Monday, March 3, 2008

News for Mar 03 (Evening Edition)

Obama Meets With Veterans in San Antonio


Two Hot Dogs, A Drink, and a Nod to Obama
"A sign proclaiming support for Senator Barack Obama dominates the front of the Gray’s Papaya store on Broadway at 72nd Street. ..."

Inside Obama's Surging Net-Roots Campaign
"From controlling the canvassing operations to corralling e-mail lists, organizing meetings and overseeing national phone drives, Obama's web network is the most ambitious, and apparently successful, internet campaign effort in any presidential race in the web's short history. ..."

Realtime Public Reaction to Clinton "3 AM" Ad
Cris' Comment: I thought the end was hilarious.

Richardson Criticizes Hillary's "Red Phone" Ad Hitting Obama; Praises His Judgment
"But Richardson also offered up some other comments in that interview that have passed unnoticed: Specifically, he criticized Hillary's "red phone" ad, which Hillary pollster Mark Penn credits with shifting the race her way..."

Statement By The Canadian Embassy
"... there was no intention to convey, in any way, that Senator Obama and his campaign team were taking a different position in public from views expressed in private, including about NAFTA. ..."

Obama Plays Policy Wonk Before Texas Vote
"The event didn’t convey a day-before-an-election sense of urgency: Sen. Barack Obama, holding court with 100 veterans and their families at a town hall meeting. ..."


Transcript of Obama Response to Questions re: NAFTA Issue
"Let me just be absolutely clear what happened ..."

Clinton Plays Victim and Victimizer
"She not only is vigorously attacking Barack Obama but simultaneously portraying herself as a victim. It is a nifty political two-step. ..."


Texas, Ohio Could Decide the Nomination
"At the same time, senior Democrats have begun to speak out in private as well as public about the impact a continuation of the bruising campaign might have in a fall confrontation with Sen. John McCain, the Republican nominee-in-waiting. ..."

Canada Defends Obama Over NAFTA Flap
"Canada defended Democratic front-runner Barack Obama Monday over accusations from rival Hillary Clinton that he is secretly at ease with a hemispheric trade accord which he publicly blames for losing U.S. jobs. ..."

Obama Forced onto Defense Day Before Super Tuesday 2
"Barack Obama faced one of his toughest days on the campaign trail Monday, fending off a barrage of attacks from Hillary Clinton, whose camp vows she will fight on past Super Tuesday 2, regardless of the results. ..."

Obama Readies for Tuesday's Contests
"On the day before primaries in Texas, Ohio, Vermont and Rhode Island, Barack Obama makes his final push through Texas in hopes to secure the majority of the state’s 193 pledged delegates. ..."

From Sunday: Richardson - 'Tuesday Is "D-Day" For Dems'
"D-Day is Tuesday," he told Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer. "Whoever has the most delegates after Tuesday should be the nominee. ..."

Move Over Brangelina, For Barackichelle
"Just back from the grocery check-out line, where I picked up a copy of the latest Us Weekly, lured by the cover line "Obama Exclusive! Boxers vs. briefs, Britney & his best Just Like Us pics. ..."

Obama 'Tangles' with the Press
"He added, "Nobody reached out to the Canadians to try to reassure them. They reached out, unbeknownst to the rest of us; They reached out to Mr. Goolsbee, who provided them with a tangible conversation and repeated what we've said on the campaign trail. ..."

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