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Entries by Mayhill Fowler from 05/2008

Obama Walking The Walk On Change

| Posted 05.02.2008 | Huffington Post

A gas tax holiday? That's not change. Clinton's judgment waxes and wanes like the FM signal on a long-distance drive. She has the working-class vote. Why is she toiling overtime to abase herself before it?

Clintons Tagteam North Carolina Undecideds; Little Sign Of Obama

| Posted 05.05.2008 | Huffington Post

Obama counting on a win in North Carolina has been both a plus--because he had the freedom to spend less time here--and a minus, because the consequence has been that, unlike the Clinton campaign, his has been a North Carolina fly-over, a drive-through.

Clintons On Site and On Fox, Pulling Close in NC

| Posted 05.06.2008 | Huffington Post

Many North Carolina voters say they saw Hillary on Fox with OReilley, which was a good thing. They were also swayed by live interaction with one of the three Clintons. Obama, they say, just wasn't around.

Hillary, Go With Grace

| Posted 05.07.2008 | Huffington Post

Clinton's Ind. victory speech suggests she's not ready to take the high road. But it is the end and she might consider leaving on a grace note today by conceding at an event celebrating next-generation women.

Obama's Key To The Blue Collar Vote

| Posted 05.15.2008 | Huffington Post

Obama can better connect with working-class voters by talking to them about education. That's the issue. He should drop in on small groups of folk, like Bill Clinton does, and sharply focus his answers and his questions!

Obama's Clouded Victory Rally

| Posted 05.21.2008 | Huffington Post

In the VIP line at the rally were those who had caucused for Edwards, Kucinich, Richardson, Biden and Dodd. There were Iowans for all the Democratic candidates. Except one. And there were no Republicans.

Iowa Republican Change Candidate

| Posted 05.23.2008 | Huffington Post

"Personally, I think the sales gas tax holiday being proposed is like peeing your pants on a cold winter's day: It feels nice and warm for a little while, but very soon begins to feel quite cold."