Robert Reich to Endorse Obama

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Heilemann: Robert Reich to Endorse Obama
Secretary of Labor Robert Reich with Hillary Clinton at an education event in Washington, 1994.
Photo: Corbis

If the Democratic presidential race were a poker game, by now you'd have to suspect that Barack Obama's campaign is dealing from the bottom of the deck: Rarely a day goes by when it doesn't slap another ace down on the table. The aces in this (possibly strained) metaphor are endorsements, and it often seems as if the Obama operation has an inexhaustible supply at its disposal. In the past week alone, it has announced the support of congressmen from North Carolina and Indiana; the Utah state party chair; the Oklahoma state party's chief fundraiser; 25 South Dakota state legislators; the owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers; and, not least, The Boss. Some of these endorsers are superdelegates, and thus of no small consequence to the outcome of the race. Others are simply window-dressing, deployed to create a sense of ineluctable momentum in Obama's direction. But none have the particular resonance of the endorsement that's coming — unbeknownst to the campaign — a little later today.

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Another disgruntled ex appointee of the clinton legacy... They just keep stepping up.
 

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What's the relevance? Who cares? Is someone just trying to sew up the "little people" vote? hmmmm
 

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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (D3Lifer @ Apr 20 2008, 03:26 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
"little people"
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He might "lame" but that's funny.


Who's next, one of his girl friends...Janet Reno or Madeleine "Allbutbrite" Albright?
 


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