Well, they do say "Politics make strange bedfellows"! read more »
I wondered how long it would be before we got another dose of how the likes of Jesse Jackson (and other black "leaders") feel about Obama. Last year we had Jackson saying things like Obama was "acting white", guys like Sharpton indicating that he didn't have "real" black roots, etc.. Well now, thanks to an open mic at Fox News, we've got this from Jackson: read more »
The numbers do not lie. Hillary Clinton's hopes for winning the majority of the pledged delegates is now a virtual impossibility. Much to the dismay of many conservatives, including myself, she did not perform quite well enough on Tuesday to keep the nomination in doubt.
But, that may turn out to be for the best... The hand of the Clinton political machine may now be forced. read more »
Well, despite all the efforts on the part of the media to get Hillary out of this thing, I'd say that by winning Pennsylvania, she pretty well just guaranteed that she'll be able to be in this thing for the duration. read more »
Things aren't so good in Hillary-Land right now. Staff shakeups are one thing, but now actually being behind in the delegate count with only about three states standing between her and oblivion is worse. Carville points out the obvious: read more »
Rejecting a personal entreaty from President Bill Clinton, Sen. Edward M.
After my last post, which got stunning reviews; I thought I would follow up with another non-controversial subject.
Who in the Republican party can beat the Clintons? Now I know the gut reaction is going to be Anyone and Everyone should beat the Clintons, but I am more interested in who can actually beat them? read more »
Yet another example of Hillary's supporters using the race angle against Obama...but this time, it's a black guy doing her dirty work. From Dick Morris:
Hillary Clinton, who had told Tim Russert on "Meet the Press" earlier on Sunday morning that if someone on her staff engaged in personal attacks against Barack Obama that person "would be gone," failed to take action or to distance herself from the founder of BET when he launched such an attack.
Karl Rove gives his take on Hillary's big come from behind win in New Hampshire in today's Wall Street Journal. His basic premise? That Hillary's winning the beer drinkers and Obama's winning the wine drinkers, and "there are more beer drinkers than wine swillers in the Democratic Party". read more »