Amazing when even a CNN.com poll puts Clinton in the Bush zone of turning off 2/3 of the public. And CNN was her biggest fan too, right Wolf? It’s beginning to look like she’s the next hater of the “Democrat” party, perhaps she’ll stick around and smear the will of the voters and the choice of the party and then link up with Lieberman for a surprise INdepedopublican ticket? Perhaps that’s easier to believe than what the Daily news seemed to infer this morning by claiming Clinton is staying in to represent the middle class white folks and help perpetuate the right wing myths regarding Obama being a Muslim, etc.
I’m gonna be sick. And so is George McGovern — one of HRC’s earliest backers, now wants to send her far, far away.
Love this site thought: Hillaryis404.org: This candidacy can not be found. Brilliant!
ABC News, the National Constitution Center and WPVI-TV will host a Democratic Presidential Candidate debate in Philadelphia on Wednesday, April 16th. The live 90-minute debate, moderated by ABC News anchors Charles Gibson and George Stephanopoulos, will air from 8-10 PM ET/PT on the ABC Television Network. — U.S. State Dept. Web site
This is such an ignorant, irresponsible, and backwards move on behalf of ABC, it’s beyond belief.
This would be a perfect opportunity for Disney-owned ABC News Networks to promote their streaming video services. I am crossing my fingers that the debate WILL be live-streaming via local Philadelphia affiliate WPVI. As it stands right now, WPVI has a “breaking alert” that they will live-stream President Bush talking about Climate Change in about 30 minutes.
Don’t even get me started about how ridiculous this concept is: Bush addressing climate change with THE POPE at his side? Hilarious!
Sen. Obama won convincingly in the popular vote in Nebraska, Washington caucuses, Louisiana and Virgin Islands primaries. NYT. His “victory” speech in Virginia below:
Also, Mark Cuban wrote a post yesterday endorsing Michael Bloomberg for president. Nice to see Bloomberg’s name bandied about again, but personally I’m pulling for an Obama-Bloomberg ticket.
UPDATE: Obama had another spectacular caucus showing today to beat Hillary in Maine and also beat Bill Clinton (among others) to win his second Grammy for best spoken word, this time for The Audacity of Hope.