At a press conference in Moline, IL Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama denied that there is any tension between himself and the Clintons, and that he gave President Bill Clinton a topic for his Wednesday night convention speech.
With a new ad released in praise of Hillary Clinton and surrogates dispatched to the Sunday talk shows, it seems that presidential campaign of John McCain is trying to split the Democratic Party between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
Here is the new McCain ad:
Joe Biden’s performance today in Springfield, IL was everything Biden followers have come to expect. It was passionate, pointed, emotional, and just a little odd in spots. It was also something I didn’t expect, direct.
Some, mostly Hillary Clinton supporters, will argue that Joe Biden was not the best choice to be Barack Obama’s running mate, but below are five reasons why he was the best choice for the Obama ticket.
It has been reported by CNN and MSNBC that Barack Obama’s running mate will be Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware. The choice is not a surprise as momentum had been building towards a Biden selection for the past two weeks.
CNN just reported they have confirmation from many sources that Senator Evan Bayh of Indiana and Governor Tim Kaine of Virginia have both received a phone call from Barack Obama telling them neither of them has been selected to be the running mate.
TV station KMBC in Kansas City is reporting that a Lenexa, Kansas company is printing Obama/Bayh literature. Wouldn’t it be amazing if all the Obama campaign’s secrecy about this announcement was ruined by a bumper sticker?
Vice President Dick Cheney needs to hide in “an undisclosed location.”
Well, Dick Cheney can go F himself…
With Barack Obama expected to name his running mate at any time now, a true dark horse finalist has emerged. Rep. Chet Edwards of Texas is being reported as one of the finalists in the Obama VP search.
Yesterday, when asked by Politico how many houses
In an interview with Time magazine, Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama dropped a few hints about the kind of VP he is looking for. These new hints have me wondering if a surprise pick is on the way.
On an afternoon media call Obama advisor Richard Clarke went after John McCain’s judgment on Iraq and Afghanistan. He called the Republican quick draw McCain and said that he was reckless, trigger happy, and discredited.
Since the end of the Democratic primary Barack Obama has faced a barrage of negative advertising that has cost him his lead, and the turned the 2008 presidential election into a tie. Below are five things that Obama can do to get his lead back.