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Day By Day by Chris Muir March 22, 2008

Day By Day by Chris Muir

Obama is making race THE ISSUE in the Presidential campaign by playing racial constituency politics. Look at the Hispanic pandering yesterday with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson’s endorsement.

Obama has received many of his his elected Democrats delegates by capturing 90 plus per cent of the African American vote in small red states.

This vote ALONE will be insufficient in a general election against John McCain. And, by clinging to Jeremiah Wright he certainly will not be broadening his post-racial appeal to other racial groups.

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2 thoughts on “Day By Day by Chris Muir March 22, 2008

  1. I thought the race issue has put Obama on the defensive which takes away from his postive, hopeful message and momentum. His pastor certainly is a distraction, hopefully Obama can make the race issue last weeks issue.

    Anyone but Hilary 08!

  2. It’s definitely an advantage in Obama to get the African American voters. To be having the first Black President of US is something i look forward into. I think im going to vote for Obama. Yes I agree, anyone but hillary.

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