Clinton cites Republican Strategist Karl Rove

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Hillary Clinton is delusional and I believe the leaders of the Democratic Party need to sit her and her divisive self down and give her a good talking to.

Courtesy of CNN

PRESTONSBURG, Kentucky (CNN) – Hillary Clinton defended her reasoning for staying in the presidential race Monday afternoon by pointing out that Karl Rove’s analysis shows her to be the strongest candidate against John McCain in November.

“There has been a lot of analysis about which of us is stronger to win against Sen. McCain, and I believe I am the stronger candidate,” said Clinton, repeating a line from her stump speech.

Then she veered from her usual argument.

“Just today I found some curious support for that position when one of the TV networks released an analysis done by – of all people – Karl Rove, saying that I was the stronger candidate,” said Clinton. “Somebody go a hold of his analysis and there it is.”

Clinton was referring to electoral maps drawn up by Karl Rove’s consulting firm that were obtained by ABC and forecast her currently leading McCain in the electoral college by 53 votes (259-206), while Obama trails McCain by 17 (238-221)

270 electoral votes are needed to win November’s election.

Clinton continued to push for Florida and Michigan’s delegates to be seated but said that even if that happens, the race won’t be over.

“Once we include Florida and Michigan, neither Sen. Obama nor I will have enough delegates to get the nomination so there is no way that this is going to end any time soon because we’re going to keep fighting for the nomination.”

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One Response to “Clinton cites Republican Strategist Karl Rove”

  1. Leo Says:

    i read a quote somewhere, “Democrats fall in love, Republicans fall inline.” even though all the republicans may not like McCain, peep how they rally behind him. If Clinton can’t even manage a campaign (lending herself an additional $20 mill) how can she manage a country? a country in the throes of economic turmoil? this is doing more harm than good

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