January 24th, 2008
05:45 AM ET
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CNN=Politics Daily

CNN=Politics Daily is The Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team.

CNN=Politics Daily is The Best Political Podcast from the Best Political Team.

(CNN) - A new round in the political slugfest is underway as the presidential candidates push full force toward Super Tuesday.

In the latest installment of CNN=Politics Daily, former president Bill Clinton shoots back at the Obama campaign and the media, alleging he’s been falsely accused of playing the race card. CNN’s Jessica Yellin reports on the latest fallout.

Meanwhile, the Obama campaign insists the Illinois senator is the one who’s being targeted by hardball politics from the Clinton camp. Candy Crowley set the scene in South Carolina.

Finally, the hunt for delegates is underway. Courting voters and winning majorities is no longer as important as winning delegates in the Super Tuesday states, says Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider. He explains who the delegates are and which candidates they will likely help.

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- CNN’s Emily Sherman

soundoff (78 Responses)
  1. Bobby

    Forget the race card
    It seem to me that when we do polls everyone ask the same question and it don't cover enough

    Lets try asking Americans if our FICA should be raided for the third time in the last 7 years ( Boy for a system thats going broke why keep taking from it )

    And our war is in the Middle East do you think a Woman can reason with Mens
    who see Womans as second Citizens

    And finally did The Clinton Empire & The Democrat party
    shoot them self in the foot and lost this election to the Republican Party by trying to put the Black boy in his place (shaking my head )

    January 24, 2008 11:04 pm at 11:04 pm |
  2. Vicki

    DOES ANYONE THINK OBAMA COULD WIN WITHOUT OPRAH OR THE KENNEDY ENDORSEMENTS–ALBEIT JFK WOULD NOT VOTE FOR OBAMA. CNN–WHY ARE YOU ONLY BEHIND THE POLL FAVORITES EACH PRIMARY?

    January 27, 2008 04:36 pm at 4:36 pm |
  3. Ed M

    What is wrong with Bill Clinton? His 8 years were the best 8 years of my life. The last 8 the worst. If I could vote for Bill again I would be at the polls as soon as the opened. I kind of liked the idea of the country being in the black for a change. I am white but I liked the extra attention that the Blacks got during his term in office. Mostly they were just treated as they should be- like American citizens.

    January 29, 2008 07:35 pm at 7:35 pm |
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