The Edwards Ensorsement

Posted by | February 17, 2008 21:45 | Filed under: Top Stories


Obama made a pilgrimage to visit Edwards on Sunday, a week after Hillary Clinton did the same. Mark Halperin has a good take, along with this piece of reportage:

As to what Edwards might do in the end, several informed Democrats believe no endorsement could be the most likely outcome. ABC News reports that Edwards’ advisers believe he will decide before the March 4 primaries.
But the best reported tea leaves come from the Associated Press, whose reporting has been confirmed by The Page, regarding John and Elizabeth Edwards:
“The couple has been impressed with Clinton, who has more effectively courted them since the 2004 vice presidential nominee dropped out, people who talk to the Edwardses say. Obama has been less attentive, they say, and some of those close to the Edwardses have been annoyed that Obama has continued to ridicule him for once saying his biggest weakness is that he has a powerful response to seeing pain in others.”

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By: Alan

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