Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Hillary Machiavelli on K.O., Pennsylvania Update:

Apparently there are some voting problems going on in Pennsylvania. I assume that this can only help the senator "from" New York, as turnout should be Obama's biggest ally today. Which is bad news for him, as early reports indicate that turnout is by no means overwhelming:

Barack Obama, senator from Illinois, and Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York are fighting a fierce battle for Pennsylvania votes at the same time that nine Republicans and three Democrats are fighting for party nominations for Congress in the 5th district.
At Penn State’s Heritage Hall in the HUB-Robeson Center, where five precincts are voting, lines no longer than 10 or 15 students waited early this morning to vote.
At 9:30 a.m., Mike Gruendler of York, an Obama volunteer, said he estimated about 300 students had already visited the polls, which opened at 7 a.m.

If that estimate is true, and only 300 out of more than 40,000 students (according to Wikipedia, for what its worth). He needs these bastards to come out for him, now...

- This is a great read on the lack of logic that Clinton has incorporated in her campaign's thought processes.

She mentions a gas holiday, just like McCain...Ugg.

- On a lighter note, I just paid $3.91 for a gallon of gas in San Diego.

1 comment:

Bradda said...

Did you hear Hillary start cackling like a freak when KO brought up her meeting with and accepting the endorsement of Richard Mellon Scaife? Why does she do that when she's uncomfortable? She's scares me!