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And So It Begins...
Posted by: Dale Franks on Wednesday, March 05, 2008

So much for "the audacity of hope"...
The Obama campaign is stepping up the rhetoric. Campaign Manager David Plouffe went so far as to call Hillary Clinton the "most secretive politician in America today."

..."I think that you know Sen. Clinton has talked a lot about disclosure in the last few days,” Plouffe told reporters. “Sen. Clinton is the most secretive politician in America today. This has been a pattern throughout her career of the lack of disclosure.”

Echoing Axelrod, Plouffe said the campaign would be more than willing to tangle with the Clintons, appearing to suggest that if needed they would raise issues like Whitewater that plagued the Clintons in the 90s.
"How will it end?"

"In fire."

Well, if we're lucky.
 
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I’m wondering if the Obama campaign is betting on the idea that if the primary starts to get too ugly, to the point that the damage being done to both candidates makes the general election unwinnable, that the superdelagates will go ahead and pledge to his candidacy before the convention.
 
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I’m lazy. I’ll admit that.

At this point, except to insiders, does it matter? Which swing states will these ads run in? Are the primaries left in states where the ad spend will reach undecided voters who care? Or are we thinking the media will report all the negative nationaly?
 
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I loved that Babylon 5 scene. Great show.
 
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I loved that Babylon 5 scene. Great show.
So who is playing the role of the Vorlons now?
 
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Burn baby burn...
 
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So who is playing the role of the Vorlons now?
And whose head is going to end up on a pike?
 
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I’m still waiting for the Obama camp to say that Hiliary’s weak handling of "universal healthcare" caused the loss of Congress to Newt in ’94.
 
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