Oprah Winfrey's escalating support for Barack Obama simultaneously reduces Obama's need to "knock" Hillary Clinton and increases Hillary's need to knock Barack.·
By Jim Wrenn,
Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
December 11, 2007--
PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau Chief says Oprah Winfrey's new escalation of her support for Barack Obama from endorser to campaigner reduces Barack's need to "knock" Hillary while simultaneously intensifying Hillary's need to "knock" Barack and political pressure against her doing so. (With respect to one of the several YouTube video clips of Hillary saying "the fun parts starts now" to preface her statement that she will begin "drawing contrasts" between "other" candidates-- e.g., Obama-- and herself, it's interesting that attempting to play it yields a YouTube explanation that the video is "no longer available" and/or is "a private video.)
Notwithstanding Hillary's fun-starts-now video-clip impliedly accusing Barack of having hammered her, the middle portion of a prior video-clip of Hillary being hammered by others shows Barack expressly declining to do so despite being urged by Al Gore. Of course, such urging by Gore came as quite a shock to Barack in light of the ever-gracious Gore having always set such a good example of by exemplifying "reason" in the tone of his criticism of opponents. Thus, the question now on the minds of many pundits is whether Barack will intensify his criticisms of Hillary and do so overtly and explicitly rather than obliquely.
Regarding a related matter, according to an exclusive report by PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau Drawer Chief on December 9, 2007, it's rumored that both Hillary and Barack have the inside track to win the Grammy Awards for Best Political Song/Video for the 2008 race. How could they both have the inside track to win? According to the inside sources, the reason they both have the inside track to win is that they will be jointly nominated for their duet titled "I Knock You Babe," which is steadily rising on YouTube Charts but also is becoming more popular in its better-quality original video format (wmv) at PoliSat.Com, where it's also available in the Flash format. (It's available for viewing using in both formats using the image-links above-right and at the top-right of this installment.) The versions converted by YouTube's system from originals uploaded by PoliSat.Com are "okay," but the originals at PoliSat.Com are better, so many people ask, "Why should YouTube's wallet be fattened by getting all the traffic?"
--Jim Wrenn, Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
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