failed to show his strengths among lunch bucket-blue collar democrats.

Many are now asking: With some much cash and appeal for Obama, a woman with high negatives and unfavorable rating, and still can't close the deal??? Super delegates may move a little to Hillary Clinton, but are still frozen until May 6's next primaries. Obama needed to win Pennsylvania to give his electability a boost, but it was just down-graded even more. Good night for Hillary Clinton, a disappointing night for Barack Obama!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Clinton: "A Win is a Win"!!!!!

Polls will be closing less than two hours in Pennsylvania, and turn out is not so high in Philly.

If turnout's not high in Philly than that might not be good for Obama.

If Hillary Clinton win by 8-10 percent than it may be a boost for her in momentum, and could take back the popular vote.

If Clinton win by 12%-15% percent than that would be a mini-landslide. IF it's 15% or maybe more than Obama has fail to win a key swing state to prove he's can carry a diverse state with blue collar Democrats.

The Reality is Obama needs to win more than Hillary does. Obama won't win Pennsylvania, but how big the loss? I say between 12%-15% percent. If it's over 15%, even better for Hillary, and superdelegates will take notice.

I'll be up with Primart coverage as the votes come in!

Monday, April 21, 2008

Hillary Clinton's New AD "kitchen" before Pennsylvania Primary!!!

Hey everybody, I'm back! I know it's been a long time, but I'm back in time for Pennsylvania Primary, and the expectations are high.

My predictions for tomorrow is Hillary Clinton will win, but by how much???

I say she'll win at least between 10%-15% percent. I wouldn't be surprise it's between 18%-20% percent.

Some say the new AD above from the Clinton camp is politics of fear. I don't think so, and it's ridiculous for the Obama camp to assert that.

The new AD out a day before the Primary in PA ask a simple question, some thinking, and an answer. It's makes people think, and it appears the Obama camp doesn't like that.

Oh well, enjoy the new "kitchen AD". If you can't stand the heat, then get out of the kitchen. From the poor performance in the debate by obama, and now saying Hillary is using the fear card is a wild theory.

Get into the AD, this AD makes people think!