Sunday, February 10, 2008

Convincing Wins

New York Times reported Senator Barack Obama won decisive victories over Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in Washington, Louisiana and Nebraska on Saturday, giving him an impressive sweep going into a month when the Democratic nominating contests are expected to favor him.

This is not going to scare Hillary away, but hopefully her campaign will get desperate enough to show even more Democrats what Conservatives already know, how evil she can really be.
The successes come just as Mr. Obama is building a strong advantage over Mrs. Clinton in raising money, providing important fuel for the nominating contests ahead. Still, the results were expected to do little to settle the muddle in the delegate race that resulted after the wave of contests last Tuesday in which the two candidates split up states from coast to coast.

Gaius blogged The Clinton campaign is actually whining that Obama outspent Clinton in advertising. Poor dears. The fact is that Obama won by absolutely devastating margins, regardless of how he did it. At least McCain stayed close in Washington amid the low turnout there.

Telegraph reported Hillary Clinton's most senior advisers are in a state of "panic" about her presidential prospects and are plotting to enlist Democrat leaders in Congress to thwart her rival Barack Obama's ambitions.... Mr Obama has begun calling those "super delegates" - 795 congressmen and senior party officials who could break a dead heat - who are committed to Mrs Clinton, asking them to change their minds and help him wrap up the nomination.... "He's saying: 'Hey, I won your state and I won your congressional district, why are you supporting her?'" a Democrat strategist revealed.
And wat are the black voters going to think when they decide to support the white woman over Obama.
The Clinton camp hopes to stop the Obama bandwagon by winning Texas and Ohio primaries on March 4, after which Mrs Clinton is planning to call on party grandees including Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives and Harry Reid, the party's leader in the Senate, to persuade Mr Obama to stand down.
That may result in efforts to persuade Pelosi and Reid to step down.

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