- Feb 7, 2005
Your faith was justified, he didn't have sex with her.Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Sorry, I was speaking with a Hillary mindset in the first part of my post and lamenting your support for her in general in the last. I unintentionally looks like I was critical of you I guess. She is the one who wants to change the rules to her advantage and you spoke against it. I am saddened to see a person with integrity have to admit the person they have hope for isn't up to those standards. I remember how I felt believing her husband didn't have sex with THAT WOMAN.Originally posted by: sirjonk
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
Rules should favor only my candidate and that's the way they should stay. Just sorry you picked the person running for herself rather than the one running for change. You have passion, if misplaced.
Moonie, you haven't read any of my posts in this thread very critically have you.
Originally posted by: sirjonk
Florida should not be seated as is. This is pretty clear I think...FL broke the rules, so if any future rules want to have any meaning, the DNC can't take the results as is and seat at the convention.
MI caucuses disadvantage her b/c she tends to win primaries and lose caucuses. Did you think she'd be happy about it? That said, what's she gonna do? So what if she doesn't accept it, I don't see how it's her call. The party will decide and she'll just have to deal.Originally posted by: sirjonk
I'm sure some people didn't vote, but you have no evidence Obama supporters stayed home in larger numbers than Clinton voters. All evidence is this was a full and fair primary. It still shouldn't count, but your arguments are weak.