... and I urge you to read what they’re saying.
UCLA political scientist Mark Q. Sawyer blogged at TheRoot.com:
“This is a dirty campaign and since Senator Barack Obama won’t say it, I will. The media has not been unfair to Senator Clinton, they have been extremely soft. There are elephants in the room that need to be addressed. Can anyone say Whitewater? How about impeachment? Let’s not forget Osama bin Laden. ... Clinton’s central arguments in the campaign are basically a mirage, and they are dangerous ones both for the party and the country.”
Then check out Michael Fisher’s “Nullifying the Black Vote... Once Again”:
“Faced with an intractable pro-Obama majority of Democratic rank-and-file voters, a substantive portion of which are African-American, Clinton’s campaign is planning to override the expressed will of millions of African-Americans without whom the Clintons would have never even gotten a peek at the Oval Office.”
One Drop posted at Too Sense “On Withholding Support for the Democrats if Hillary is the Nominee”:
“If the Democrats nominate Hillary after recent events, it could only be because the party stands for, or is willing to tolerate and enable, the kind of vile political tactics that Karl Rove and Lee Atwater made famous for the GOP. I for one just can’t give my support to that.”
Also see the Field Negro and HickTown Press.
UPDATE (03/10/08): Also check out Homeland Colors:
“Being willing to get your hands dirty is different than wallowing in the muck. Hillary’s obsession with countering and mimicking Republican tactics has led to her alienating Obama and many within the Democratic Party. Obama will not be her vice president.”