Rush Limbaugh Blamed for Obama Loss in Indiana

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Rush Limbaugh Blamed for Obama Loss in Indiana

Wednesday, May 7, 2008 12:12 PM

Hillary Clinton eked out a narrow victory over Barack Obama in the Indiana Democratic primary, but top Obama aides say Obama would have won if it were not for conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh.


David Axelrod, Obama’s top strategist, told reporters that he attributed Clinton’s lead in Indiana to Limbaugh’s “Operation Chaos” — his campaign to have Republicans cross over and vote for Clinton to prolong the nomination fight and damage the Democratic nominee.

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Only a wishy washy candidate would blame lack of support on a third party...
A firm hold on the parties endorsemnet would have helped either of these laughable candidates. The Dems only have themselves to blame, as always...
 

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Love it!

If the secret elite super delegates get strong-armed by the Clinton mafia and hand her the nomination (as is her plan), there will be rioting in the streets at the convention!

Michigan and Florida have had every vote tossed out BY THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE due to infighting by Howard Dean, et al. Wasn't this the same group who wanted every hanging chad counted?!?! And now they toss out two entire states! Whatever happened to make every vote count?

They're all hypocrites and crooks if you ask me!
 

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The idea that superdelegates, who are politicos that accept payolla from special interests groups will decide the out coe of our presidency, just pisses me off.
The dems have rigged this system specifically to suit themselves and when it does not go their way they sure whine...
 

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But it does look like spoons will pick the candidate... It certainly is not the voters or it would have been over already.
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (easymoney @ May 7 2008, 07:29 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
But it does look like spoons will pick the candidate... It certainly is not the voters or it would have been over already.[/b]
I knew the tools were picking the candidates!
 

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