Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Florida Resolution Will Leave Hillary Clinton Legacy of Lies

Florida's Democratic Party delegate seating, whether by half, or in whole, will leave Miss Mathmatically-Challenged Hillary Clinton no recourse than to continue to claim like Al Gore in 2000 she captured a majority of the popular vote, but not the nomination or candidacy.

Problem is, Gore did by all accounts obtain slightly more in what is regarded as the the popular vote in 2000. The difference between then and now? Gore obtained more popular vote in the General Election over George Bush.

In a U.S. Presidential General Election, the Electoral College factors into the final outcome. Gore lost enough states and Bush won enough states to give Bush the edge in the final tally of Electoral College numbers to Gore.

Despite all the controversy of 2000, the facts are the Supreme Court of the United States had to step in during the recount process which began statewide because the counters in the counties were not using a uniform method to determine "intent of the voter."

On the other hand, Hillary Clinton bases her claim of a popular vote majority on only the state Democratic Primaries she's won.

She excludes the caucus states Barack Obama won. If those were counted by Clinton as to the final amount of popular votes, Obama would come out ahead. Maybe not by much, but ahead.

Case in point, Texas.

Clinton won the Primary there, but in divvying up the delegates between the Primary and the caucus held in Texas, which Obama won, Obama actually netted more delegates from Texas than Clinton.

If Clinton were to include the caucus popular votes, she'd be lacking by thousands in the popular vote overall.

But because the DNC will likely seat 50 percent of the Florida delegates, who knows how they'll determine what is fair for Michigan where Obama's name wasn't on the ballot, Clinton will claim she obtained more popular votes in primaries than Obama.

The key word Clinton will leave out in her own count, caucus states where Obama won.

She'll simply lie.

It will remain to be seen whether any but her, her husband, her daughter, and her supporters, continue to enable her to lie, and lie themselves.

We're not holding our breath for the truth on this one.

NET The Truth Online

May 28, 2008, 8:15 AM
Clinton Casts Wide Net of Exaggeration, Claims to Lead in “Every Poll”
Posted by Fernando Suarez

During an evening rally in Montana’s largest city Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton explained to the crowd why she should be the Democratic Party’s nominee, but what ensued was a list of overstatements and exaggerations as she made her case. “You have to ask yourself, who is the stronger candidate? And based on every analysis, of every bit of research and every poll that has been taken and every state that a Democrat has to win, I am the stronger candidate against John McCain in the fall,” she said.

The problem is, there are a number of polls that show Clinton in a close race with John McCain, many within the margin of error, not including a few that show Barack Obama beating McCain by a larger margin than Clinton. The comment was intended to prove to voters that despite Obama’s popularity, she has what it takes to beat John McCain. Clinton said that voters have to ask themselves, “Who is the stronger candidate against John McCain? We have not gone through this exciting, unprecedented, historic election, only to lose,” she said.

For days, Clinton has been grasping at almost anything to make her case to voters as the clock in the campaign winds down. Most recently Clinton compared the plight of Florida and Michigan voters to the struggles of the early suffragists and likened the primaries of those states to the fraudulent election that took place in Zimbabwe...


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