Thursday, March 20, 2008

TIME magazine: Can GOP Voters Spoil the Dem Race? - Yes, it is the "I TOLD YOU SO" post

Remember that article I posted explaining Hillary's inexplixable "surge" of votes and wins over Obama in democratic primaries?

Funny that - if a blogger posts an article about the GOP voters voting for Hillary once McCain won the nomination, the blogger is nuts, crazy, truther (whatever that means?), not to be believed, insert any other terrible adjective or phrase here...

Now, if a "respected" mainstream media publication, say, TIME magazine, posts an article entitled Can GOP Voters Spoil the Dem Race?, which makes PRECISELY the same point as me, suddenly that theory is more believable, valid, truthful. and now everything makes sense.

Which to me is frankly idiotic, as the media "experts" prove time and time and time again that they are as stupid and/or smart as the rest of us witness Jim Cramer advising people to not sell Bear Stearns stock, as that would be just "silly", days before said stock fell down to $2 and Bear Stearns ceased to exist.

If you believe everything you see on TV and read in mainstream media, and disregard the bloggers, it's your loss - stay uninformed and cheer on "the greatest democracy in the world" (with "the best medical healthcare" also, natch).

Bonus Material:
Here is The Telegraph newspaper from UK

Cafferty from CNN: "There's no doubt the 2008 campaign has been full of twists and surprises, and here's one more: Republicans are coming out in huge numbers to vote for Hillary Clinton.

That's right. About 100,000 Republicans came out to support Clinton in Ohio. 119,000 voted for her in Texas, and 38,000 in Mississippi."

You don't say Jack?

The Boston Globe article: "For a party that loves to hate the Clintons, Republican voters have cast an awful lot of ballots lately for Senator Hillary Clinton: About 100,000 GOP loyalists voted for her in Ohio, 119,000 in Texas, and about 38,000 in Mississippi, exit polls show."

Of course, since I was (very probably) the first to say the fact that the republicans voted for Hillary in LARGE numbers was the SOLE REASON Hillary got a surge of wins over Obama (after Obama won something like 8 states in a row), feel free to BURY this story as inaccurate.

After all, blogspam sucks - now, where is my remote so I can watch Jim Cramer again and invest in all the stuff he tells me to...

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