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Old 03-06-2008, 08:42 AM  
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Did Rush lead to Hillary's narrow TX win?

In the days running up to these last primaries, Rush Limbaugh told his national audience of conservatives to vote in the Democratic race.

I want Hillary to stay in this, Laura. This is too good a soap opera. We need Barack Obama bloodied up politically, and it's obvious that the Republicans are not going to do it and don't have the stomach for it, as you probably know. We're getting all kinds of memos from the RNC, saying we're not going to be critical there. Mark McKinnon of McCain's campaign says he'll quit if they get critical over Obama. This is the presidency of the United States we're talking about. I want our party to win. I want the Democrats to lose. They're in the midst of tearing themselves apart right now. It is fascinating to watch, and it's all going to stop if Hillary loses. So, yeah, I'm asking people to cross over and, if they can stomach it -- I know it's a difficult thing to do, to vote for a Clinton, but it will sustain this soap opera, and it's something I think we need. It would be fun, too.

It turned into a pretty hot meme in Texas, and on Monday, while Rush was out, guest host Mark Davis scored an interview with Bill Clinton. Did it work?

Go and check the exit polls. In Wisconsin, Republicans made up 9 percent of the Democratic primary vote. Obama won them 72-28 over Clinton. Just as tellingly, 14 percent of primary voters said they were "conservative," and Obama won them 59-40, a bigger margin than he won with liberals or moderates. Tactical voters who said Obama stood a better chance of winning in November? They went for him 87-13.

Now, look at Ohio. Once again 9 percent of voters were Republicans, but Obama and Clinton split them evenly, 49-49. Once again, 14 percent of voters were "conservatives," and Obama and Clinton split them 48-48. (Obama did better with them than he did with liberals and moderates.) Those tactical voters who thought Obama could win gave him a 80-18 victory, a margin twelve points smaller than the margin in Wisconsin.

It's a similar story in Texas, where Limbaugh has the most listeners of any of these states. Obama won the Republican vote 52-47, but conservatives (22 percent of all voters, up from 15 percent in the Kerry-Edwards primary) went against Obama. For the first time since Super Tuesday, they were Clinton's best ideological group: She won them 53-43. And Clinton won 13 percent of the people who said Obama was the most electable candidate.

Ohio didn't wind up being very close, but Clinton won the Texas primary by about 98,000 votes out of 2.8 million cast. If the exits are right, about 252,000 of those voters were Republicans, and about 618,000 were conservatives. Clinton truly might have won the Texas primary on the backs of Rush Limbaugh listeners.

What's this mean? Psychologically it's hilarious: Every joke that's ever been told about how the right needs the Clintons to survive is true. Hillary Hatred is the gas, the ethanol, and the rocket fuel of the staggering GOP. Logistically, it might mean the end of GOP crossover voting if the Democrats get their game together and pass new primary/caucus reforms when this Ragnarok draws to a close. (In the short term I can't decide if it's better for Hillary or Obama, but it's a probably a relief to both campaigns that Pennsylvania will be Democrats-only.)

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Old 03-06-2008, 09:11 AM   #2
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WoW! Interesting. Could have had an effect. Still I think, it's hard to say how many of those are for the purpose of nominating Hillary. Like I posted before, my SiL switched her registration from Pub to Dem just to caucus to keep Hillary out. My brother is a true staunch conservative, card-carrying member of the NRA...and even he said he may vote for Obama in the national. He's sick of war.

Another reason why the primaries should all be held on the same day, preferrably not in the middle of winter.
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Old 03-06-2008, 09:41 AM   #3
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The "Rush Effect", if any, won't have much of an effect on the remaining states. His listening base is bigger in Texas than Wyoming and Mississippi. But these states only have 12 and 33 pledged delegates to give, respectively. The Pennsylvania primary, the biggest one remaining, is a closed primary so conservatives would have to go through the hassle of aligning themselves with the democratic party before the election. Some might, but I don't think it will be a significant number.

