(Been a while since we played the "arguing with" schtick here on this blog. See if you can spot some of the mistakes. As always, this is real. I for one wouldn't want to make such stuff up.)
ME: 8 years ago today I was supporting Obama and complaining because Hillary hadn't dropped out.
1: It's funny, killary is in the same position she was in with Obama, and Obama still won. Sanders still has a great chance.
2: Maybe that's why Clinton supporters keep insisting that Bernie should drop out.
3: Hillary needs to drop out. The fact that running her would risk losing the GE to Trump over Bernie's much more assured victory means she can't drop out soon enough.
ME: "killary is in the same position she was in with Obama" 8 years ago today Hillary was 342 delegates behind Obama, 2021 to 1679, and in 2008 California was already over. Today she's 774 delegates ahead of Bernie, 2218 to 1444. 8 years ago today she was in a position similar to where Bernie is now.
1: I take it you didn't follow the election between killary and Obama.
ME: Yeah, I did. I worked on the Obama campaign a little.
1: Pledged delegates Hillary 1,683 Sanders 1,362 2016. Super delegates don't count as they change. But yes, Obama was behind all the way until the end. As she held the super delegates. Deja vu.
ME: Somebody help me. *expletive deleted*
1: I love how you use the end delegate count to try to say Obama was winning the whole time. Sanders has won every open primary. Killary can only win closed primaries where independent voters can't vote. Obama got his lead in pledged delegates with the Missouri primary. He was behind her the whole time before that. Obama got his lead in pledged delegates with the Missouri primary. He was behind her the whole time before that.