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Nightcap- Post Super Wednesday

water of lifeI can’t figure out why I feel so battered. I have never seen anything like the mobilzation against Clinton. But the funny thing is that she is proving her claims correct: she can take what they’re throwing at her, she can be down in the money count- she still wins, by a LOT in the big states where it counts.

Joe, I’ll have a Basil-Haydens light on the ice. Heck get me an ice pack. I’m black and blue and finally know exactly how she feels. Gotta get up tomorrow and do it again.

This is a nice bar, not too demanding. The lights are therapeutically dimmed, the music slow and sultry. Who’s the piano player? Well, whoever she is, she knows exactly what I want:

Set’em up, Joe.

5 Responses

  1. Ahhh, Nina Simone, you say?
    The whiskey’s smooth. Nice and light.
    Feelin’ better already.

  2. Hey, get well and feel better.

    I checked here a lot the other night, but was very quiet and didn’t comment. Was really watching the returns. Good haul!

    Hillary is something else, isn’t she? You know, I felt the republican threw everything at her and didn’t stop her. Now it’s the democratic guys who are throwing everything, including the kitchen sink, at her, and can’t stop her.

    She is amazing!

  3. What is it that’s driving this? It’s crazy. Is there that much fear that a woman can’t win in November? Jeez, how did Indira Gandhi and Benazir Bhutto get elected? My Indian friends are laughing at us. They think we’re the biggest hypocrits on the planet.

  4. I expected the Republicans to throw everything at her. I did not expect the Democrats to be competing with them to see who can throw faster and higher.

    The logic seems to be this: Hillary can’t win because the Republicans will say the following fifty bad things about her, and rather than fight those things, we’ll just blame Hillary for the fact that the Republicans hate her.

    Now, HRC isn’t entitled to every Democrat’s support, at least not yet, I understand why the Iraq war vote sticks in a lot of peoples’ craws — but still, the acceptance of the inevitability of it is amazing.

    Would they accept the notion that Obama cannot be elected because the only thing that the Rethugs fear more than Madame President is Mr. Black President? No, and they shouldn’t. I sure don’t. Why does yes we can only work for them?

  5. Litigatormom: you didn’t order a drink yet, did you? You’re still trying to make sense of it all.

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