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Iron This Yourself A**hole!

CNN Projects Clinton wins NH Primary

And while you're ironing your own damn shirt, make me a martini. I'm celebrating tonight!

I'm leaning more towards Clinton since the sexist attacks have really heated up and I fear that we won't see the end of them, thus my desire to back up a fellow woman, Chicagoan, Cubs fan, and feminist is only going to grow with each attack. Tonight we saw the first woman take a primary for either party (Sorry Libby!). No matter what happens, this is history.

Congrats Hillary. Try to get some sleep tonight because tomorrow is another day on the battlefield.

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