Sunday, March 2, 2008

News for Mar 02 (Afternoon Edition)

Video From Obama Rally in Rhode Island


I Can't Believe I'm Standing Up For Barack Obama... But I Am
"I am not a devotee or disciple. I am a skeptic, and remain somewhat skeptical. Still, over the past few weeks I have become convinced that Barack Obama is the better choice for the Democratic Party's presidential nominee. ..."

Two Ways to View Change
"After 11 consecutive losses, Hillary Clinton renewed her efforts to win the March 4 primaries by declaring, "It's time to get real about how we actually win this election." It would be all too easy to mock her sentiment. ..."

Rasmussen: Daily Presidential Tracking Poll
"In the Democratic Presidential Nomination. Obama now earns support from 44% of Likely Democratic Primary Voters while Clinton attracts 44% ..."

Gallup Daily: Tracking Election 2008
"Fifty percent of national Democratic voters now favor Barack Obama for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, compared with 42% backing Hillary Clinton. ..."


Obama Slams Clinton on Homestrech
"Barack Obama chides Hillary Clinton on foreign policy experience on Ohio-Texas homestrech ..."

Obama Supporters Have Some Advice for HRC
"Some supporters of Democratic Sen. Barack Obama suggested on the Sunday shows today that rival Sen. Hillary Clinton should reevaluate whether to stay in the race if she fails to win Tuesday’s contests in Texas and Ohio by large margins. ..."

Lisa Ling in Austin, TX
"Among our volunteers making phone calls yesterday was journalist Lisa Ling. We sat down with Lisa after she finished her calls to hear why she's become such a strong supporter of Barack Obama. ..."

Candidates Chase Celebrity Ink and Airtime
"Just before Sen. Barack Obama boogied for a second time on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” he pinpointed the genesis of his rise. ..."

Obama Speaks to Smaller Audience - For a Change
"With just two days left until the Ohio primary, Barack Obama took a break from his usual campaign stops - speaking to thousands at rallies - and hosted a small town hall meeting focusing on “green jobs. ..."

Richardson: Tuesday is D-Day for Democrats
"D-Day is Tuesday," he told Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer. "Whoever has the most delegates after Tuesday should be the nominee. ..."

Rockefeller Defends Obama on Security
"How come then that I feel more hope and more optimistic and more confident in our future than I ever have before? Because of Barack Obama," Rockefeller, who recently endorsed the Illinois senator, said. ..."

Clinton, Obama Vie for Votes in Ohio
"Obama on Sunday spoke with voters in the rural southeast Ohio town of Nelsonville. He credited "green jobs" with helping "reduce dependence on foreign countries for oil, ..."

Obama's Success in Ohio Rests on Shoulders of Ground Troops
"This state has been split down the middle," Michael said after an Obama appearance in Columbus, as volunteers waylaid attendees to press them to cast an early vote. ..."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Chris, Obama is the only candidate that wants to talk to other countries that don't necessar share the us philosophy. From a pragmatic stand point what will you loose if you begin a dialog with your enemies. Someone has to be the first to reach outh their hand in order for a handshake to be made. Thanks for your support of Obama and more importantly your support of world peace.

when someone tell you that change can't happen lets say with one voice "yes we can".

Cris said...

I agree - I don't understand why this idea of not speaking to your enemies makes sense to anyone, especially when we see that former presidents did it and progress was made - Kennedy, Reagan, Nixon, etc. The precedent is there.

Yes, we can.