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Posted by on Mar 3, 2008 in Politics, Religion | 2 comments

What a Difference a Year Makes

Last March 4th, Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, arms linked with civil rights leaders, were reenacting the 1965 march in Selma, united in declaring their debt to the non-violence of Martin Luther King. Today, they are at the precipice of divisions that could be suicidal for their party in November.

In Obama’s grasp for the nomination and Clinton’s last stand in Texas and Ohio, identity politics are threatening to tear the Democrats apart–accusations against him of Farrakhan sympathies to unnerve Jewish voters, paired with countercharges that the Clinton campaign is fueling them by distributing a photo of Obama in Muslim garb. Voters are being targeted by race, gender, ethnicity, economic status and any other demographic that could prejudice them.

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  • Slamfu

    “Today, they are at the precipice of divisions that could be suicidal for their party in November.”

    Lol really? You don’t think they’ll kiss and make up once the primaries are over like every other party after a nasty primary race? So many seem to be forgetting that things can get ugly in a campaign, but these guys go to work together later. It happens every time. McCain was utterly bent over by Bush in 2000, now he’s the nominee and a supporter of the Pres. Hillary and Obama are not going to rip the party in half or even come close.

  • DLS

    Somehow I don’t see the losing side moving en masse to McCain, oft-Dem Lite that he is. Not the rabid anti-war crowd, that’s for certain.

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