What else can one make from this remark about the March 4th contests?
Meanwhile, Bill Richardson said on Face The Nation today that it’s important for the party to unify behind a nominee soon, rather than continue to have a negative campaign that will further divide the party for the general election against John McCain.
“I just think the D-Day is Tuesday,” said Richardson, who has declined to make an endorsement since his exit from the race. “We have to have a positive campaign after Tuesday. Whoever has the most delegates after Tuesday â€” a clear lead â€” should be in my judgment the nominee.”
Everybody knows that Barack will have the most delegates after Tuesday. So if Bill isn’t endorsing the idea of Hillary dropping out, I need some help as to what he actually means by this.
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