Yes, do watch out- the Obama people have their "hit" pieces timed to work out precisely around these few days before Super Tuesday- Wal-Mart- Pardons, etc., it's been planned this way and goodness knows what they will try to spring this weekend. They can't fight fair and stick to the issues because he can't win debating policy with Hillary Clinton so they saturate the media with everything other than policy.
Kerry seems like a jerk sometimes- he's the last person Edwards wants to hear from, anyway. Don't you know that Kerry has just been burning with envy over Edwards being in the race and having so much influence in the race? He seems like he has a huge ego.
A vote for Obama is a vote against "Universal Healthcare." Hillary and Edwards have basically the same plan- Edwards himself has said that many times. Hillary has said, "If you don't start with covering everyone, it won't get done." So if your focus is healthcare, you should go with Hillary. Truthfully, besides that, they basically all have the same goals. Not that much difference between them. The Clintons in the 90's though proved they can actually manage the economy with good results. I don't think that should be ignored- but I'd go with your "gut" instinct, whether it's Obama or Clinton.
Great news- and I have to say- I never thought I would even contemplate a Clinton/Edwards ticket but the last debate made me see they worked good together as well. And really- they are so united on "Universal Healthcare"- which Obama does not have and I agree with Hillary- "If you don't start with it, it won't get done." Edwards and Hillary's only main difference is the "lobbyist" issue- but that can be resolved by a lot of weeding.
I too think Obama would do the worse against McCain. Here's where dissing Kyle/Lieberman becomes a liability (He won't protect our troops- he's weak on security)- McCain's weakness, the economy- Obama has shown no great knowledge on that, either. Obama will have no edge on truthfulness. It won't be pretty.