New York State of Mind
It's old news by now that Obama won three states by big margins on Saturday and is favored in the three local primaries (DC, Maryland ...
It's old news by now that Obama won three states by big margins on Saturday and is favored in the three local primaries (DC, Maryland and Virginia) tomorrow. Andrew Sullivan makes this chewing-over-worthy point about the Clinton campaign's strategy of basically punting on this month's remaining primaries in hopes of making better showings in Texas and Ohio on March 4:
Two words come to mind when assessing Clinton's apparent strategy to wait the primaries out till bigger, more fertile states: Rudy. Giuliani.
Naturally, after Obama's big win in Maine yesterday, Sullivan -- one of the conservatives who has fallen in love with Obama -- took time to gloat some more.
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