Saturday, April 26, 2008

Obama Supporters want decisiveness

Democratic waffling and a failure of the superdelegates to take decisive action on the nomination has some Barack Obama supporters worried.

House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn, D-S.C., the highest ranking African-American and third highest Democrat in Congress, warned that continued negative campaigning may hurt the party's chances in November.

He is also worried about a protracted struggle.
"If this party is perceived by people as having gone into a back room somewhere and brokered a nominee, that would not be good for our party."

Barack Obama hears from Bernard Smith about the economy at a townhall meeting in Marion, Indiana today.

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