Campaign News and Hillary Clinton on The O’Reilly Factor

The latest Rasmussen Poll gives Hillary a 5 point edge in Indiana and McClatchy reports, “Clinton cutting into Obama’s lead in North Carolina.” WRAL reports, “Poll: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama in tight race for N.C. votes.”

It is an exciting time for North Carolina voters. For the first time in decades, they have a say in the Democratic primary for president.

A WRAL news poll released Wednesday shows Barack Obama’s double-digit lead over Hillary Clinton among Tar heel Democrats is eroding.

Isn’t Democracy wonderful? Isn’t it awesome to see states that have counted in decades, actually having a say in this primary process? Shame on the Superdelegates and party officials who keep wanting to end the process early and crown Obama the nominee.  

On MYDD today, Jerome Armstrong has a good view, worth reading, on the latest polls and Todd Beeton explains “Obama’s Growing Independent Problem.”  

A twelve year old volunteer in Indiana says, “Hillary Has 30 Years Experience and That’s a Lot” — Read Alec’s post.

Hillary is picking up a Connecticut Superdelegate today — John Olsen, president of the Connecticut AFL-CIO.

Hillary Clinton was on “The O’Reilly Factor” last night. Considering it was O’Reilly, it was a good interview. Watch Part 1 here:

Watch Part 2 here:

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Pamela Leavey is the Editor in Chief, Owner/Publisher of The Democratic Daily as well as a freelance writer and photographer. Pamela holds a certificate in Contemporary Communications from UMass Lowell, a Journalism Certificate from UMass Amherst and a B.A. in Creative Writing and Digital Age Communications from UMass Amherst UWW.
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6 Responses to Campaign News and Hillary Clinton on The O’Reilly Factor

  1. Janis says:

    I understand she also has five new superdels! If she can win NC, I will be over the MOON. Everyone was saying he’d take that, and she’d do well in the others. I’d like to see how far they’d have to move the goalposts to account for a Clinton win in NC!

  2. Gilbert Martinez says:

    I’m too busy working on the thesis and fiddling with the computer to pay much attention to the world. I’m having to rely more and more on bloggers like you to keep me informed :o). Thanks!

  3. Gilbert

    Thesis takes precedent! Stay focused.

  4. Darrell Prows says:

    I’m still disgruntled about the debate decline. To make it worse, I haven’t seen even one item that makes his decision palatable to me.

    If Clinton scores the popular vote lead Tuesday, it’s hard to see what would stop her momentum.

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  6. Joel says:

    I disagree that she would be a good fighter based O’Reilly’s interview. I almost bought it. There is a thing called brutal honesty. Hillary is not honest.

    Did you notice she didn’t drop the Rev Wright issue?
    No wonder she came on. It was another posture. She is saying thank you for attacking Barack and allowing me to continue it. I don’t think bellicose language is best for foreign relations.
    She has more shady corrupt associations. Expose and kick the Clintons to the curb.

    Finally, there is a link to her campaign stealing $3000+ from a supporter’s visa. That supporter is now an Obama supporter. Obviously, the media Can’t Or Won’t so we voter’s need to allow others to see this person, who is steeped in corruption. You tube com / watch? V=e-MzByUHIzw & feature =email. It confounds me how people can follow and elect such a dishonest, corrupt, goldilocks; (she called herself this) for President.
    Now voters ask yourselves; who are the elitists? Also, voters don’t forget you can Google the Hillary Project (latest updates) says when the date is Hillary will give her deposition for campaign fraud. Believe me. It will be after the ELECTION. Ask Hillary; however I doubt if you get a truthful answer.