Hillary’s New Theme Song Or Alternately, The GOP Won Even Bigger Than Hillary Last Night

“A visionary, vision of scary
Could start a revolution, pollutin the airwaves
A rebel, so just let me revel and bask
in the fact that I got everyone kissin my *ss
And it’s a disaster, such a catastrophe
for you to see so d*mn much of my *ss; you asked for me?
Well I’m back, na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na
Fix your bent antenna tune it in and then I’m gonna
enter in, endin up under your skin like a splinter
The center of attention, back for the winter
I’m interesting, the best thing since wrestling
Infesting in your kid’s ears and nesting
Testing, attention please
Feel the tension, soon as someone mentions me
Here’s my ten cents, my two cents is free
A nuisance, who sent? You sent for me?

Now this looks like a job for me
So everybody, just follow me
Cause we need a little, controversy
Cause it feels so empty, without me
I said this looks like a job for me
So everybody, just follow me
Cause we need a little, controversy
Cause it feels so empty, without me ” — Eminem, performing what may as well be Hillary’s new theme song, Without Me

My friends, it is difficult to overestimate the enormous importance of Hillary’s wins yesterday in Texas, Ohio, and Rhode Island.

Barack was on a huge roll and even though the spin out of Hillary’s camp was that they were going to stay in if they won EITHER Ohio or Texas, the pressure on Hillary to drop out would have ratcheted up several notches had she lost Texas.

But, now that Hillary has won, the game has changed completely. Hillary’s supporters are going to be energized by these victories and since conservatives have stopped giving Obama a free pass, his halo has started to slip. Moreover, let’s face it: Bambi’s “Change,” “Hope,” and “Yes, we can,” baby talk is starting to lose its potency. People are asking where’s the beef? They’re asking how this guy is going to magically unify the country. They’re getting a little nervous about the weird Jim Jonesesque, cultish vibe his whole campaign is putting off. What that means is that by the time the Democratic Convention rolls around, Hillary may conceivably be more popular and generally considered to be a stronger general election candidate than Barack. Additionally, never forget that the mainstream press may love Barack, but they love a good horse race even more.

So, barring a total collapse by Hillary, which seems unlikely at this point, she’s going to be hanging around AT LEAST until Pennsylvania on April 22 and probably all the way until the convention in late August.

That is absolutely PHENOMENAL news for the GOP for a number of reasons,

#1) McCain has been having a lot of difficulty raising money. Now, he will be able to spend a lot of time, perhaps almost 6 months, raising money for the general election, while Hillary and Barack have to primarily raise money to fight one another.

#2) Barack and Hillary will be hammering mainly on each other instead of McCain for months to come.

#3) The longer the Democratic race goes on, the nastier it will get, and the more hard feelings there will be. If it goes all the way until the convention in late August and the super delegates decide the winner, the losing side is going to be feel cheated and will absolutely seethe with outrage, whether Barack or Hillary wins.

What that means is that ironically, in a year when so many conservatives are unhappy with the Republican Party and the GOP’s nominee, the fissures in the DEMOCRATIC PARTY just may end up being the decisive factor in the election.

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