Neo-conservative Bill Kristol writes in the New York Times op-ed piece that Barack Obama needed to be as angry at Jeremiah Wright’s attack on the United States as he was when Wright disrespected Obama. One way or another, Wright may just be Hillary’s new best friend.
The situation before Tuesday’s primaries remain dangerous for the Obama campaign. Should he lose both Indiana and North Carolina, it will be nearly impossible to remain composure. The undecided super delegates will begin to think a bit deeper about their pick. Two months ago, Obama had this nomination almost guaranteed, now it almost seems it is slipping from his once confident hands. Should Obama win North Carolina and lose Indiana, then this will wait until June. But if Obama is able to win both states convincingly, it is very possible we may be hearing Senator Clinton’s last speech running for commander in chief.