Texas Democratic Caucus Resulsts – 5:45 P.M.: Obama Wins

Here are the results from the Texas Democratic caucus with 39% now reporting:

  1. Obama 22,628 56%
  2. Clinton 17,883 44%
  3. Uncommitted 39 0%

Done Reporting,

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9 Responses to “Texas Democratic Caucus Resulsts – 5:45 P.M.: Obama Wins”

  1. dummidumbwit Says:

    Lucifer endorses Lucifer Lite 3/5/08 go off on that?

  2. inkslwc Says:

    Farrakhan endorsed Obama? I already did a post on that.

  3. dax23 Says:

    Thats all he can win…caucuses!

  4. inkslwc Says:

    That means he has a more dedicated following. And that’s why Clinto would lose the general election in a landslide.

  5. dax23 Says:

    Ink….I dont know where yoiu get that twisted sense of logic from>??

  6. sj Says:

    Congratulations, Senator Obama!

  7. inkslwc Says:

    What twisted sense of logic? That he wins caucuses because his following is more devoted? Look at it this way – if Obama loses, Clinton won’t get the college kids that he was getting. Most of his younger supporters will simply not turn out anymore – his following is dedicated and dedicated to him, not the party.

  8. dax23 Says:

    Ink…since when did college kids star mattering in an election. College kids like me are fickle…we come ……we go. We are fascinated withe peddle…we linger on for alittle longer! The bread and butter folks of this counrty who have voted for a long time….they won’t vote for him in the general. Obama can talk all he wants. Hillary’s votes will go to McCain. Not him.

    Thats why whether he wins the primaries or not is that irrelevant!

  9. inkslwc Says:

    My point is that his following is exclusive to him, not the Democratic party. If (and he will) he wins, his people will stick with him, but if he loses, some will go to Clinton, but a lot will just not turn out and vote.

    A lot of Clinton’s voters are hard-core Democrats, although I actually haven’t met many supporters of her – even my hard-core Democratic grandma is talking about voting for McCain – and she’s NEVER supported a Republican in the last 18 years.

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