In war, you can only be killed once, but in politics, many times.

- Winston Churchill

Yawn?

Yawn? Did we really yawn at Obama's addition of 7 delegates in Wyoming?

Yes, we did. The race goes on unchanged. A little nudge from Wyoming is not going to get Hillary Clinton out of the way. But the reaper follows her campaign with his sickle, getting a bit closer each day.

posted at 10:37:26 on 03/09/08 by clearpolitics - Category: The Cause - [Permalink]

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Clinton won-t be on rebounce too long wrote:

Well, are you sleeping? It so happens that a candidate in Illinois backed by Barack Obama has won in a conservative district.McCain endorsed and campaigned for the other candidate and he lost. Could it be a sign of what is to come?
03/09/08 17:25:51

clearpolitics wrote:

Obama would have a better chance of beating McCain than Hillary.

There is not much difference between Hillary and McCain. Both are political insiders who feel they have paid their dues and it is now their turn. There seems to be more of a difference between Obama and McCain, giving voters a clear choice in the type of candidate they would want in the White House.
03/10/08 10:23:03

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