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Gallup Poll

National
Clinton 47, Obama 45

McCain 47, Obama 44... McCain 48, Clinton 45

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Comments
Pat:

HRC short lived lead is evaporating, as I expected.

Regarding McCain, it is ridiculous that we have such double standards in the way media is covering these candidates. McCain gets all the breaks.

McCain spiritual guide accused government of enabling Black Genocide:

Reverend Rod Parsley of the World Harvest Church of Columbus, Ohio -- whom Sen. John McCain hails as a spiritual adviser -- has suggested on several occasions that the U.S. government was complicit in facilitating black genocide.

See video link: www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/03/21/mccain-spiritual-guide-ac_n_92757.html


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Clintonite:

Despite HRC not holding any events today, you do understand that she is still UP and Obama was endorsed by Richardson so that's bad news for him.

Don't look now, but Democrats are in trouble, especially with Obama at the top, which is where we stand today. Superdelegates can sense the general election dangers of an Obama candidacy, but at the same time can also imagine the furor if they decide against him. News flash folks: What makes anyone think Clinton supporters will be any less outraged? Like I said, all signs point to trouble.

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Pat:

obama controversy is a scam!!! See the video for yourself. Wright was quoting someone else who had made these comments on fox news earlier.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOdlnzkeoyQ

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RS:

@Clintonite:

Perhaps you did not see the dates of this poll - it was March 18-20. It is not a poll of opinion on March 21 or opinion affected by events today!

Yeesh, you'd think people have better sense when putting out their comments.

When Senator Obama finishes the campaign with the lead in pledged delegates, and quite probably also in the popular vote, Clintonistas and Clintonites will have no rational ground to feel outraged. They still can feel outraged all they want... but it won't be logical.

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