I typically don’t pay attention to the Presidential race until the Conventions, but this race is unique. As it is well known, the DEMS have produced two candidates who will make history regardless of who wins the primary. Obama is the first black to win a caucus and is beating the former First Lady in key states. Now, if the Clinton MoJo is working, Hillary will roar back and take the Left Coast and get the nod from the DEM delegates. One thing that has hurt Senator Clinton is the fact that the Kennedys have endorsed Senator Obama. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/28/us/politics/28kennedy.html?em&ex=1201669200&en=e799ff05bbf92f47&ei=5087%0A
That had to hurt.
The Kennedys are hoping to be seen with a black to bolster their "Civil Rights" resume, even if they believe Obama will lose. What will be truly interesting is if Hillary ends up winning, what she will tell Teddy and Co….
Either way….the South will have its say. I will be extremely surprised if the South votes for Obama. South Carolina is heavily black. Alabama and Mississppi, may be different. And no matter who wins, who will they choose as a running mate? There ain’t NO WAY the US is gonna elect a Black AND a woman to run the country. Nope. No way. Ain’ta gonna happen. In either configuration. Take it as the seventh sign if it happens.