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Obama: Clinton should not quit

Barack Obama refused Saturday to go along with other Democrats who are calling for Hillary Rodham Clinton to step away from the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. "My attitude is Senator Clinton can run as long as she wants," Obama said.
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The Clinton ego will not let Hillary quit

Amid an increasing tidal wave of calls for her to get the hell out of the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination, Hillary Rodham Clinton and her equally adamant former President husband make a clear that they have no intention of dropping their bitter fight and intend to take it to the end, no matter how contentious or damaging to their party.


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Democrats write the GOP campaign plan

It's far too early to make predictions about the potentially ruinous impact on Democratic Party hopes caused by the increasingly acrimonious struggle between senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. But if this thing drags on much longer, it is entirely possible that the eventual winner will be facing a Republican loaded with ammunition the Democrats helped provide.
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Promoting right-wing garbage

Last week, one of the contributors to the popular right-wing blog Instapunk posted a fascinating little essay on what's wrong with black people. The author's critique, including racist epithets, featured the following insights:
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Desperate Clinton plays race card…again

Hillary Clinton Tuesday revived the row over fiery racial rhetoric by Democratic foe Barack Obama's former pastor, as she tried to dodge a storm over her overblown account of a 1996 trip to Bosnia. With the White House race again consumed by bitterness, the New York Senator said she would have left the church had her pastor come out with remarks like those of Reverend Jeremiah Wright.
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4,000 reasons to remember Iraq is an issue

As a campaign issue, the Iraq war has been displaced by the economic damage done by irresponsible home-loan practices and ephemeral distractions like the oratorical excesses of Barack Obama's pastor. Indeed, the war seems somewhere back on the shelf with immigration.
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