06
Mar
08

Hail to the chief

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The United States of America again proved that they were undecided on who would be the best candidate to represent the Democratic Party in this up-coming Presidential election.

Huge victories for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in Ohio and Texas evened out the playing field once again for both her and her opponent, Senator Barack Obama. The latest delegate count still has Obama in the lead.

In past elections, the candidate in the rear-view mirror, this being Clinton, would gracefully back out and concede the nomination.

Clinton did just the opposite, telling her constituency that she was “just warming up.”

The enthusiastic senator also professed that she had won Florida and Michigan, two states that possess delegates which were deemed ineligible by the DNC.

I (heart) Huckabee!

The strong showing administered by Mike Huckabee for the Republican presidential nomination was met with a predictable end.

His opponent, Senator John McCain, was officially given the nod to represent the Republicans come November. McCain, a senator from Arizona, was then endorsed by the Commander in Chief, George W. Bush.

Bush was confident that McCain could lead our country in “eliminating the enemy.”

He also reiterated that Mr. McCain possessed a “big heart.”

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