Was Pennsylvania a win for Hillary or an overall win for McCain?
The ultimate winner in the Pennsylvania Democrat Primary wasn’t Hillary Clinton, if anything it had to be John McCain. I hate to sound like brainy smurf, but yet again I was right. I said Barack Obama can’t win the major populous states, and sure enough the double-digit defeat of Obama just proved it. It’s hard to give myself a self-high five. So Hillary hangs on to fight another day, and the Democrat Party inches one day closer to a full blown civil war. I have my binoculars and popcorn ready. I have a feeling Howard Dean might be curled up under his desk in the fetal position sucking his thumb muttering, “What are we going to do”? For the life of me, I can’t understand why the media and other Democrats wanted Hillary to drop out of the race? If anyone should drop out should be Obama. The Democrat Party and the media pumped the illusion of Barack Obama up to be bigger then life. He was supposed to be the second coming of John F Kennedy, yet the great over hyped speech giver can’t win a major state? What is wrong with that picture? Hillary Clinton has more negatives working against her then George Bush, yet she has managed to slaughter Obama in the states Democrats would have to win in November to win the presidency. This is what I’m trying to understand. Most Democrats say they are sick and tired of the Clintons, yet how come Hillary has broad appeal among Democrats voters in different groups? The only group Hillary isn’t doing well in is among blacks and young college kids. What I’m about to say is something no political pundit has yet to pick up on. Nobody has noticed how weak the black vote is in the battleground states, like Ohio, Pennsylvania, California, and New York, Texas etc. The overwhelming majority of blacks have been casting ballots for Obama, yet in the states that count the most on the Electoral College map Hillary has beaten Obama by double digits in those states. Al Sharpton said on the Bill O’Rieily show there will be protests in the streets if Obama is denied the nomination. Well, I guess Sharpton and company might want to get some comfortable marching shoes ready. The reality is that there aren’t enough delegates left for Hillary or Obama to win in order to secure the nomination. So that means that the “Super Delegates” are going to have to decide who gets the nomination. Either way a candidate and their supporters AREN’T GOING TO BE HAPPY. These are the options facing the Democrat Party. If the Super Delegates pick Obama, they will pick a candidate that really only has support among blacks and former Ron Paul youth voters. If the Super Delegates pick Hillary, then there will be riots in the streets among blacks, “No Justice No Peace”etc. I wonder can I still secure the Pay Per View rights to broadcast the Democrat National Convention Battle Royal? This should be fun.