The New York Times is reporting Obama girl didn’t vote.
Archives for February 7, 2008
The first African American elected POTUS or the first woman elected POTUS? A DFL activist told me the other day that he and his wife got in an argument over which would be groundbreaking – electing a black president or a female president in 2008. On the one hand, African Americans got the right to Read more →
…in order to appease conservatives: “Now I know I may not be in some of your wildest dreams but I can tell you what your worst nightmare is. It’s one of the big spendin’, tax raisin’, abortion promotin’, gay marriage embracin’, more-welfare-without-accountability lovin’, school-reform resistin’, illegal-immigration supportin’ Democrats for governor who thinks Hillary Clinton should Read more →
GOP Sen. Norm Coleman says conservative critics of John McCain will be there for him in November’s general election but he says McCain has some work to do. In his weekly conference call, Coleman said McCain will have to tout his conservative credentials to earn that conservative support. “I think he does have to go Read more →
Mitt Romney made his concession/suspension speech at CPAC. John McCain will be speaking at the event later today. Politico is reporting that CPAC organizers are telling attendees to not boo McCain. This is not a good way for any GOP nominee to start his push to win the general election. As you already know, some Read more →
Sorry the digest is late. Computer problems plagued me. One day after Super Tuesday, the focus is now on the bread and butter issues. Concerns over job losses and problems in the mortgage industry are prompting fears of a recession. That means Minnesota’s budget deficit could get bigger. Reorganization at Macy’s doesn’t help the situation Read more →
Here’s the story: WASHINGTON (AP) – Mitt Romney will suspend his presidential campaign for the Republican nomination, The Associated Press has learned, effectively ceding the nomination to John McCain. “If I fight on in my campaign, all the way to the convention, I would forestall the launch of a national campaign and make it more Read more →