Monthly Archives: March 2008
An interesting piece about why John Edwards has not endorsed anyone and might not for a while, if at all. Edwards, if he were to endorse Obama, would be the one who would end the entire dog fight going on … Continue reading
Elton John endorses Hillary Clinton. What next? Rod Stewart for McCain? Anyone know who the Indigo Girls are supporting?
Richardson endorses Obama. Significant, for any reasons, but foremost among them was Richardson’s long service in the Clinton administration, including serving as Ambassador of the U.N. The endorsement also undercuts the argument that Obama doesn’t have the requisite experience for … Continue reading
Apparently no vote for Michigan. Like Florida, disenfranchised.
Apparently, there will no primary voting for Florida that will count. We have pundits, political reporters, and people who seem to do nothing else but bloviate on cable television all of their waking ours– and ours too. (We should ignore … Continue reading
Obama throws kitchen sink at himself. The Chicago Tribune reports: “Sen. Barack Obama is trying to air his dirty laundry– even some items that might appear just a little wrinkled– as he prepares a full assault on Sen. Hilary Clinton … Continue reading
As Democrats expertly consider snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, Republicans work to implode as well
The Republicans are in deep trouble, too. If Democrats are expert at snatching defeat from the jaws of victory, Republicans seem just as determined this time out to implode. Consider the following factoids from this Washington Post story: *In Arkansas, … Continue reading
Super delegates are no longer super delegates. The Clinton campaign divines as such to news organizations, that such is the case, and the AP, appears to go along. How special. In the meantime, if one clicks on and reads to … Continue reading