"Pelosi has not publicly endorsed either Clinton or Barack Obama in their hotly contested White House battle, but she recently said superdelegates should support whoever emerges from the nomination contests with the most pledged delegates -- which appears almost certain to be Obama."Well we all knew how she was leaning every ways because she hates Hillary and has made no effort to hide it -- how often have you ever seen them together? I haven't seen them once ... okay maybe once, but I couldn't tell you where.
But they are correct in that Pelosi should not be trying to influence the Super Delegates in any way, shape or form.
Of course the Obama campaign is already crying foul -- but why I don't know. It doesn't say that Pelosi should support Clinton, it doesn't say anything bad about Barrack .... all it says is that Pelosi should let the super-delegates do their job the way they know how and to stop trying to influence them.
Pastor Flap Hasn't Hurt Obama - WSJ.com:
"Pastor Flap Hasn't Hurt Obama"I don't believe it. As a matter of fact, I just saw a news story this afternoon that sighted a study that said that both camps are being effected by the controversies surrounding their campaigns. Both were in a dead heat ... but before the Clinton-Bosnia fiasco, he was trailing behind.
WASHINGTON -- The racially charged debate over Barack Obama's relationship with his longtime pastor hasn't much changed his close contest against Hillary Clinton, or hurt him against Republican nominee-in-waiting John McCain, according to a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll.
Now I have read two stories which reference the SAME NBC/WSJ poll .... one said she was in a dead-heat (45-45%), the other said that Clinton has only 37% popularity.
I'm sorry it can't be both.
Statistics lie. And this is a really good example of that.