Tuesday.. Indiana and North Carolina are at the front of the line on the primary chase for the White House. Barack Obama is favored in both states. But on May 6th, we're going to see if Hillary Clinton is scoring points on her claim that she's really the one who should lead the party into the White House, and be the Commander from "day one." We will also see if Obama has been critically harmed by the statements of Reverend Jeremiah Wright.. and his now severed connection to him. Polls also show most voters say Obama has handled the Wright problem.. in the right way.
If Barack Obama wins both states Tuesday, is it time for Hillary Clinton to bow out? If Clinton upsets Obama in the two states, should he admit his campaign has foundered, and it's time for him to rally the party? Or do we let this drama play itself out, right up to the convention? Let us know here in my blog.. and in our poll question section of the home page today. RH
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