Skip to comments.Clinton wins backing from former critic
Posted on 04/20/2008 11:41:40 AM PDT by red state girl
LEBANON, Pa., April 20 (Reuters) - With two days to go before a crucial U.S. presidential vote, Democrats Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton campaigned through Pennsylvania on Sunday as the former first lady got the support of one of her fiercest critics.
Tuesday's primary to help pick the Democratic candidate against Republican John McCain in November's presidential election is the first contest in six weeks and has become a major test in the race to the party's nomination.
Clinton, a New York senator, leads in state polls but Obama, an Illinois senator, has cut into her one-time double-digit lead in recent weeks.
Clinton, who with her husband former President Bill Clinton were the objects of many conservative investigations when they first entered the White House in 1993, was endorsed on Sunday by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review whose publisher, Richard Mellon Scaife, funded many of those probes.
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Scaife’s wife is a big PETA nutcase, so this isn’t a total surprise.
That was a priceless response. Very very good.
Don’t get any funny ideas Mia T. We love you babe.
Richard Mellon Scaife:
-funder of the American Specatator’s Arkansas Project
-boss of Christopher Ruddy, investigative journalist who exposed the Vince Foster cover-up
People, people! Operation Chaos, anyone??
Think of it this way: if Rush Limbaugh were the publisher of the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, who do you think HE would endorse?
OC strikes again... =)
Operation CHAOS proceeding according to plan, Maharusdie.
I’m waiting for Jim McDougal’s endorsement.
Maybe it will be the kiss of death to her.
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