Now, both Democratic candidates' presence in the general election will (unlike Nader) do much to alter that. Where I think the Clinton campaign demonstrates more dignity and awareness. After all, they have not waged a primarily anti-Obama campaign, the way the Obama campaign has waged a fundamentally anti-Clinton campaign.
I imagine if you have a ticket with either leader, and without the other, many of their constituents, if they don't vote at all, or go with McCain (more disappointed Clinton supporters will do that), or the more liberal Nader, will just write-in the sentiments of what the other side's campaigners were arrogant enough to dish.
Regardless of what the *Party Elites* think they can dream up, while keeping themselves clean of the fire in the trenches.
"They asked if I had found Jesus and I didn't even know He was missing."
As for who doesn't like who -- plenty of people don't like McCain and plenty of people don't like Obama and plenty of people don't like Nader etc etc ad naseum.
As far as that poll is concerned that I just pasted from, Clinton and Obama are in exactly the same place nationally, relative to McCain. So start thinking twice, Obamites.
Hillary, Girl, this one's for you:
Last edited by antonia; 04-02-2008 at 06:33 PM.