Friday, July 25, 2008

Obama's path to presidency is far from clear

--LA Times

By Peter Nicholas, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
July 25, 2008

WASHINGTON -- Even as his turn on the global stage hit an emotional peak Thursday with a speech before a cheering crowd of more than 200,000 in Germany, Barack Obama faced new evidence of stubborn election challenges back home.

Fresh polls show that he has been unable to convert weeks of extensive media coverage into a widened lead. And some prominent Democrats whose support could boost his campaign are still not enthusiastic about his candidacy.

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vrajavala said...

A lot of the Black Community is really excited about the candidacy of Cynthia McKinney and her VP running mate Rosa Clemente. the Black community is not buying his trash anymore.

Anonymous said...

Great article, noting Obama's persistent irritating flaws that over time will alienate increasing numbers of Democrats as they notice the absence of reciprocal support from him on issues Democrats have always cared about, because he is too distracted by his quest for power and the WH.
Silicon Valley Democrat