Not Fair

I found this pretty funny in a thread on the Wyoming caucus, whil looking for delegate info on Mississippi Just Not Fair. . That Obama is better organized, raises more money, has more enthusiastic supporters, and gets more votes. Plus, Wyoming is a rectangular state — another disadvantage for the Clinton camp. And they had this on a Saturday. Is Continue Reading

Robert Reich pleads for Sanity Among Democrats

Who is Robert Reich.  If you listen to NPR,  you know this: Robert B. Reich is Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley. He has served in three national administrations, most recently as secretary of labor under President Bill Clinton. He has written eleven books, including The Work of Continue Reading

I know, I’m WAY too INTO this

My last post shows how I am ,  in light of my previous posts in praise of the conversations about Obama’s “Change you can believe in” and Charlie Pardue’s post and David Fitch’s post and the comments,  WAY too interested in all this Obama vs Hillary stuff. But I can’t help LIKING Obama and NOT wanting Hillary to remain viable.  Continue Reading

Clinton "takes" Ohio, Texas primaries(?); Obama cites delegates

She TAKES Ohio?   I am looking all over to see what the DELEGATE allotment was.  It is ridiculously hard to find.  Ridiculous since the DELEGATES are the only thing that counts.  Percentages only give a rough idea of who may win more,  but when the margin is 54 to 44,  it’s not all possible to get an accurate picture.  So Continue Reading

Clinton Still in the ‘Silly Season’

This is absurd,  and manipulative in the worst way: the attack that received the most pop, on cable television and blogs, came after a photograph of Mr. Obama in ceremonial African garb appeared on the Drudge Report, and the item’s author, Matt Drudge, claimed that the image was provided by a Clinton staff member. Mr. Obama’s campaign manager, David Plouffe, Continue Reading