Rush got what he wanted, which was to see this race go on a bit longer. But the major overriding issue for Dems should be: Why would you vote for a candidate that Rush wants to win. Obviously he has an angle, because if he thought Obama was an easier candidate to run against, he would have come out and said that already.
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Old 03-06-2008, 09:51 AM   #4
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It's Rush Wot Won It

David Weigel | March 5, 2008, 11:30am

In the days running up to these last primaries, Rush Limbaugh told his national audience of conservatives to vote in the Democratic race.
I want Hillary to stay in this, Laura. This is too good a soap opera. We need Barack Obama bloodied up politically, and it's obvious that the Republicans are not going to do it and don't have the stomach for it, as you probably know. We're getting all kinds of memos from the RNC, saying we're not going to be critical there. Mark McKinnon of McCain's campaign says he'll quit if they get critical over Obama. This is the presidency of the United States we're talking about. I want our party to win. I want the Democrats to lose. They're in the midst of tearing themselves apart right now. It is fascinating to watch, and it's all going to stop if Hillary loses. So, yeah, I'm asking people to cross over and, if they can stomach it -- I know it's a difficult thing to do, to vote for a Clinton, but it will sustain this soap opera, and it's something I think we need. It would be fun, too.

It turned into a pretty hot meme in Texas, and on Monday, while Rush was out, guest host Mark Davis scored an interview with Bill Clinton. Did it work?

Go and check the exit polls. In Wisconsin, Republicans made up 9 percent of the Democratic primary vote. Obama won them 72-28 over Clinton. Just as tellingly, 14 percent of primary voters said they were "conservative," and Obama won them 59-40, a bigger margin than he won with liberals or moderates. Tactical voters who said Obama stood a better chance of winning in November? They went for him 87-13.

Now, look at Ohio. Once again 9 percent of voters were Republicans, but Obama and Clinton split them evenly, 49-49. Once again, 14 percent of voters were "conservatives," and Obama and Clinton split them 48-48. (Obama did better with them than he did with liberals and moderates.) Those tactical voters who thought Obama could win gave him a 80-18 victory, a margin twelve points smaller than the margin in Wisconsin.

It's a similar story in Texas, where Limbaugh has the most listeners of any of these states. Obama won the Republican vote 52-47, but conservatives (22 percent of all voters, up from 15 percent in the Kerry-Edwards primary) went against Obama. For the first time since Super Tuesday, they were Clinton's best ideological group: She won them 53-43. And Clinton won 13 percent of the people who said Obama was the most electable candidate.

Ohio didn't wind up being very close, but Clinton won the Texas primary by about 98,000 votes out of 2.8 million cast. If the exits are right, about 252,000 of those voters were Republicans, and about 618,000 were conservatives. Clinton truly might have won the Texas primary on the backs of Rush Limbaugh listeners.

What's this mean? Psychologically it's hilarious: Every joke that's ever been told about how the right needs the Clintons to survive is true. Hillary Hatred is the gas, the ethanol, and the rocket fuel of the staggering GOP. Logistically, it might mean the end of GOP crossover voting if the Democrats get their game together and pass new primary/caucus reforms when this Ragnarok draws to a close. (In the short term I can't decide if it's better for Hillary or Obama, but it's a probably a relief to both campaigns that Pennsylvania will be Democrats-only.)

UPDATE: The Texas theory is being challenged in the comments, so I'll add one data point. In 2004, Al Sharpton got 3.7 percent of the vote in Texas. Among the Republicans who crossed over to vote in the race, he got 10 percent. He got 2 percent of liberal voters, 4 percent of moderates, and 7 percent of conservatives. There's no way to explain this unless you assume some eventual Bush voters were making mischief for the Democrats.

UPDATE II: An e-mailer to the Corner has the most persuasive evidence yet. An astounding number of voters took Democratic ballots, voted for president, then left the rest of their ballots blank.
The undercount in the D primary was almost 700,000 ballots out of 2.86 million. By contrast, the undercount in the R primary was about 164,000 ballots out of 1.38 million. In the 2004 general election, the dropoff from president to railroad commissioner (the next race on the state ballot) was less than 400,000 out of 7.4 million.

It's reasonable to assume many of these voters were "screw the Dems" Limbaugh listeners.
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Old 03-06-2008, 10:42 AM   #5
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It didn't lead directly to the win, but it obviously impacted the cushion.

I know my friend's father voted for Hillary because of Limbaugh, and his brother voted for Hillary because he thinks Obama is the Anti-Christ.

And I sincerely wish I was joking.
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Old 03-06-2008, 10:58 AM   #6
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Likely as much as he helped Obama with his endorsement of him LAST month.



