American loyalty more important than American dreams today
Clinton's 10 point victory reignites race
WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton has beaten Democratic rival Barack Obama in Pennsylvania, prolonging an increasingly negative presidential nominating fight and keeping alive her slim White House hopes. Clinton's 10-point win paid immediate dividends in fund-raising for the cash-strapped New York senator and shaved off some of Obama's lead in popular votes and in delegates who select the Democratic nominee at the August convention.
Look at who voted for Hillary, working class Catholics – if there was a more loyal group who would bind to you for life, it’s blue collar Catholics. In a depressed economy where the coal and steel glory of yesteryear really does lead to the very bitterness Obama honestly commented on, one thing is left to cling to, loyalty. Even though she had a 20point lead over Obama and he managed to whittle that down to 10points, loyalty won over dreams in Pennsylvania yesterday and the stage is set for an even more bruising nomination battle where Hillary can only win by a convention breaking superdelegate revolt which will alienate the youth and black vote plus the funds they have injected all of which will forecast a McCain win. The blood is on the floor, all that’s needed is for both candidates to slip in it – what a fascinating, fascinating election.