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With 97 percent of precincts reporting, Obama had the support of 38 percent of voters, compared to 30 percent for John Edwards and 29 percent for Hillary Clinton...With 85 percent of Republican precincts reporting, Huckabee had the support of 34 percent of voters, compared to 25 percent for Mitt Romney. Fred Thompson had 14 percent, John McCain had 13 percent and Ron Paul had 10 percent.
Originally posted by xmotex
I was happy to see Obama do well, he seems to me to be the least objectionable of the Democrats. Hillary is too authoritarian for me by far, Obama seems less so.
I was sad to see Paul only got 10% of the Republican vote, I think he is the only candidate in the race offering any real kind of interesting alternative.
Originally posted by grover
reply to post by Dont Hate Rats
Oh by the way can the implied slur of referring to Obama as Obama Hussien... It may be his middle name but its obvious what you are suggesting by using it and while I may not be for him, I still respect him.
[edit on 4-1-2008 by grover]
Originally posted by Dont Hate Rats
Are you suggesting I shouldn't use his middle name?? Becaus ehis own name might offend him somehow?
I think his sweetmomma gave him that name and I am sureshe is proud of it. I will continue to call him by his full name out of respect for his sweetmomma.
Barack Hussein Obama