Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Pastor Flap Hasn't Hurt Obama

The racially charged debate over Barack Obama's relationship with his longtime pastor hasn't much changed his close contest against Hillary Clinton, or hurt him against Republican nominee-in-waiting John McCain, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.

Obama Campaign Depicts Clinton as Serial Exaggerator

"What makes Clinton’s situation unique—and the Bosnia embellishments so damaging—is the fact that the New York senator has built her candidacy on the illusion of experience. Any attack on her credentials is a potential Achilles heel."

Chris Wallace backpedals on Fox News criticism

It was probably the most-watched segment Fox News has aired in months. Last Friday, “Fox and Friends” host Steve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, and Gretchen Carlson spent the better part of the morning demonizing Barack Obama over the “typical white person” flap, mainly by removing the quote from context.

Hillary Clinton: The Real Bosnia Footage

"...and yes, even show a little marksmanship on a terrorist hiding under a tank."

Obama is a PIMP... not a President


New Poll: Obama Beats McCain in General Election

In hypothetical matchups for November's election Sen. Obama still edges Sen. McCain 44% to 42%. But Sen. Clinton trails McCain by two points, 44% to his 46%.

The Likelihood of Democratic Deserters

Hillary Clinton supporters (28%) are more likely than Barack Obama supporters (19%) to say they would vote for John McCain for president if their candidate does not win the Democratic nomination.