Friday, March 21, 2008

More bad news for Clinton...

New Mexico Bill Richardson has endorsed Barack Obama.

That's not good news for Clinton who relied heavily on the Hispanic vote in California and Texas.

And...take this with a grain of salt....there's "talk" that former Sen. John Edwards is holding on to his 25 pledged delegates and is considering throwing his support behind Al Gore, if Gore steps forward as an alternative to the Democrats. The scenario supposedly is, Gore steps in if the race can't decide between Obama and Clinton, offers Obama the number two spot on the ticket as his runing mate, and Clinton gets offered the Majority Leader post in the Senate.


Blogger mccommas said...

Bad news for Clinton my Aunt Fanny. She is the comeback kid now!

Your man has stuck his foot in his mouth and in his one chance to right the wrong he blew it.

Even if your Obama can recover the Abortion/Surrender Party's nomination there will still be hell to pay in November for aliening with racists.

People would rather vote for a war hero than a racist-sympathizer who has no experience with national security in a time of war.

Your man is facing bad news.

8:31 PM  
Blogger wtfdnucsailor said...

Ray - Interesting scenario. I don't see either campaign buying it. Both Obama and Clinton have spent too much time, money and personal effort to give up to Al Gore. If the convention is deadlocked after two ballots, I can see the convention going for Gore as a compromise, but I don't know how that will effect the general election. Obama's 'Race Speech' may have convinced Dems but did he convince Independents and Republicans? I am not sure that he did yet. While this is a tough time for the Democratic Party as they struggle with this decision, it is wonderful for the press and pundits. Miles and miles of ink will be spent as we work our way to November.

12:00 PM  

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