Sunday, May 11, 2008


Been busy running around all over the net so I am slow getting thing up today. I am goint to post a little then will update.

Obama's race is the 'elephant' in the voter booth

U.S. Sen. Barack Obama’s race and inflammatory racial remarks made by his former preacher negatively affect how likely voters view the candidate, according to a new Herald-Leader/WKYT Kentucky Poll.

In W.Va., Clinton's Disciples Persevere

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. -- They traveled here from New York, Pennsylvania and Indiana last week to stand in the rain on a rural street corner, at a four-way intersection of winding mountain roads. One woman, a doctor, took vacation time from her job to make the trip. Another, a mother of three, hired a babysitter for the first time in months.

Obama magically unstained by grime of Chicago Way

Will Barack Obama's presidential candidacy serve his state and city by finally drawing national attention to the sleazy and corrupt politics of Illinois and Chicago?

Face it, Democrats: Barack Obama's got a growing problem with whites


Sunday, May 11th 2008, 4:00 AM

Hillary Clinton, down to her last straw, is making the case that she is the better candidate to run against the Republicans because, unlike Barack Obama, she can win white Democrats.

She is right. But because she is daring to touch the hot button of racial politics, she is being told to shut up or risk being charged with exploiting racial tensions for political advantage.

For the talk shows that we missed today...Face the Nation ...not up yet for today.

For more of Meet The Press

Want to watch This Week from ABC.

Maybe more later...lets see how the day goes...

1 comment:

SpiritedOne said...

Just received this email from Terry McAuliffe...

"The West Virginia primary is just a few days away, and we need you on the phones!

Hillary is within striking distance of winning the popular vote nationwide -- a key part of our plan to win the nomination. That means we need every last vote we can get in West Virginia on Tuesday and in the races to follow.

Nothing is more effective at helping Hillary get out the vote than the calls you make. When a voter hears directly from you why you're supporting Hillary, that person is much more likely to go to the polls on Election Day and choose her.

Our calls into Indiana made the difference in that race, and you can make the difference for Hillary today. So sign up today to use our simple calling tool and help Hillary win!

Click here to get started making calls.

Thank you so much for your continuing support of Hillary. It means so much to me to know there are so many people fighting with us."


Terry McAuliffe
Hillary Clinton for President