Trump 2,923,184 votes
Cruz 2,483,553 votes
Rubio 1,867,264 votes
Kasich 538,996 votes
Carson 489,588 votes
Hillary 3,534,665 votes
Sanders 2,264,165 votes
I love that pic, rivers!
Starting from Left:Jennifer Palmieri, Robby Mook, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton, and Huma Abedin
Meet the Press
#SuperTuesday Democratic Primaries: Should the U.S. continue Pres. Obama's policies? #Decision2016
12:58 PM - 1 Mar 2016
28 28 Retweets 20 20 likes
LOL.. President Obama had a little somethin' somethin' to do with it..
Su, Thank You!
doesn't write them off
She takes nothing for granted, either.
It's too bad you're insulting voters in Massachusetts, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas, TN, Georgia, Virginia, and American Samoa, Iowa, Nevada, and South Carolina.. do please proceed though.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to an enthusiastic crowd at a rally in a film studio in Miami Tuesday.
Great finds.. some pics I've never ever seen before!
Brilliant depiction of them having each other's backs!
Good Luck to us all on Super Tuesday! Hillary!
Happy Leap Day, she!
to know .. they're not "friends" .. no matter how BS tries to make it so.. now he knows how popular Obama is. lol It's too late.
Yeah, BS himself got backlash for suggesting Hillary was cozying up to the President for votes from the AA community.
Backlash against Sanders as he questions Clintons embrace of Obama
#Happy Leap Day, pandr!
Right.. Hillary actually cares about our country.. she lost in 2008 but she nominated Obama at the convention.. and in his infinite wisdom President Obama chose her to be his SOS.
Turned out to be one of the best decisions he's ever made.. so sayeth the Prez himself!
And, he most certainly wants Hillary to be #45! it's such so great.. these two are such highly respectful friends. That's what friends do.. they help each other.
Shes been working in and with South Carolinians since the 70s, but every decade since then, shes been in and out of the state working with people, Middleton said. She has deep roots here, and it has blossomed over the years.
But all that support seemingly vanished in 2008, when Clinton faced off against Obama, the first African-American major-party presidential primary frontrunner. Rev. Joseph Darby, vice president of the Charleston branch of the NAACP, attributed Clintons loss that year to the simple fact that voters had and wanted to take the chance to elect the first black president.
Before that possibility came, Hillary was actually doing quite well, Darby explained. She had nailed down a good number of endorsements.
Nevertheless, even after being beaten by Obama in South Carolina, Clinton never retreated from South Carolina, Darby said.
I dont think Hillarys ever been off the ground except for the little while when there was a tiff after the 08 primary. She has stayed in touch with the community. She started laying groundwork for this run, oh, probably three or four years ago. Shes had people circulating. Shes talked to the right folks, Darby said, adding, I dont think South Carolina ever entirely left the Clintons. It might have parked them in the corner for one election, but theyve maintained good relationships.
This is how you do it.. you don't retreat.. you build good relationships over the years because you care about your friends. That's how Hillary WON South Carolina. The Voters Are Smart.. they know who their friends are.
Hillary Clinton waved to supporters at a rally in Columbia, S.C., after winning the South Carolina Democratic presidential primary on Saturday. "We're not taking anything, and we're not taking anyone for granted," she told supporters.
Clinton thunders to big win over Sanders in South Carolina
[font color=blue]Hillary's Group~Mahalo~
Thorough analysis of the SC primary demographics.
Black men 24%
Black women 37%
Historic NY http://www.democraticunderground.com/110758788
What President Obamas legacy means to me
Jan 19, 2016 by Hillary Clinton
On January 20, 2017, America will begin our next chapter. A new president will stand on the steps of the Capitol, raise one hand, and take the oath of office. From that moment on, he or she will decide whether we defend and build on the progress weve made under President Obamaor tear it all away.
That feels pretty personal to menot just as an American who supports President Obama, but also as someone who was proud to work alongside him at the White House.
I remember vividly the day after the 2008 election when President-elect Obama asked me to come see him in Chicago. It turned out that he would ask me to be secretary of state. But first, we talked about everything he was doing to get ready for his first termand everything he was learning about the reality of the economic crisis our country was facing. The president-elect was getting briefings every day, sometimes several times a day. And the news was not good. He turned to me and said, It is so much worse than they told us.
He was right.
By the time President Obama was sworn into office, we were on the brink of another Great Depression. Before the worst was over, we were losing 800,000 jobs a month, 5 million Americans lost their homes, and 13 trillion dollars of family wealth was wiped away. Meanwhile, our auto industrythe pride of American manufacturing and ingenuity for decadeswas on the verge of collapse. It turned out to be the second-worst financial crisis in our countrys history.
President Obama changed all that. Look where we are today. Weve had 70 straight months of private-sector job growth. Our businesses have created 14.1 million jobs. The unemployment rate is the lowest in seven years. And the auto industry just had its best year ever.
More~ Please read the rest of Hillary's excellent piece.. brought tears because of all we've been through.. https://www.hillaryclinton.com/feed/what-president-obamas-legacy-means-me/
Hillary Gets It.. and she's the only one running who does..
What did sanders do? He wanted President Obama primared in 2012.
[font color=blue]Hillary's Group~Mahalo~
"The contest between Clinton and Sanders has been framed as a choice between pragmatism and idealism, between incrementalism and boldness. Framing it that way oversells what Sanders offers. Fighting for health care reform, as Clinton has done for a quarter century, has been an exercise in idealism. It has been a long, difficult fight against powerful entrenched interests. The Clinton administration didnt succeed in the 1990s. The Obama administration has made significant progress, and Clinton is right to underscore the importance of that victory. "
Thank you, Historic NY!
Profile InformationMember since: 2002
Number of posts: 291,505
About ChaNow retired and living on Kaua'i. :)
- 2023 (463)
- 2022 (263)
- 2021 (215)
- 2020 (2451)
- 2019 (2370)
- 2018 (2154)
- 2017 (1235)
- 2016 (1960)
- 2015 (1271)
- 2014 (657)
- 2013 (137)