WASHINGTON (CNN) - Politics is a business of numbers, and the numbers favor Sen. Barack Obama. But they are changing in ways that give Sen. Hillary Clinton some hope, and have dramatically changed how Republicans look at the presidential election.
In a world of so many polls and findings within those polls, a few stand out:
And in a new Pew Research Center national survey, Clinton's lead among whites who didn't attend college has increased to 40 percentage points from 10 in March.
That right CNN, keep that Wright story in the news, just in time for Obama's win in Guam. So pro-Clinton, so obvious. OBAMA 08'
Here CNN goes again with their RACIST FEAR MONGERING TACTICS. CNN stays up to the minute on if Rev Wright drops a piece of lint off his suit, but they cannot stay up on Clinton saying that she would have the WTO step in on gas prices which is impossible because the WTO has no oversight over this industry. Moreover, CNN cannot seem to stay up to the minute that as of about an hour ago, Obama won Guam. CNN is no better than FOX!!!!!
That you CNN for showing the true so called unbiased face of the media. If I didn't see it before I see it now. And what is with that headline 7 votes???? Obama won by 7%. Get your facts straight. Now we know why we aren't hearing about Peter Paul, or the white ni**ger comment directed at Indiana, or any of the other news that would inform the public of the type of truly unelectable candidate that Hillary truly is. This sort of bias reporting needs to be changed. The American people deserve the truth and not your unbiased sort of reporting. Rev. Wright is not running for President. Obama is and no matter how you attempt to tarnish his reputation the people will see through your nonsense.
CNN, we demand that you change that Headline. 7% not 7 votes in your headline of Obama winning Guam.
CNN, we demand that you change that Headline. 7% not 7 votes
Your network and MSNBC and Fox are spending way too much time on coverage of Jeremiah Wright while ignoring the real issues in the campaign. The amount of coverage on Wright just continues ad nauseum. Please tell your reporters that Guam is not close to Hawaii. It is 8 hours away from Hawaii by airplane.