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33. All of them. And he will simultaneously retroactively win the ones he lost, too.
Fri Apr 22, 2016, 09:53 AM
Apr 2016

Last edited Fri Apr 22, 2016, 10:31 AM - Edit history (1)

Jesus Christ, the hypocrisy here is staggering. Obama supporters were asked to treat diehard Clinton supporters like gentle, fragile snowflakes for the months of April, May, and June as it became more and more apparent she was going to lose, but Hillary supporters are pouring in like they're storming the beaches at Normandy and telling Bernie Sanders supporters to shut up and get in line.

Where is the button for zero wins? n/t SFnomad Apr 2016 #1
Hate to say it, but I think he may be shut out. morningfog Apr 2016 #2
There isn't much polling for Delaware and Rhode Island DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #6
Delaware will likely go as PA goes. And MD. auntpurl Apr 2016 #24
Fucking Zero. nt LexVegas Apr 2016 #3
Enough to send some people here into a fit of apoplexia. hobbit709 Apr 2016 #4
Would I be an arrant pedant if I pointed out the word is apoplectic? DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #7
Maybe RI firebrand80 Apr 2016 #5
All of them. NCTraveler Apr 2016 #8
RI may be close, but the rest should be in the 55-45 range Tarc Apr 2016 #9
the answer is as it always was restorefreedom Apr 2016 #56
New York gives her a good bounce so its a sweep. DCBob Apr 2016 #10
Let's see: Buzz Clik Apr 2016 #11
But there will still be a path! Stuckinthebush Apr 2016 #12
Even the flying unicorns aren't buying it Buzz Clik Apr 2016 #15
That's perfect! Stuckinthebush Apr 2016 #16
That not amused unicorn made me LOL. Beacool Apr 2016 #51
The DE Poll is from Gravis. I have cited them but their record is far from stellar. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #14
Agreed. MD and PA look solid, CT is pretty good. RI and DE are tossups with DE leaning HRC. Buzz Clik Apr 2016 #18
Microsoft Bing has her at 65% in DE DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #21
Wow. So you think Gravis is underestimating her lead in DE? Buzz Clik Apr 2016 #23
Delaware skews more affluent and African American. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #27
I'm gambling on RI Blue_Adept Apr 2016 #13
All of them :) Marrah_G Apr 2016 #17
Your enthusiasm is laudable. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #22
I'll be generous and say 2, but they will be close and won't be enough to make up his deficit Arkansas Granny Apr 2016 #19
probably depends on the level of "shenanigans" 2pooped2pop Apr 2016 #20
I say One because one of them is open, I believe. He does better in those. IamMab Apr 2016 #25
Which one is open? DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #30
I see Rhode Island listed as "semi-closed," but I don't know what specifically is different there. IamMab Apr 2016 #31
Indiana is an open primary state and early voting has been going on for weeks. B Calm Apr 2016 #50
Thank you. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #53
Bernie wins RI. Hillary wins the rest. yardwork Apr 2016 #26
It depends on how well the Debbie Dino Fix works. -none Apr 2016 #28
The plural of anecdote is not data. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #29
Or as I like to say, "Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence at all." nt IamMab Apr 2016 #32
Not to be picayune but technically it is evidence DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #34
Well, I think fleeing NY before the polls closed was one way of showing the internal polling. IamMab Apr 2016 #35
Did you miss the part about the people "I" know? -none Apr 2016 #43
If the campaigns were manipulated let the VT independent release ... DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #44
How about we start with this: -none Apr 2016 #46
Let him release the internal polling he spent millions on to prove the actual votes are wrong. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #48
What of this then? -none Apr 2016 #55
There are discrepancies in any election. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #58
What does your constant single source reliance on the Vermont independent have to do with anything -none Apr 2016 #60
Random allegations of fraud from disgruntled supporters... DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #61
Reality is not your friend. Beacool Apr 2016 #54
Reality is my friend, so I reject your premise. -none Apr 2016 #57
She'll win most of the next states, that's what will happen. Beacool Apr 2016 #62
We'll see. -none Apr 2016 #63
All of them. And he will simultaneously retroactively win the ones he lost, too. Arkana Apr 2016 #33
Hillary's biggest problem is not Bernie Sanders WhenTheLeveeBreaks Apr 2016 #36
My day doesn't begin until someone invokes the Indictment Fairy. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #37
It's as predictable as the sunrise. MoonRiver Apr 2016 #40
Well at least that poster did so obliquely. DemocratSinceBirth Apr 2016 #41
Yep, there's that. MoonRiver Apr 2016 #42
Maybe he snags Rhode Island.... Adrahil Apr 2016 #38
Gotta love the folks voting 5. Nothing like blind optimism. NT Adrahil Apr 2016 #39
If there're shenanigans like the reduced polling places in RI or purged voters like NY for instance. nc4bo Apr 2016 #45
If it were today SheenaR Apr 2016 #47
Probably one or two. Beacool Apr 2016 #49
There appears to be at least six Bernie Bros ... salinsky Apr 2016 #52
I'm betting somewhere between zero and five. zappaman Apr 2016 #59
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