Updated Preliminary HI, WA, WI results: McCain wins both WA & WI, Obama wins HI & WI

ChrisH

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Not only are they predicting an Obama win, but the numbers (so far) show about a 9-10% margin in Obama's favor.

I bet Hillary's cankles are sweating.
 

BIV

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#4
He is making his "I rule" speech.

Dude scares the fuck out of me. God damn can he talk.
 

Sinn Fein

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#5
I'm watching Hannity beat on the mayor of LA who is a big Hillary supporter. This guy is like a deer in the headlights. Funny stuff...

UPDATE: McCain wins Washington. No announcement on Obama/Hillary.
 

BIV

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#7
Stupid fucking Huckabee is still saying he's in the hunt.
 

Sinn Fein

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Huckabee is pissing off too many people in his own party, which doesn't help his case in terms of becoming the VP nominee.
 

BIV

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Huckabee is pissing off too many people in his own party, which doesn't help his case in terms of becoming the VP nominee.
I still say he goes for a second tier name that hasn't been focussed on, like a governor, for his VP.
 

Sinn Fein

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#12
You might be right...

He's too newly-elected (as governor), but this guy caught my attention and I've been reading up on him. His name has been thrown around by alot of people to be McCain's VP pick, including Rush Limbaugh (say what you want, he does know what he's talking about). But, I don't see it happening.

Bobby Jindal
 

Sinn Fein

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#13
Obama won handily in HI, with like 70% of the vote. They are still saying WA is too close to call, but with 57% of the vote in - he's winning 50% to Hillary's 47%.