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Barack Obama, ladies and gentlemen, is a blank canvas upon which anybody can project their fantasies, or their desires. You look at Democrats in the audience, and they're swooning. He's saying nothing. He's saying nothing better than anybody in my lifetime ever has. The reason he says nothing so well is because everybody thinks that he's saying what they want. So they're able to project onto Obama their fantasies. If they believe in allowing somebody to marry a dog, they think Obama will support it. Therefore, I would like today to announce a tentative decision, I'm stilling thinking about it, to endorse Barack Obama, since everybody is asking who am I going to endorse, and here's why. Barack Obama is pro-life. Barack Obama is a Constitutionalist. Barack Obama believes in limited government. Barack Obama is in favor of health care savings plans. Barack Obama loves free markets and wants to protect them. Barack Obama is strong on national defense. Barack Obama is a tax cutter extraordinaire. Barack Obama makes my leg tingle when I hear him speak. Barack Obama will end the designated hitter rule. Barack Obama will establish a college football playoff once and for all so we will genuinely have a champion. Barack Obama will get to the bottom of Spygate. Barack Obama will offer free beer Fridays. Whatever you want Obama to be, folks, he's a blank slate, he's an empty canvas, and this is the nature of his appeal. Whatever people fantasize about, whatever they want, they are confident Obama supports it, too.
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Old 03-06-2008, 11:14 AM   #7
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The "Rush Effect", if any, won't have much of an effect on the remaining states. His listening base is bigger in Texas than Wyoming and Mississippi. But these states only have 12 and 33 pledged delegates to give, respectively. The Pennsylvania primary, the biggest one remaining, is a closed primary so conservatives would have to go through the hassle of aligning themselves with the democratic party before the election. Some might, but I don't think it will be a significant number.

Rush got what he wanted, which was to see this race go on a bit longer. But the major overriding issue for Dems should be: Why would you vote for a candidate that Rush wants to win. Obviously he has an angle, because if he thought Obama was an easier candidate to run against, he would have come out and said that already.
I don't hear every word Rush says, although I listen to at least a portion of his show pretty regularly. I'm not sure that Rush wants Obama to win. My take is that he just wants to prolong the process now that it is getting more negative. That way the democrats continue to use money on each other instead of turning their attention to the GOP candidate.
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I'm sure this has been happening everywhere that people would rather face one candidate than the other.
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Rush wants Hillary to be the nomination because she has no chance of beating McCain.
If Obama gets the nomination he will destroy McCain.
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I don't hear every word Rush says, although I listen to at least a portion of his show pretty regularly. I'm not sure that Rush wants Obama to win. My take is that he just wants to prolong the process now that it is getting more negative. That way the democrats continue to use money on each other instead of turning their attention to the GOP candidate.
Exactly. That is why I showed last month he was endorsing Obama and are we to assume the CONS/Indies who've been supporting Obama in larger numbers than Clinton were inspired to do so because of Rush?

No. This has been going on for YEARS. MOF, a friend of mine and her family are die hard Democrats but register as CONS so they can do this very thing.
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Rush wants Hillary to be the nomination because she has no chance of beating McCain.
If Obama gets the nomination he will destroy McCain.
I dont think thats accurate.

From reading the transcripts, he does believe that Obama will ultimately get the nomination. He also believes that the media and the GOP will not have the stomach to really attack Obama at all, so Hillary needs to keep going to do that work on behalf of McCain. Then, once Hillary is finally out, Obama's negatives would hopefully be high enough for him to lose.
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I dont think thats accurate.

From reading the transcripts, he does believe that Obama will ultimately get the nomination. He also believes that the media and the GOP will not have the stomach to really attack Obama at all, so Hillary needs to keep going to do that work on behalf of McCain. Then, once Hillary is finally out, Obama's negatives would hopefully be high enough for him to lose.
I can agree with that.
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Likely as much as he helped Obama with his endorsement of him LAST month.
Holy Hell, you're an idiot. That's not an 'endorsement'. He was mocking Obama.

You're just as naive if you think he played absolutely no role in the results. Clearly he did.
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Holy Hell, you're an idiot. That's not an 'endorsement'. He was mocking Obama.

You're just as naive if you think he played absolutely no role in the results. Clearly he did.
I know he's mocking Baaaarack. Holly Hell, he's mocking THE ENTIRE DEMOCRATIC PARTY with his 'endorsements' of their candidates. DUH.

FWIW, I imagine that Rushbots have voted more for Obamessiah over the past few months than they did on Tuesday. Rush's hourly, daily, weekly diatribes vs. the Clintons have likely convinced MANY folks to register or show up at the polls in order to vote AGAINST her.

Surely you jest if you actually think all of these CONS actually LIKE Obama.
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That wasn't an endorsement, douchenozzle. He was mocking Barack, not advocating voting for him. He DID advocate voting for Clinton just to **** with the Democrats. And because you're a sad sack of shit who's convictions only go as far as your ability to rub them in other people's faces, you don't mind what he's doing.
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