February 7th, 2008
09:02 AM ET
6 years ago

Edwards turns his sights to the ACC

(CNN) – Now America knows what John Edwards is doing with his newfound spare time.While his former presidential rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are busy computing delegate-math with their staffers, a relaxed Edwards was spotted with his son Jack at the bi-annual Duke vs. North Carolina showdown on Wednesday night in Chapel Hill.The game was held at the Dean Dome, a few miles from Edwards' home in Raleigh. Edwards, chatting with another basketball fan, sported his familiar blue shirt and blazer look. Jack wore a North Carolina t-shirt.Edwards is a long-time Tar Heels fan who attended North Carolina State as an undergraduate, and law school at the University of North Carolina. (In other words: probably not a big Duke fan.)

– CNN Political Producer Peter Hamby


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  1. G12

    I want a president that keeps me safe from terrorists,
    but I don't want that president to terrorize me and many others in the process of doing so.

    I want a President interested more in providing and putting food in every needy person's mouth, roofs over every homeless person's head, and a mattress for every child's back to lay upon.

    I'm interested in putting my tax dollars to alleviate as much human suffering as possible,

    (rather than keeping a few extra dollars in my pocket to buy more stuff I don't need)

    with no judgments on whomever is suffering, because God/Jesus or whomever you believe and if you don't believe in any God–your conscience, shouldn't care why. I want a president that values humanity more than any currency or power.

    I don't think I'll ever see such a candidate as this given our capitalist system only concerned with "more".

    But it would be nice.

    February 7, 2008 02:16 pm at 2:16 pm |
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