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Why is the media saying Clinton had a "comeback"?

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nageov3t

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I think the candidates that were decided in the smoke-filled backrooms seem a lot better than the candidates selected since then.
 

M0RPH

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Originally posted by: Moonbeam
An interesting question since Clinton has lost Texas.
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Clinton lost Texas eh? She may have lost delegates to a backasswards Primacaucas system, but she definately won among the voice of the voters, which is what matters when you're trying to pick the candidate that's better to run for your party. So you can spin it how you want in your own mind if that makes you feel better, but everyone else considers it a win for Clinton.
 

BeauJangles

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Originally posted by: M0RPH
Originally posted by: Moonbeam
An interesting question since Clinton has lost Texas.
:laugh:

Clinton lost Texas eh? She may have lost delegates to a backasswards Primacaucas system, but she definately won among the voice of the voters, which is what matters when you're trying to pick the candidate that's better to run for your party. So you can spin it how you want in your own mind if that makes you feel better, but everyone else considers it a win for Clinton.
It's a Pyrrhic victory at best. She needed to win big in Texas and failed.
 

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