Jackson wields the knife, The New Yorker provides cover.
We have a Barack-solid Democratic Presidential nominee. It’s all about Barack, now baby.
Yes, this week Hillary “Rocky” Clinton and other Democrats circled the wagon and fired back to help Obama stave off the short knife of a weak am-Bush.
The Dems are fielding two top dogs in a one-way race.
We can blame Barack for this primary-voting mania and that is part of the fun.
Barack Obama's speech today was a bombshell; it was not safe rather it was a bold walk on hot water.
Finally, I am fed up with the Right’s “Barack as black boogey-man” argument because it plays only to the base of human nature — fear.
We may all need psychological counseling when this thing is done wringing us out on its high-spin cycle.
Obama did not and should not say that he would be more historic or represent greater change as the "black" president.
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