Hillary Clinton's latest lie is that Obama doesn't want North Carolinians to vote. Clinton went on TV lying to local media and North Carolina Voters.
The Wall Street Journal, owned by Clinton's friend and fund raiser Rupert Murdock, further spread the Clinton fairy tales.
Senator Clinton claimed that she just didn't understand "why Senator Obama and some of his supporters didn't want you to be able to vote."
Clinton's claims fly in the face of logic considering Obama's huge popularity in North Carolina. In fact, Obama was just in NC last week and is projected to beat Senator Clinton by 12 points there. How is it that the media would give free air time to this politician (Clinton) who was recently and publicly branded as a chronic and brazen liar? The Washington Post awarded Senator Clinton "4 Pinocchios" for her frequent and sizable whoppers.
Hillary Clinton: Obama wants to prevent NC, other states from voting
WWAY NewsChannel 3, March 31, 2008
"I didn't understand why Senator Obama and some of his supporters didn't want you to be able to vote"
Sen. John McCain is the presumptive nominee for republicans in the upcoming presidential race.
But the nomination is still up for grabs on the Democratic side. NewsChannel 3's Ann McAdams had the chance to interview Sen. Hillary Clinton via satellite. Clinton spoke about the upcoming North Carolina primary against Barack Obama.
Also posted here at Democratic Underground
March 26, 2008 The News Times. Obama presided over a town hall meeting and took questions from the audience at packed and loud War Memorial Auditorium.
(Click here to watch video of Obama's visit to Greensboro)
Tuesday, April 1, 2008 Winston Salem Journal By James Romoser and Sean Mussenden
Several North Carolina congressmen are on the verge of endorsing Sen. Barack Obama for president, according to Democrats familiar with the discussions.
"It is my hope and expectation that it will happen sooner or later," said U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, a Democrat from Wilson and the only member of Congress from North Carolina who has publicly endorsed Obama so far.
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