News Unfiltered Digest: Polling African American Voter Preferences, Pelosi Statement on Iraq, Romney
by News Unfiltered, Wed Nov 28, 2007 at 07:37:54 AM EST
There are a few items on News Unfiltered that may interest the community.
A new poll from the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies shows Obama and Clinton leading among African American voters, with Clinton slightly ahead.
Just weeks ahead of the first presidential primaries and caucuses, Hillary Clinton is the candidate viewed most favorably by likely African American voters -- with Barack Obama running a close second -- according to national survey results released today by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies.
Nancy Pelosi says the president should take responsibility for his Iraq policies.
"President Bush's agreement with the Iraqi government confirms his willingness to leave office with a U.S. Army tied down in Iraq and
stretched to the breaking point, with no clear exit strategy from Iraq.
The Council on American Islamic Relations asks Romney to meet U.S. Muslims over his remarks that he would not consider a Muslim for a cabinet post.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today called on GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney to meet with American Muslim leaders following a controversy over a reported statement that he would not consider Muslims for cabinet posts.