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 Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine

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MessageSujet: Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine   Mer 5 Mar 2008 - 10:33


Le sénateur Obama doit savoir que l'on ne gagne pas en politique avec le peace and love. Imaginez -vous chers amis ,une campagne nationale où les républicains bombarderont Obama de publicité négative? Va-t-il se comporter comme le petit Jésus face aux attaques de Mc Cain ? Va –t-il se laisser dévorer par les républicains comme il a été anéanti par les campagnes négatives du camp Clinton ces derniers jours? En effet, les Clinton ont gagné par la peur, par la menace et je pense que la stratégie de Clinton risque d'affaiblir le parti démocrate plutôt que de le préparer à gagner les élections présidentielles de novembre.

Aujourd’hui jwet la red .

D'ores et déjà le sénateur Obama a dévoilé ses couleurs dans son discours à San Antonio Hier soir. Il a sévèrement attaqué Hillary en la mettant dans le même panier que MC Cain. Si on assiste à une campagne centrée sur ce genre d’attaque. Il faudra se demander ; où va le parti démocrate ? D’un côté le sénateur ne pourra plus tenir le même comportement face aux attaques d’Hillary qui ont malheureusement été très productrices pour elle. D’un autre coté, il doit attaquer s’il veut gagner les primaires et les élections en novembre prochain. Indubitablement, les semaines à venir seront cruciales pour le parti démocrate, pour les partisans du Sénateur Obama et pour ceux d'Hillary.

Enfin aux dernières nouvelles, le parti démocrate semblerait opter pour un ticket Hillary – Obama ou Obama – Hillary. Je pense que s’il n’y a pas de magouille dans la nomination du candidat à la candidature en Aout prochain, il n’y aura aucun problème pour un ticket Hillary / Obama . Mais s’il y aura magouille pour imposer Hillary. Cela ne marchera pas car le parti démocrate sera tellement divisé que MC Cain gagnera le 4 novembre 2008.

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MessageSujet: Re: Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine   Mer 5 Mar 2008 - 11:01

"Tonight was the Clinton campaign's last best chance to make a significant dent in our lead in pledged delegates, and they have failed," Obama spokesman Bill Burton said in an early-morning statement. "In our latest projections, we will win the Texas caucus with a double-digit margin, and any pledged delegate shift will be absolutely minimal."


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MessageSujet: Re: Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine   Mer 5 Mar 2008 - 14:08

Obama commence à jouer aussi bossale que les Clintons. Il a pris du temps mais il a compris qu'il n'a pas de choix:



(CNN) – Barack Obama's campaign took fresh aim at Hillary Clinton Wednesday for refusing to release her tax returns, asking in a memo circulated to reporters, "What does Clinton have to hide?" "In the face of her unwillingness to release her tax returns, Hillary Clinton has made the false case in this campaign that she is more electable because she has been fully vetted," the memo stated. "When it comes to her personal finances, Senator Clinton’s refusal to release her taxes returns denies the media and the American people the opportunity to even begin that process."

David Axelrod, the Obama campaign's chief strategist, also said in a conference call with reporters Wednesday that Clinton has a history of non-disclosure and is the least-vetted candidate in the presidential race.

Clinton had said she will only release her tax returns if she captures the Democratic nomination, though her communications director, Howard Wolfson, issued a statement Wednesday indicating she would do so around April 15.

"Over 20 years of the Clintons' tax returns are in the public domain," he said. "Their tax returns since they left the White House will be made available on or around April 15. This information will be in addition to 15 years of uninterrupted public financial disclosure reports."

"Instead of making false attacks, we urge Senator Obama to release all relevant financial and other information related to indicted political fixer Tony Rezko," Wolfson also said.

Obama, who released his 2006 tax returns last April, stepped up his pressure on Clinton to release her documents early last month after it was revealed the New York senator loaned her campaign $5 million.

"I think the American people deserve to know where you get your income from," he said. "I've disclosed my income tax returns. I think we set the bar in terms of transparency and disclosure that has been a consistent theme of my campaign and my career in politics.” The New York senator did file a Senate disclosure form last May that revealed the Clinton's income for the previous year was upwards of $12 million. But, according to the Wall Street Journal, a tax return would present a more comprehensive account of the Clinton's income, and include revenue sources that aren't required on Senate disclosure forms.

