Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Obama landslides in Virginia while Mac & Huck fight it out.

Fox News called Virginia for Obama at exactly 6:00:28 p.m. CST, twenty eight seconds after the polls closed. Given the flying lamps and disappearing campaign staffers, the operative words in Hillville are “stop, drop and roll”. It appears that CNN called it 8-10 seconds later. Hillary didn’t make it to minute two.

Both CNN and Fox say Virginia is too close to call. CNN’s Dana Bash is describing what appears to be problems with the McCain effort in Virginia. It appears from the CNN report that Mac took the Old Dominion for granted. We’ll see on that one.

The exit polls on CNN show the Drama of Obama won Virginia women by 16%. Could the era of the Clintons’ klepto governance truly be ending? Don’t bank on it, these guys have more lives than Christopher Lee did as Dracula in the Hammer horror films.

1 comment:

mccain/soros 08 said...

John McCain funded by Soros since 2001

WND ^ | February 12, 2008 | Jerome R. Corsi

Candidate's Reform Institute also accepted funds from Teresa Kerry

As Sen. John McCain assumes the GOP front-runner mantle, his long-standing, but little-noticed association with left-wing donors such as George Soros and Teresa Heinz Kerry is receiving new attention among his Republican critics.

In 2001, McCain founded the Alexandria, Va.-based Reform Institute as a vehicle to receive funding from George Soros' Open Society Institute and Teresa Heinz Kerry's Tides Foundation and several other prominent non-profit organizations.

McCain used the institute to promote his political agenda and provide compensation to key campaign operatives between elections.

In 2006, the Arizona senator was forced to sever his formal ties with the Reform Institute after a controversial $200,000 contribution from Cablevision came to light. McCain solicited the donation for the Reform Institute using his membership on the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. In a letter to the Federal Communications Commission, he supported Cablevision's push to introduce the more profitable al la carte pricing, rather than packages of TV programming.

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