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Sunday, February 10, 2008

Hillary Weeps, Obama Sweeps

Sorry, Mrs. Clinton, you're gonna need more than tears to stop the Obama train. Is this who we want in charge of The Football?



While Hillary was shedding tears, Barak Hussein Obama handed her three defeats that ranged from decisive to devastating, in a race for the Democratic Party nomination that is still a statistical dead-heat, with Clinton holding on to a less than 1% lead in delegates.

The Republicans also held primaries today, but nobody cares since the only two left are the eventual nominee and his probable running-mate.

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