By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Sen. Barack Obama aimed to continue his streak of victories with decisive wins in the Potomac region's trio of primary elections today as Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton already was looking ahead to bigger contests to make up for lost ground.
Headed for Iowa
The day before Hillary Clinton's campaign announced that it had received $26 million in contributions during the first quarter, campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle sent supporters an e-mail that said the January-March total "will set the tone of the race for months to come." Three days later, Barack Obama's campaign revealed that its first-quarter contributions totaled $25.7 million. It later developed that Mr. Obama's total included $24.8 million that could be used for the presidential primaries. That was about $6 million more than the contributions Mrs. Clinton had received for the primary campaign.
of Douglasville, Ga., will join the former first lady on the campaign trail, Miss Doyle says.
"We're not going to stop here. We're going to keep working to change America for the better," she says. "We're in this together, and you and I know that Hillary is ready to lead America out of the mess created by the Bush administration. But she can only do it with you at her side."