Monday, March 10, 2008


Clinton offers Obama the 2nd of the bill in the race for the
presidency. A case of someone offering a job in a house they
don't own. It seems the Clinton's have forgot that they are behind
in the popular vote and in delegates.

Saturday Obama smash Clinton in the Wyoming Caucasus 61 to 38 percent....

"I want everybody to be absolutely clear," he said. "I'm not running for vice president. I'm running for president of the United States of America."

"This kind of gamesmanship, talking about me as VP but not ready for commander-in-chief, that's exactly the kind of doublespeak, double-talk that Washington is very good at," Obama added.

The Illinois senator's campaign clearly recognizes its rival benefits from the increased speculation of a joint ticket.

"They understand that this is a way for the Clinton campaign to play some politics here," "If you suggest to voters, who might have some question about Barack Obama's experience, but they like his message of hope and change, that they could have both, and that maybe he could get eight years of seasoning, that's the suggestion here."

The Clinton's are very aware of the math In this process an seem to be playing a shell game with the voters. Estimates are now that Obama leads Clinton 1,553 to 1,438 in delegates. This can all fall down to the super delegates which is the Clinton's goal for
hopeful bail out.... (CORNER TALK REPORT)

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