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Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Obama - 2 more Tri-State super-delegates

Sen. Barack Obama, the Democratic presidential front-runner, picked up two Tri-State super-delegates this week.

Yesterday, Rep. Ben Chandler of Kentucky endorsed Obama, D-Ill.

Read the story in the Louisville Courier-Journal HERE.

Today, Rep. Baron Hill of Indiana announced that he too will endorse Obama.

Read the story HERE.


8 Comments:

at 3:14 PM, April 30, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank goodness these two gentlemen have been able to separate Obama from Wright. Obama is running for President, not Wright!

 
at 5:27 PM, April 30, 2008 Blogger usefullidiot said...

And Bush IS president, not Chaney or Rove, WRIGHT???????

 
at 6:54 PM, April 30, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

In other news, John McCain wants to stay in Iraq for 100 years.

 
at 1:24 AM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

In other news,Obama wants to know where Iraq is.

 
at 10:26 AM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is amazing to me why superdelegates do not just keep their powder dry.

Obama has such little experience, and his "polish" is starting to wear off under the heat from Hillary. He even misread a word from a prepared "candid" talk on, of all places, Bob & Tom. He said "Cheats" when he meant to say "creates" and then corrected himself. A telling, unpolished move.

I'm not saying Obama is bad, I just want to see how everything plays out, and we are learning more about this guy, who only 3 years ago was a state senator.

We know Hillary, but what scares me is that we don't know a lot about Obama, and the stuff coming out about him has been less than exhilarating.

If I were a Democrat superdelegate, I would not be throwing my lot in with either candidate yet.

I would also insist on making sure every vote counted - including Michigan and Florida.

 
at 11:41 AM, May 01, 2008 Blogger Cheviot Sports Authority said...

I can certainly separate right from Hussein Obama.
St CSA

 
at 11:25 PM, May 01, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's not going to matter; Hillary will take the convention vote while Obama is in a daze. The Rev. Wrong did him in with his Bigot hate.
He's going to move in a multi million dollar house and leave Obama in the dust. What a pastor! Preaches how bad America is and moves in a mansion funded by white race haters. He's surely been abused by American society. Racism pays when it comes to this phoney.

 
at 10:51 AM, May 02, 2008 Blogger Cheviot Sports Idiot said...

10:26 is a retuglican concern troll.

 
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