While Obama shook hands along the rope-line, every mind and heart in Reynolds, North Carolina realized that the president was back in the race.
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Barack Obama's campaign may get a major electoral boon from an organization that was accused of conspiring against him in the primary.
The Limbaugh Effect was real, reducing Obama's margin of victory in North Carolina and easily providing enough votes to give Clinton her 23,000-vote margin in Indiana.
Barack Obama called his North Carolina primary win on Tuesday a victory against the "politics of division and the politics of distraction."
A sweeping defeat for Obama in Pennsylvania or a slow bleed through the last ten contests will plant the question of electability in the minds of some superdelegates.
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