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Clinton Tells Supporters,"I'M in This Race to Fight for You"

US Politics & Gov't  (tags: USA, Hillary Clinton, Democratic presidential race, Pennsylvania, PA primary win, Beat Obama, White vote, delegates, superdelegates, White House )

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"I'm in this race to fight for you ... You know you can count on me to stand up strong for you every single day in the White House." Clinton will pick up a majority of the state's 158 delegates. whites made up about 80 percent -- and voted 60-40 for her!


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Kathleen Hilliker (293)
Wednesday April 23, 2008, 4:47 am
Some counted me out and said to drop out,” the former first lady told supporters cheering her triumph in a state where she was outspent by more than two-to-one. “But the American people don't quit. And they deserve a president who doesn't quit, either.”

A loser in Pennsylvania, Obama turns attention to Indiana
Clinton says tide is turning
Exit polls: Whites, blue-collar voters stick with Clinton
With Pennsylvania victory, Clinton survives for yet another day
Clinton picks up delegates in Pennsylvania primary

“Because of you, the tide is turning.”

Hans L (958)
Thursday April 24, 2008, 10:36 am
Dear Kactus Kat!
The problem is that beating the other democratic candidate is not the real fight...the republicans benefit from the fact that they can campaign since months when the democrates will start in June!
But the USA will get the president that it deserves!

Ruud H (35)
Thursday April 24, 2008, 11:10 am
I'm getting sick of the abusive use of the word 'fight' ...

Darlene K (356)
Thursday April 24, 2008, 1:49 pm
Noted, and I am impressed with her endurance throughout the massive negative position this election seems to be taking on..., thank you Kat.

. (0)
Thursday April 24, 2008, 5:39 pm
Whether it's Hilary or obama,who gets the nomination,and possibly the Presidency,it will still be a dissapointment.The elite will still control America,there will be no universal healthcare,the minimum wage won't rise enough to take people out of poverty,most tax dollars will still go to the corporations,America will still be embroiled in wars that benefit no one,and China will still take your jobs.It's not about personalities,it's about real policies,and real radical redistribution of wealth and power.Neither Obama or Clinton can deliver that..though either will be better than this trainwreck of a government,that currently holds power.Politicians can only make slight changes in Western countries these days.Real power is with corporations.Here in the UK ,Rupert Murdoch has more power than our (so called)Labour government,who like the Democrats,dissapoint everytime.

K U Harder (8)
Thursday April 24, 2008, 6:56 pm
Rob L, may I adopt you? Brilliant comment - intelligent, insightful, and SO true. (But do an old lady a favour and please space between your sentences. I had a hell-of-a-time reading it.)

Richard H (0)
Friday April 25, 2008, 12:00 am
Clinton, Bush, more of the same. If their lips are moving they are lying. We need real change. You only get the Party support if you march in step with the party line. We need a "peoples party". Have you noticed no politicians are talking about the debt, or how we are going to pay for Medicare and social security. The only real answers involve raising taxes and carving up some "sacred cows". They all want us to think everything is going to be OK if we just close our little eyes and minds and wish,wish,wish. Don't trust them, ask tuff questions and vote with your brain, not your heart.

Kathleen Hilliker (293)
Friday April 25, 2008, 6:00 am
Richard, if you want ANYONE ON EARTH to read what you've written, you're going to prove that you're not a TROLL. In the meantime, please find somewhere else to do your bashing, ranting, and commentaries on your somewhat strange political views......
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