"Though her campaign has tried to kick the issue down the road, Democratic voters deserve to know, right now, why it is she is hiding the information in her tax returns from last year," the Obama memo stated. "The Clinton campaign has said that they have released copious amounts of financial information but there are many questions about their private dealings that could be answered in their tax returns but not in the information that is currently available.

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MessageSujet: Re: Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine   Mer 5 Mar 2008 - 15:32

Je ne sais pas si la nouvelle stratégie du sénateur serait bonne pour le parti démocrate . Je pense qu'elle est risquée car elle va surement favoriser les républicains.

Par ailleurs, Hillary offre la vice-Présidence à Obama et pourquoi ? Qui est en avance ? Hillary ou Obama . Je pense qu'elle a fait preuve d'arrogance en ajoutant qu'elle sera la candidate ....

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MessageSujet: Re: Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine   Mer 5 Mar 2008 - 15:57

"Par ailleurs, Hillary offre la vice-Présidence à Obama et pourquoi ?" Marc-Henry


Que pense Obama lui-meme sur cette question?


"We are just focused on winning the nomination. That is my focus. I respect Sen. Clinton. She has been a tenacious opponent. It is premature to talk about a joint ticket."

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MessageSujet: Re: Hillary a gagné l'Ohio et le Texas par la stratégie républicaine   Mer 5 Mar 2008 - 20:14

Friends --

Our projections show the most likely outcome of yesterday's elections will be that Hillary Clinton gained 187 delegates, and we gained 183.

That's a net gain of 4 delegates out of more than 370 delegates available from all the states that voted.

For comparison, that's less than half our net gain of 9 delegates from the District of Columbia alone. It's also less than our net gain of 8 from Nebraska, or 12 from Washington State. And it's considerably
less than our net gain of 33 delegates from Georgia.

The task for the Clinton campaign yesterday was clear. In order to have a plausible path to the nomination, they needed to score huge delegate victories and cut into our lead.

They failed.

It's clear, though, that Senator Clinton wants to continue an increasingly desperate, increasingly negative -- and increasingly expensive -- campaign to tear us down.

That's her decision. But it's not stopping John McCain, who clinched the Republican nomination last night, from going on the offensive. He's already made news attacking Barack, and that will only become more frequent in the coming days.


Right now, it's essential for every single supporter of Barack Obama to step up and help fight this two-front battle. In the face of attacks from Hillary Clinton and John McCain, we need to be ready to take them on.

Will you make an online donation of $25 right now?

https://donate.barackobama.com/math

The chatter among pundits may have gotten better for the Clinton campaign after last night, but by failing to cut into our lead, the math -- and their chances of winning -- got considerably worse.

Today, we still have a lead of more than 150 delegates, and there are only 611 pledged delegates left to win in the upcoming contests.

By a week from today, we will have competed in Wyoming and Mississippi. Two more states and 45 more delegates will be off the table.

But if Senator Clinton wants to continue this, let's show that we're ready.

Make an online donation of $25 now to show you're willing to fight for this:

https://donate.barackobama.com/math

This nomination process is an opportunity to decide what our party needs to stand for in this election.

We can either take on John McCain with a candidate who's already united Republicans and Independents against us, or we can do it with a campaign that's united Americans from all parties around a common purpose.

We can debate John McCain about who can clean up Washington by nominating a candidate who's taken more money from lobbyists than he has, or we can do it with a campaign that hasn't taken a dime of their money because we've been funded by you.

We can present the American people with a candidate who stood shoulder-to-shoulder with McCain on the worst foreign policy disaster of our generation, and agrees with him that George Bush deserves the benefit of the doubt on Iran, or we can nominate someone who opposed the war in Iraq from the beginning and will not support a march to war with Iran.

John McCain may have a long history of straight talk and independent thinking, but he has made the decision in this campaign to offer four more years of the very same policies that have failed us for the last eight.

We need a Democratic candidate who will present the starkest contrast to those failed policies of the past.

And that candidate is Barack Obama.

Please make a donation of $25 now:

https://donate.barackobama.com/math

Thank you,
David

David Plouffe
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Obama for America


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