After March 4th 2008, the continued battle within the Democratic Party has gotten ever the fiercer. Hillary Clinton’s victories especially in Texas and Ohio have done wonders to a campaign that had pundits and news agencies asking when she would drop out. Better yet they were wondering; who would tell her she was done.The reasons for her victory are varied. Some point to a poignant commercial where she, in a time of crisis, claims to have more experience than Senator Obama. This ad was swiftly countered by the Obama campaign with an ad attacking her credibility on the war, but it did not obviously resonate as it should have. Conservatives will point out that Obama’s theme of “change,” can only go so far without any concrete evidence that his plans are sound. The same could be said for Hillary and her unrealistic and utterly unfeasible healthcare plan.Responding to the loss, Obama was poised but undoubtedly upset and possible shocked at the outcome. Hillary had expertly attacked him and won but the party faces a major problem heading into the convention. The specter of uncommitted super delegates and a punditry asking if Florida and Michigan should vote again could tear the… Read full this story
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