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artmccainwisgi.jpgWisconsin handed Sen. Barack Obama his ninth consecutive win Tuesday, and Sen. John McCain inched forward on his march to the Republican nomination, picking up two more states. “The change we seek is still months and miles away,” Obama said Tuesday night in Houston, Texas.

He’s emerged as the Democratic front-runner over Sen. Hillary Clinton after a split-decision on Super Tuesday two weeks ago. “It is going to take more than big rallies. It is going to require more than rousing speeches … it is going to require something more, because the problem that we face in America today is not the lack of good ideas. It’s that Washington has become a place where good ideas go to die,” he said.

Obama and Clinton have turned their attention to Ohio and Texas, which hold contests March 4. Early voting began in Texas Tuesday. (Continue Reading…)

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  • Uh Oh, looks like somebody is in trouble…. and their last name ain’t Obama. I’m predicting Obama pulls a shocker and wins TX with the latino vote they keep saying he can’t get.

  • shenitta06

    I agree with that… If this were the other way around and Obama had lost 9 straight primaries, they would be asking why hasnt he dropped out.