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Entries by Robert Creamer from 05/2008

Why Obama Provides a More Compelling Contrast to McCain than Hillary

| Posted 05.03.2008 | Politics

Our first task is to prove to swing voters that a vote for McCain is a vote for a Bush third term. Over and over we need to demonstrate why "if you liked Bush, you'll love McCain."

Game, Set, Match: North Carolina and Indiana Settled the Democratic Nomination

| Posted 05.07.2008 | Politics

Barack will most likely lose West Virginia and Kentucky, but each one will contribute more delegates to the final number he needs to clinch the nomination.

Top 10 Reasons Obama Defeated Clinton for the Democratic Nomination

| Posted 05.12.2008 | Politics

It's worth looking systematically at the major factors that gave victory to Obama -- fifteen months ago, conventional wisdom viewed him as an audacious long shot.

Even as Clinton Wins West Virginia, Obama's Magic Number Drops to 143 Delegates -- His Political Stock Rises on News from Mississippi

| Posted 05.14.2008 | Politics

Hillary's victory in the heart of her demographic base did nothing to change the fact that the party's nominee will be Barack Obama.

A New Iconic Moment for Bush -- Giving Up Golf

| Posted 05.15.2008 | Politics

According to Nobel Prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz, Bush's War in Iraq will cost American tax payers $3 trillion. The Commander-in-Chief's sacrifice: golf.

Why the Long Primary Battle with Clinton Will Actually Help Obama Win in November

| Posted 05.21.2008 | Politics

Listen to the talking heads drone endlessly about Obama's drubbing in Kentucky and Clinton's superior appeal among working class whites in Appalachia, and it is hard not to believe that the continuing primary battle won't hurt Obama in the fall.

Obama's Path to Victory in November

| Posted 05.28.2008 | Politics

The odds are good that Obama will win the presidency. And if Democrats execute with precision during the campaign, the odds are good that he will win with a healthy margin. Here's why.