Senator Clinton recently loaned $5 million to her campaign. Senator Obama released his tax returns and asked Senator Clinton to do the same. For some reason Senator Clinton has refused begging the question, “where did the $5 million come from?” As citizens of the U.S. we should expect the candidates to provide us with full disclosure before casting a vote or making a donation to any candidate. Please sign the petition, “Senator Clinton, We Respectfully Request Full Disclosure.”
Obama starts, “Houston, I think we’ve achieved liftoff here.” CNN projecting Obama wins.
Republicans finally have the Supreme Court they’ve been hoping for. Today the Supreme Court refused to hear arguments regarding President Bush’s illegal domestic spying program. CNN has the details. Republicans who believed they were voting to get government off their backs, who believed in smaller government, should abandon the party because it’s obvious the Republicans have abandoned that position.
On the official GOP blog the party has a post attacking Obama and Clinton on their earmarks. In Bush’s State of the Union address he said, “If you send me an appropriations bill that does not cut the number and cost of earmarks in half, I’ll send it back to you with my veto.”
Hillary Clinton’s push to win this nomination through superdelegates is making me more and more think of 1984. Let the voice of the people stand and let superdelegates vote for the winner of the delegates as per the rules set before the Iowa caucus.