Friday, February 15, 2008

Are we nearing the end?

We may very well be.

Latest reportswould seem to suggest -- and maybe strongly -- that Illinois Sen. Barack Obam's momentum surge might becoming something that New York Sen. Hillary Clinton willnot be able to stop. Here's what I'm talking about:

1. The next two Democratic primaries -- coming up Tuesday -- are Wisconsin and Hawaii. Obama is leading in the polls in Wisconsin, and he was born in Hawaii and is expected to win there. That would be 10 straight victories.

2. A new American Research Group poll shows Obama taking the lead in Texas (one of two key March 4 contests that Clinton MUST win. (The other is Ohio.)

3. The Service Employees Union, one of the largest and most active within the Democratic Party, has decided to throw its support behind Obama. That gives him great organization support in both Texas and Ohio going into the March 4 primaris.

4. And finally, Rep. John Lewis of Georgia, an elder statesman of the civil rights movement, and one of Clinton's most prominent black supporters, said yesterday that he will cast his super delegate vote for Obama, according to the New York Times.

If all of that happens, it's over.


Blogger mccommas said...

Very unbiased news report.

Thanks again Mr. Hackett. We can always count of you to be objective and just state the facts and nothing but the facts.

As always I have no idea which side you are on by the objectivity of your news reports.

Someday you will have to tell us whose side you are really on in your personal beliefs

We are all just dying to know.

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