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Sen. Barack Obama, vying to become the nation's first black president, has won the South Carolina primary today, ABC News projects, boosted by huge turnout of African-American voters in a state whose electorate appears polarized along racial lines.
Originally posted by semperfortis
The more I see of him, the better I like him...
Semper, can it really be we agree on something politically?
Originally posted by harddrive21
This primary had an amazing outcome. Obama won 2-1 over Hillary. Obama came out on top across the board. People are really believing his campaign slogan of Change.
I wait with anticipation for the Florida Primary on Tuesday. Crists endorsement of McCain last night seemed...well...fake. A Republican Governor backing the man who co-sponsored the "Amnesty Bill" in a state with alot of Immigrants (legal/political asylum). Should be interesting.
And for Florida being "New York South" because of all the retirees, does Hillary steam roll the state?