More bad news for Obama -- Priest's r...

More bad news for Obama -- Priest's racial slurs against "white" Clinton

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Erik Drucker

Marysville, OH

#1 May 31, 2008
How far will Obama supporters stoop in a campaign mired in racial slurs? When does an apology become meaningless?
Erik Drucker

Marysville, OH

#3 May 31, 2008
More bad news for Obama as he's forced to resign his membership at Chicago church:

Since: Feb 08

United States

#4 Jun 3, 2008
No matter what. Get off the computer and vote!! She fought so hard for you to have a say. Your vote is what matters! If you think she is right, but by chance she does lose, your voice will carry weight beyond what happens today! Go Hillary!!!

Here is the latest news:

Short version- no video

Clinton Says She Will Not Concede Tonight
Carolyn Lochhead

Long version includes video, but not too bad a load to get to the text on dial up.

Clinton not ready to concede race, her campaign chair

[There are not enough pledged delegates at stake in Montana and South Dakota to put Obama over the top, but a rush of endorsements by the remaining undeclared "superdelegates" could allow him to claim victory when he takes the stage in Minnesota Tuesday evening.]

Since: Feb 08

United States

#5 Jun 3, 2008
The following can be found on the following link:

Other info with a slant on Senator Clinton, especially the recently recycled remarks on RFK. The subject is a canard.

Since: Feb 08

United States

#6 Jun 3, 2008
This the kind of shenanigan that is so dreary. Why would the Obama camp want you to think he has won now? Why caní he wait until polls are closed? There is no statement from the Clinton Camp that I can find in blogs or anywhere other than this is new spin. The VP slot was discussed weeks ago. No matter what, she needs the opinion by vote. It looks like another attempt to me to dissuade voters.

The AP reportedly put out a poll of probable endorsers, I canít find it. I donít think we got a winner yet. In the mean time see below for where I think all this coming from.

Jun 3, 6:04 PM EDT

Clinton says she's open to being Obama's VP

Associated Press Writers
[Obama effectively sewed up the 2,118 delegates needed to win the nomination Tuesday, based on a tally of pledged delegates, superdelegates who have declared their preference, and another 18 superdelegates who have confirmed their intentions to The Associated Press. It also included five delegates Obama was guaranteed as long as he gained 15 percent of the vote in South Dakota and Montana later in the day]

Vote!!! Go Hillary!!!

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