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does hilary clinton have a chance of winning?

im just wondering what everyone though, because the votes are close. dont put down who you think is going to win JUST because u like them, just think about it first. thanks!

Asked By: Danni B - 3/8/2008
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The Clinton administration will probably be remembered as the most corrupt president in American history... More
Answered By: Victor Bout - 3/9/2008
Additional Answers (14)
Not without Obama on the ticket.
Answered By: Evita Rodham Clinton - 3/8/2008
 
As soon as they count Florida, she does.
Answered By: Anarchist - 3/8/2008
 
its in the bag!
Answered By: plumber - 3/8/2008
 
Clinton aint gonna win, Bush has a better chance than her. She is an absolute idiot when it comes to politics and Obama is gonna beat her straight up.
Answered By: Cody - 3/8/2008
 
Yes....definitely. It will go to the Super Delegates and Hillary has the better case for winning over the Super Delegates. She also will have the best chance against McCain.
Answered By: Percy - 3/8/2008
 
If she wins,then she cheated.She disobeyed party rules and ran to Florida and Michigan anyway.Now she wants it counted?Man that sounds crazy.Just like the people who are supporting her
Answered By: alex w - 3/8/2008
 
I really dunno how.... I mean she has to win big in the coming states and that seems unlikely.
Answered By: ashwin b - 3/8/2008
 
hopefully not romney 08'
Answered By: countercultured - 3/8/2008
 
I pray to God not. I like capitalism and do NOT want to be forced to pay MORE taxes to support the lazy and those that refuse to work under her communist ideas.
Answered By: Joe R - 3/8/2008
 
Yes Once Fl and Mi are counted it's over for Obama Obama equals a McCain victory in November. Clinton 08
Answered By: Kenneth J - 3/8/2008
 
Yes, the only reason Obama is ahead is because they didn't count Florida and Michigan... More
Answered By: a Man voting for a Woman - 3/8/2008
 
No. McCain will be the next president. Obama doesn't have the experience. People don't generally like Hillary. Both Obama and Hillary are too radical. McCain crosses the aisle and has already won over a LOT of democrats.
Answered By: Shrieking Panda - 3/8/2008
 
Absolutely! Hillary '08
Answered By: Silver66 - 3/8/2008
 
absolutely, no doubt about it.
Answered By: black leopard - 3/8/2008
 
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