Every indication appears to show that Edwards prefers Obama.<br>I think it was on the Today Show that he said that Obama could unite the Democratic Party after a bruising nominating battle with New York Sen. Hillary Clinton and beat Republican John McCain in November's election.<br><br>Maybe this doesn't mean anything but yesterday David Bonior, who directed John Edwards' presidential campaign, endorsed Sen. Barack Obama.<br><br>It's all good news for Obama. It's time to go after McCain. <br><br>
Do not argue with an idiot. He will drag you down to his level and beat you with experience.
9 so far today<br><br><br>–California DNC Ed Espinoza<br>-California DNC Vernon Watkins<br>-Maryland DNC John Gage<br>–New Jersey Rep. Donald Payne (switched from Clinton)<br>–Oregon Rep. DeFazio.<br>-South Carolina Vice Chair Wilber Lee Jeffcoat<br>-New Mexico Addon Laura Weahkee<br>*Added Hawaii Rep. Mazie Hirono<br>-One from Virginia (TBA)<br><br>http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/24538157<br><br><br><br><br>
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