Wednesday, March 5, 2008

News for Mar 05 (Evening Edition)

Obama "Blacker" Ad No Accident
"Nothing in advertising is accidental. It is over-thought and then subjected to second thoughts and second guessing then over-thought and re-looked at again. I've been doing this ten years. It is my professional opinion that the film was made darker ..."

Audio from March 5 Obama Camp Conference Call
I found this very interesting - I'll keep posting audio clips as I find them.

Susan Rice (Obama Foreign Policy Adviser) on Tucker Today


Rolling Stone: The Machinery of Hope
"Inside the grass-roots field operation of Barack Obama, who is transforming the way political campaigns are run ..."

Obama Wins Delegate Fight in Texas
"Obama Texas State Director Adrian Saenz issued a statement on the projected primary and caucus results that show Senator Obama won more Texas delegates than Senator Clinton. ..."

AJC: Another Georgia Superdelegates Sides with Obama
"Georgia Democratic Party chairwoman Jane Kidd has endorsed Barack Obama for president, giving the Illinois senator another Georgia superdelegate vote. ..."

Superdelegates Play Hardball
"Flexing their new power to determine the Democratic presidential nomination, a bloc of Ohio superdelegates is withholding endorsements from Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton until ..."

Gallup Daily: Clinton 48%, Obama 44%
"Hillary Clinton has moved ahead of Barack Obama in national Democratic nomination preferences, 48% to 44%, in polling conducted Sunday through Tuesday. ..."

Obama Goes on the Offensive
"If the only criteria is longevity in Washington, then she's certainly not going to beat John McCain on that. ..."

Who is Barack Obama?
"... Obama is still the frontrunner, but he can’t win unless he behaves like he’s way behind."

Clinton's Advisers Plan for the Endgame
"Advisers to Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on Wednesday began plotting a ground game, advertising budgets and a confidence-brimming outreach strategy in hopes of both scoring a big victory in April’s Pennsylvania primary ..."

Obama Camp Claims TX Delegate Victory
"The Obama campaign says it will win the delegate battle in Texas when the primary and caucus results are combined. ..."

Hillary, 'Most Secretive Politician in America?'
"As it relates to ethics and transparency,” Plouffe said, “we're surprised that they would want to have an extended conversation about contributors and land deals and ethics issues. I don't think that's a lengthy conversation that's probably going to work out very well for them. ..."

Hillary's New Math Problem
"Hillary Clinton won big victories Tuesday night in Ohio, Texas and Rhode Island. But she's now even further behind in the race for the Democratic nomination. How could that be? Math. It's relentless. ..."

Obama Says He Will Sharpen Criticism
"What exactly is this foreign policy experience?" Obama asked mockingly. "Was she negotiating treaties? Was she handling crises? The answer is no. ..."

Clinton Wins, Obama's Still Ahead; What's Next?
"ABC News' David Chalian Reports: This is where math and momentum meet. ..."

As Dem Race Tightens, Will Superdelegates Step In?
"But many Democratic officials worry that if party insiders choose the candidate with fewer elected delegates, that could cause an uproar, bringing back memories of the turbulent 1968 Chicago convention ..."

Poll: Obama and Clinton Lead McCain; Change vs. Experience is the Roadmap
"A surge of Democratic allegiance is boosting Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton alike in match-ups against John McCain ..."

Behind the Scenes on a Rough Night for Obama
"Obama came on the scene without warning ... Seeming less energized than usual -- or maybe just exhausted -- he declared to the plaza crowd, "We are in the middle of a very close race here in Texas. We might not know the results until the morning. ..."

Contests Leave Democratic Race Up in the Air
"The latest round of Democratic contests leveled the playing field, leaving everyone asking, "Now what happens? ..."

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