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  •  any Hillary electability argument still does not (1+ / 0-)
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    kosophile

    take into the fact of how black/young Obama voters will view this has having been stolen. Obama needs to start framing a Hillary win by supers as illegit. If the shoe was on the other foot Hillary would have already done so. The one problem I do have with the Obama campaign is that they don't know how to fight the media spin wars.

    After Obama's eighth straight victory, Penn told reporters: "Winning Democratic primaries is not a qualification or a sign of who can win the general election.

    by nevadadem on Mon Apr 28, 2008 at 09:40:30 AM PDT

    •  IMPOSSIBLE to fight the Media spin wars... (0+ / 0-)

      Just can't be done...when EVERY news media outlet is controlled by this administration, nothing positive will ever come out of it for Obama...it's pretty obvious who controls this country, The Media...pretty sad, pretty disgracful, and quite frankly makes me ashamed to call America my home.

      •  only way to win spin wars (1+ / 0-)
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        kat68

        is to be losing.  The media are enjoying this fight way too much.  If Clinton were ahead they'd be aiding Obama just to make it last longer.  

        I'm hoping people start taking MSM more to task for the trash job they've done on this election and covering world events.  They haven't been news in a while, they've been infotainment WWF style.  

        I was actually glad to see the NYT had taken a 9% dip in Sunday readership.    Maybe if other MSM outlets start tanking a little they'll get the message.

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