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June 5, 2008 | by  | in Online Only |
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Its over, nearly

Clinton’s aides have hinted that she will be suspending her campaign this Saturday (our time) and endorsing Obama. It cant come soon enough. But it still highlights an interesting question — what was she doing talking to AIPAC this morning then? Was it some kind of thinly veiled valedictory to the Jewish Lobby which has supported her vigorously? Or just one last chance to try and best Obama?

Take this news with a grain of salt though, it has been broken by ABC, and does not cite any credible sources. But the writing is on the wall…

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Conrad is a very grumpy boy. When he was little he had a curl in the middle of his forehead. When he was good, he was moderately good, but when he was mean he was HORRID. He likes guns, bombs and shooting doves. He can often be found reading books about Mussolini and tank warfare. His greatest dream is to invent an eighteen foot high mechanical spider, which has an antimatter lazer attached to its back.

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  1. Nick Archer says:

    The AIPAC thing is interesting,

    Looks like for years predictions so far:

    For US Primaries:
    Conrad – 1
    Jackson – 0

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