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12. Clinton, then switched happily to our nominee.
Sun Feb 2, 2020, 10:52 AM
Feb 2020

A win-win either way since there was too little difference between them ideologically to get excited about.

If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
Joe Biden
I'm embarrassed to say Edwards leftieNanner Feb 2020 #1
Eh he fooled a lot of people. HarlanPepper Feb 2020 #2
I liked Edwards at first, too. I backed Clinton, wanted her to win in 2008, thought Obama could run highplainsdem Feb 2020 #5
I've thought about that too democrattotheend Feb 2020 #17
Edwards was my first pick but Raine Feb 2020 #9
I liked him too, at first. The Velveteen Ocelot Feb 2020 #27
His message about poverty resonated. It's too bad he was who he was. themaguffin Feb 2020 #16
You should be. It was pretty clear that he was a big phony. nt Kahuna7 Feb 2020 #22
Don't be embarrassed. He broke my wife's heart Algernon Moncrieff Feb 2020 #24
Obama -- and I forfeited $180 (work) to do it. Best money I ever never had! fierywoman Feb 2020 #3
Edwards, he talked about poverty and income inequality Fresh_Start Feb 2020 #4
i voted edwards cuz before he was a creep i liked him samnsara Feb 2020 #6
Edwards. right message, wrong messenger. jg10003 Feb 2020 #7
Edwards. Oops. Recursion Feb 2020 #8
I voted for Obama. However, I liked both Clinton and Edwards. IrishEyes Feb 2020 #10
Don't recall who was on the ballot. MH1 Feb 2020 #11
Clinton, then switched happily to our nominee. Hortensis Feb 2020 #12
It was a win but it would of been better had Obama ran in 2016 AFTER Hillary's very successful UniteFightBack Feb 2020 #15
Clinton, but on the record as saying there wasn't much daylight between her and Obama... wyldwolf Feb 2020 #13
Clinton all the way and I figured Obama could be after her and he'd of been more experienced at that UniteFightBack Feb 2020 #14
Why do you ask? I notice that you did not return to your post MineralMan Feb 2020 #18
I was wondering if most people voted for Obama or Clinton Tiggeroshii Feb 2020 #21
We're not the monolithic group you think we are. Are we? herding cats Feb 2020 #32
Certainly not! Tiggeroshii Feb 2020 #36
You are wrong Zolorp Feb 2020 #35
Yeah she won in primaries* Tiggeroshii Feb 2020 #37
Yes, caucuses are votes Zolorp Feb 2020 #39
Not quite. Tiggeroshii Feb 2020 #40
I didn't vote since I was moving and literally driving my things between counties. R B Garr Feb 2020 #19
Hillary, that was her time Polybius Feb 2020 #20
Obama. I liked HRC (still do) very much, but saw something very special in Barack Obama OneMoreCupOfCoffee Feb 2020 #23
none jr1118x Feb 2020 #25
O'Malley elleng Feb 2020 #26
Where did all the Clinton voters go? BlueWI Feb 2020 #28
My thoughts exactly. Tiggeroshii Feb 2020 #38
For my only time in the Iowa Caucus BlueWI Feb 2020 #41
Now that was a really brutal primary. No punches pulled by anybody. comradebillyboy Feb 2020 #29
I voted for, and was an Obama delegate locally. herding cats Feb 2020 #30
Clinton. That battle made whatever happening today seem tame. tritsofme Feb 2020 #31
Obama. Drunken Irishman Feb 2020 #33
Obama... Happy Hoosier Feb 2020 #34
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