Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Obama: Tonight is for Grandmother who raised him

That's the way to do it. Wants to thank all those in Montana and South Dakota who stood up for change today... all others... want to thank men and women who took journey with me as fellow candidates for president... this defining moment for our nation proud our party put forth one of most qualified candidate field of those ever to run for office... not just competed... learned from them as friends...

Some pundits were wondering whether Obama would follow his pre-prepared speech which includes glowing references to Hillary Clinton and her accomplishments since they've said Clinton did not congratulate him on his victory obtaining the delegate threshold.

Pretty much follows the expected... varies only in congratulating Clinton for her South Dakota win and the campaign she has run...

Yep, offering Clinton a spot in his Presidency something to do with being right at the forefront when they deal with universal health care...

Transcript of Obama’s Remarks in St. Paul, Minnesota

...And you can rest assured that when we finally win the battle for universal health care in this country, she will be central to that victory. When we transform our energy policy and lift our children out of poverty, it will be because she worked to help make it happen. Our party and our country are better off because of her, and I am a better candidate for having had the honor to compete with Hillary Rodham Clinton...


Net the Truth Online

Transcript of Obama’s Remarks in St. Paul, Minnesota


26.5 supers announce their endorsements as the polls close in Montana.
***According to campaign count, he has gotten enough elected and superdelegates to stake a claim to the nomination.***

See detailed list of his superdelegate pickups Tuesday here.


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