Face The Nation
They played the whole clip about the RFK remark.
Howard talked about how the two campaigns went to June.
Quoted New York Daily news.... you should watch if you can
at CBS......but first watch Axelrod on "This Week"
(Something I have noticed today is a cry for unity....I say to late
for that....When Obama made more out of the comment than was there
he pushed Clinton's supporters even farther away....that is what
his campaign does....takes things out of context to make Hillary
Will it go to the convention....It looks like we will have a nominee
before then...It should be Clinton...look at the map!
We are not there yet when it comes to the numbers.
Sen. Lindsey Graham
John McCain is starting the vetting for VP. but not at his BBQ.
John McCain was the one who advocated for more troops in Iraq.
Obama has not been in Iraq since 2006, he needs to go back and
see how things have changed. Says the two should go to Iraq together.
Sen.Durbin says about Obama going back....
Should the two go to Iraq together?
No....Says Obama not calling for an immediate withdraw.... Says Obama has talked
with the Gen. ...Talks about an ad about Obama...527?
Graham says he is not involved in any ad....says Obama needs to go to Iraq again...
he needs to talk to military families and talk about things... How can you make a
decision about Iraq if you haven't been there in two years?
This does not cover all said, please watch online at "Face The Nation"
ONTHE SUNDAY SHOWS From The Page
Fox News Sunday: Clinton chairman Terry McAuliffe defended Clinton’s RFK remark, blamed media and Obama camp for “inflaming it.” Said she has nothing to apologize for and will not call Obama, as Huckabee did after his gaffe at the NRA convention. Declined to say how long she will remain in the race, pointing to Friday’s rules and bylaws committee meeting. Denied report that Bill Clinton wants Hillary Clinton to be VP.
FOX News Sunday with Chris Wallace will have Terry McAuliffe.....(What would an Obama-Clinton ticket look and would Clinton agree to be Obama's vice presidential nominee? We'll ask Terry McAuliffe, Clinton campaign chairman.
What’s the strategy for Democrats and Republicans heading into November? We’ll ask the chairmen of the two Congressional Campaign Committees: Reps. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., and Tom Cole, R-Okla.)
The show airs at 5:00pm cst..6:00 est...If you can't watch they do put up some videos here eventually.
Off to do some reading. If I find anything good I will post a link.....
Found this at TM......
KLEIN PLAYS THE FOOL! Joe Klein hacked on your side this week. Josh Marshall praised him for it
Media hype: How small stories become big news
It would be a big story if Clinton said something like this: “Hey, I know it looks bad for me now. But, think about it. Obama could get shot and I’d get to be the nominee after all.”
It is a small story if Clinton said something like this: “Everyone talks like May is incredibly late, but by historical standards it is not. Think of all the famous milestones in presidential races that have taken place during June.”
It seems pretty obvious that the latter is what Clinton meant, and not too far from what she actually said. It was not surprising that the Argus Leader’s executive editor, Randall Beck, put out a statement saying, “Her reference to Mr. Kennedy’s assassination appeared to focus on the time line of his primary candidacy and not the assassination itself.”
Former Gov. Tony Knowles
Obama 46, McCain 46, Undecided 8
Clinton 48, McCain 44, Undecided 8
Conducted May 21-22; Error margin: 3.5 points
McCain 52, Obama 40
McCain 48, Clinton 44
Obama 68, McCain 25
Clinton 65, McCain 25
Hillary Clinton on Sunday offered a spiritual defense
for continuing her presidential campaign despite
the long odds of overtaking rival Barack Obama.
Speaking to a full congregation at the Pabellon de la
Victoria evangelical church, Clinton spoke in
measured terms about faith in the face of adversity.