Obama willing to tear DEM party in nomination battle
by TxDem08, Wed Mar 05, 2008 at 08:39:30 PM EST
In a desperation move to attempt to regain momentum the Obama campaign is exposing exactly what Chicago politics is famous for. Forsaking his "politics of change", Senator Obama's campaign is now in an attempt to shield attention from their candidates looming real-estate/money-laundering/extortion scandal ties, is now willing to destroy and shatter the DEM party in order to throw the kitchen sink in the rehabed but heaterless apartment buildings at Senator Clinton.
"Part of what the Obama campaign would like the focus to be on is ethics -- something adviser David Axelrod said they would be glad to have a debate over. But the Obama campaign may be a victim of time, since an argument on ethics could be tough to steer with the ongoing Rezko trial."
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"Echoing Axelrod, Plouffe said the campaign would be more than willing to tangle with the Clintons, appearing to suggest that if needed they would raise issues like Whitewater that plagued the Clintons in the 90s."
"He (Plouffe)added that because the Clinton campaign couldn't win on pledged delegates, it would try to devise "alternative nomination strategies."
What Mr. Plouffe forgets to mention...just like Obama did with the NAFTA gaffe...is that Barack can't win on pedged delegates either. Thus, here comes Barack's "alternative nomination strategies".
Funny, but I guess when the going got tough, the Unity and Hope went out the window. What were those...words? I guess they were indeed, just words.