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Clinton trounces Obama in Puerto Rico. After last two primaries on Tuesday, what will Clinton do?

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IT'S STILL WASH DAY, AND TELL HILLARY THERE ISN'T ANY SOAP IN THE
HOUSE!
IT WILL ALL BE OVER TUESDAY!
SOUTH DAKOTA AND MONTANA SEND HER A MESSAGE!

Lynn--my guess--Appeal.
Barack will be a great veep for 8 years--give him time to mature into the political world.

Americans are guaranteed freedom of speech and the last time I looked both Pastors were grown let them "tell the truth and shame the devil". Put a camera in the Clintons church(or do they have one)see whats going on there I am almost positive same ole song just different tune LOL get over it find out why we are in a RECESSION run tell dat!

Remember the intransigent Knight in Monty Python's "Holy Grail who refused to give up? Part valor, part delusion. That's Sen. Clinton. There's a clever depiction of this on a blog I visit: www.ampolo.com

I really admire Hillary. She is one tough cookie. I really used to like Bill as well. I must say I am tired of Hillary crying, screaming, kicking all the way trying to become president. It is sad. It looks like she would rather destroy the democratic party than to let Obama have as he as won rightfully so by way of delegates.

Hillary - please walk away with some dignity, grace and pride. My Goodness - wake up and help bring the party together!
I still think you are great- don't destroy that. You would have gotten my vote if Obama was not the best for the job at this time.

CONGRATS TO BARACK OBAMA ON HIS DEFEAT OF HILLARY CLINTON!
ALL CLINTON SUPPORTERS YOU ARE WELCOME TO VOTE FOR BARACK OBAMA!
LET'S PUT MCCAIN ON THE SIDELINES FOR ONCE AND FOR ALL!

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