Friday, May 16, 2008
Edwards Endorsement Pays Big For Obama
Barack Obama collected the support of seven of John Edwards' Democratic convention delegates on Thursday, then gained the backing of four superdelegates and a large labor union as he marched steadily toward the party's presidential nomination.
I feel this is a necessary move for Obama. He also picked up in addition, three superdelegates — Reps. James McDermott of Washington, and Henry Waxman and Howard Berman of California.
West Virgina was a hard pill to swallow for Obama. However, no surprise to many of us. An area that is populated with KKK members should not be expected to vote for a black nominee.