Sunday, February 10, 2008

A Bit More Clarity

Obama swept the weekend primaries and caucuses (caucusi?). To me, I think this clearly shows where the momentum in the Democratic race is. These were small states, to be sure, and under Democratic rules, there is no winner take all. Yet, surely states coming up must see this and start to wonder. Pennsylvania is a fairly large state coming up. Should Obama do well there, especially in Clinton's backyard, it cannot but bode ill for her campaign.

This has been a historic primary campaign, and it is still on-going. It seems, however, that now, it is Obama's to lose, rather than the other way around.

Yes, we can.

Lord, I almost forgot. Oliver Willis links to this at, in which President Bush takes a swipe at Obama's foreign policy bona fides. I really, really, REALLY like the retort:
"Of course President Bush would attack the one candidate in this race who opposed his disastrous war in Iraq from the start. But Barack Obama doesn't need any foreign policy advice from the architect of the worst foreign policy decision in a generation," said Obama spokesman Bill Burton.

This needs to be repeated as often as possible. Especially since we were told over and over again how "expert" the Bush foreign policy team was.

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