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Two big primaries are up for grabs tomorrow and right now presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are criss crossing Indiana and North Carolina fighting for every last vote. Hillary Clinton is down in over all delegates which means she needs a double win to keep her campaign alive.

Many analysts expect Obama to take North Carolina and Clinton, Indiana but both races are tight and for the first time in months Clinton's national standing is ahead of Obama's.

Republican presidential candidate John McCain was in Phoenix today talking about immigration saying Hispanic citizens want America's borders secured and illegal immigrants to be treated humanely.

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  • by E Nelson Location: Gary, IN on May 5, 2008 at 07:51 PM
    Is Hillary really for the common man and woman? 1) Hillary voted AGAINST the Vitter amendment which PREVENTS the government from confiscating guns from law abiding citizens during emergencies or martial law. Interestingly Obama voted for it and for the rights of gun owners. 2) The Clintons recently revealed on their tax returns that they had amassed fortunes of 109 million dollars. 3) Hillary was instrumental in pushing FOR and getting NAFTA passed which has been a disaster for American workers. According to documents released by the National Archives, Hillary in 1993 attended at least 5 meetings that were used to win approval of NAFTA by Congress and these documents detailed her role in promoting NAFTA while she was first lady. 4) Hillary along with the Republicans voted for the Iraq War which have taken billions of our tax paying dollars out of our pockets and put them into the pockets of oil companies and defense contractors.
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