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Hillary Defiant Until the End?

There's talk again about Clinton dropping out of the Democratic race because it has become so divisive. More specifically, talk about some Democrats wanting her to get out of the race and, perhaps, some behind-the-scenes attempts to get her to do so. Lately, though, I've heard her mention the credentialing of delegates at the convention, as if there will be, quite naturally and as a matter of course, a fight over the delegates from Michigan and Florida. (Never mind that the rules were established long before the primary season began, and everybody involved knew it.)

Some folks — ah, the naiveté is almost refreshing — some folks say that Clinton wouldn't really hold out till the end. She wouldn't really fight it out at the convention. She wouldn't want to tear the party apart.


If Hillary thought it would get her back in the White House, she'd tear apart her parents' graves.

And if Bill thought it would get him back in the White House, he'd open the coffins and piss in them.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Thu. 03/27/08 07:54:55 AM
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