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Sunday, February 17, 2008

News Round Up

Where is our Obama?
Ha'aretz - Tel Aviv,Israel
Barring surprises, Obama will be the Democratic Party's presidential candidate and John McCain will be the Republican candidate. Two decent individuals who ...

Local Presidential Primary Process
KAUZ - Wichita Falls,TX,USA
If a Republican candidate gets 50 percent or more of the vote in Texas, he'll take away all 138 delegates. Even with all the confusion, the bottom line from ...

GOP hopefuls in state House race focus on illegal immigration
Dallas Morning News - Dallas,TX,USA
Clint L. Roberts is the only Republican candidate who hasn't already taken a run at the seat vacated by retired state Rep. Anna Mowery. ...

Voting(or not) May Determine Excommunication
NewsByUs - Boise,ID,USA
Bottom line, no matter how distasteful voting for a Republican candidate might be, many more infants will die an excruciating death if a Democrat is elected ...

Clinton Camp Goes After Obama Over General Election Campaign Financing Plans
Hillary Clinton's campaign on Sunday accused Barack Obama of "flip-flopping" on the use of public financing in the general election campaign, claiming he has abandoned an earlier "unequivocal" pledge from a year ago to do use public funds.
Obama said last year he would accept public financing in the general election if his Republican rival agreed to as well. Obama said the pledge was necessary to minimize the role of special interest financing in presidential elections. His posture — unique among the field of Democrats at the time — won plaudits from campaign finance reform groups and some editorial pages.

McCain Says No New Taxes
WASHINGTON -- Republican John McCain says there will be no new taxes during his administration if he is elected president.


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