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It may be sound unbelievable, but conservative Rush Limbaugh is urging Republicans to cross party lines this Tuesday in primaries in Ohio and Texas and vote for Hillary Clinton.
“Remember what this is, this is about us winning. You have to understand, it's not about Hillary winning; It's about us winning. It's about our party winning. It's about those people losing. They've got some problems in the Democratic Party. It's not all sweetness and light over there . . .
Her polling numbers show a better than 50% unfavorable by likely voters. Rush knows exactly what he's doing in kicking his listeners into a frenzy. Clinton's negatives are so high compared to Obama's, the pundits realize the general election will be far bloodier than the primaries.
We don't need polls to tell us why Hillary Clinton would lose to John McCain, especially after the events we've seen transpire over the past few months. If Hillary Clinton gets the nomination (which I believe she will) it will result in hundreds of thousands of black voters, feeling disenfranchised and screwed over, staying home form the polls. Historically, when dealing with the Dem candidate winning the presidency, those black votes have been a major component of the difference. Combine those lost votes with the huge percentage of GOP voters who wouldn't urinate on Hillary if she was ablaze, and you have a pretty solid victory by John McCain.