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Entries by Robert Creamer from 03/2008

We Don't Just Need A Democratic President. We Need a Movement to Change Washington.

| Posted 03.01.2008 | Politics

Obama's campaign has demonstrated clearly his ability to lead a movement of millions of average Americans. Leading a movement is not what Clinton is cut out to do.

Clinton's "Big State" Myth: Why Barack Obama Remains the Most Electable Democrat This Fall

| Posted 03.05.2008 | Politics

The Clinton Campaign's post March 4th message is to forget about the delegate count and nominate Hillary because she can win the big states Democrats need in November.

The Clinton "Big State" Myth Volume #2: New State-by-State Data Confirms that Obama Remains the Strongest Candidate in November

| Posted 03.07.2008 | Politics

If the Clinton campaign is going to convince "superdelegates" to swing her way, survey results show that they're going to have to come up with rationale other than "electability."

Political "Earthquake" in Hastert's Illinois CD Boosts Case for Obama

| Posted 03.09.2008 | Politics

Not only is Obama the most electable Democratic candidate for president this fall, he's also the candidate that will help elect more Democrats to the House and Senate.

Helping to Elect Other Democrats Has Never Been a Clinton Strong Suit

| Posted 03.13.2008 | Politics

In the end, the contest for the Democratic presidential nomination is about whether Democrats want to go back to the nineties, or forward into the future.

Why Obama's Speech on Race Was Such a Political Home Run

| Posted 03.19.2008 | Politics

Obama showed America that he is the guy you want answering the red phone at 3AM. But he also talked to Americans as adults, showing he trusted the voters.

Time for Superdelegates to Ratify Obama's Insurmountable Pledged Delegate Lead and Settle the Democratic Nomination

| Posted 03.26.2008 | Politics

Superdelegates will be faced with exactly the same choice now or in June. It is much better for the party -- and for our nominee -- that they make that decision now.

McCain Foreign Policy Speech: You Can Put Lipstick on a Pig, but It's Still a Pig

| Posted 03.27.2008 | Politics

McCain can't get around the fact that his commitment to a long-term American presence in Iraq poisons our relationship with the rest of the world - our allies, the Third World and certainly the Muslim world.