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Date Posted: 13:37:58 02/02/16 Tue
Author: Leland Gaunt
Subject: It's liken to a Mrs. Clinton would win the Super Bowl on some sort of "flip-of-a-coin"..
In reply to: Leland Gaunt 's message, "A Mrs. Clinton "Coin-Flip" Win At The Iowa Caucas Was A Pointed, Smaller Plurality Then He Husband's Win In 1992" on 13:24:05 02/02/16 Tue



And I would mean the whole game.. The whole enchalada.. The whole tomato. The whole side of beef.. The whole cackling chicken.. The whole early morning rooster's crow...

Updated..

http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/iowa-count-clinton-nudges-past-sanders-in-photo-finish-race/ar-BBp1Kul

A Mrs. Clinton "NUDGES" past Bernie Sanders...

At a political horse race, an old nag inches past a 74 year old man...

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