The end of the road? A tough candidate and a tough decision

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Hillary Clinton has vowed to stay in the race, even as she faces difficult delegate math. Is it wise for her to drop out of the fight for the Democratic presidential nomination? When and how might she do it?


Mary Harris

Comments [2]

Evelyn C.

It's not like it's a new concept, but Hillary's latest loan to herself is the latest reminder that the amount of $$$ being spent on campaigning for high office in this country is truly obscene. If those who seek to lead the nation really want to address the needs of this country, how wonderful it would be if these millions went to hunger, housing, and healthcare. All a pipe dream, of course. It's not like we're the wealthiest/most developed nation in the world or anything...

May. 08 2008 03:53 PM

It is scary that she is showing signs of extreme desperation. She wants this so badly and seems to feel that it is her right to have. I don't think it's far fetched to think that she would do something underhanded such as spread false negative stories about Obama.

May. 08 2008 03:12 PM

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