Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Hillary Clinton: Just Two Words Stunningly Wrong

The Clintons were wrong about Barack Obama "plagiarizing" the "Just Words" remarks of one-time President Bill Clinton appointee, and Clinton supported candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, Deval Patrick.

See our posts

Monday, February 18, 2008
Snub of Hillary & Bill Motivation for Obama Plagiarism Charges?


Monday, February 18, 2008
Obama Plagiarism Charge Motivated by Snub?


What else is the team wrong about?

(Net the Truth Online)

Texas 'super delegate' says he's for Obama
USA TODAY 2/19/08

Sen. Barack Obama pulled in an endorsement from Texas in the "super delegate" race on Monday and also won the backing of the oldest Hispanic group among Texas Democrats.

Obama also won the endorsement of the Mexican American Democrats. In announcing its weekend decision, the group cited Obama's long-standing relationship with the Hispanic community and his commitment to improving the lives of Hispanics.

"The Mexican-American community needs more than just Spanish-speaking candidates trying to get the Hispanic vote. We need candidates who are committed to improve the lives of Latino men, women and children � whether citizens, legal residents or undocumented � by writing policies that work for us," said John Lopez, chairman of the group's endorsing committee.

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, Obama's rival, has been counting on the Hispanic vote in Texas in the March 4 primary, campaigning in predominantly Hispanic areas and emphasizing her work 36 years ago registering Hispanic voters in Texas.


Obama Wave Stuns Clinton's Black Supporters
By Kevin Merida
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, February 19, 2008; Page C01

You can see the confusion on some of their faces, hear the concern in their voices. How in the world do we deal with this?

Hillary Clinton's black supporters -- especially the most prominent ones -- hadn't expected their candidate to be in a dogfight right now. They thought Barack Obama was an election cycle or two away from being serious presidential timber. They thought Bill Clinton's presidency and the close relationships the Clintons had forged with African Americans would translate into goo-gobs of votes in '08. They were wrong...

Wisconsin Will Test Clinton's Support
Tuesday, February 19, 2008 4:00 AM

Wisconsin is almost the kind of state Hillary Rodham Clinton would have invented to win a Democratic presidential primary, brimming with whites and working class voters who usually support her. A poor performance there Tuesday would raise big questions about her candidacy.

Clinton needs to do something to break Barack Obama's momentum. Her rival has won in eight straight states, including decisive victories last week in Virginia and Maryland, and has begun to diminish her edge with core supporters like women and the elderly.

The Illinois senator also has established a small lead in the crucial hunt for delegates who will pick the party's nominee at this summer's convention in Denver, and he continues to raise more money than Clinton.

Clinton's campaign has focused on March 4 contests in Ohio and Texas as the next major opportunity to revive her hopes. But that's a long way off, and a poor showing in Wisconsin may underscore the New York senator's problems holding on to her cornerstone supporters...

Two caveats: Primaries this year have drawn far more voters than those in 2004; Wisconsin's might as well. And Wisconsin primaries are open to all voters. With the Republican race all but decided for John McCain, Republicans and independents might flock to the Democratic primary, and they have supported Obama more than Clinton so far this year.


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