St. Petersberg Times (Florida) Endorsed Obama last week, around the time that Obama received endorsements from Palm Beach Post and the Tampa Tribune. What's interesting is that Billary is trying to get the DNC to allow the delegates from Florida and Michigan elections to be able to participate in the Democratic National Convention. Query whether she'll be as pushy if - God forbid! -- Obama wins Florida. I think it could be possible. You may not know this, but nearly one million Floridians have already voted in the presidential primary! Something's up! This is a sign that there will likely be a record turnout on Tuesday. But you gotta love these snippets from St. Pete's Times:
..."In Clinton, we see the past; in Obama, we see a fresh start. Clinton is a divisive political figure; Obama's appeal transcends racial and party lines. She exudes competence; he radiates optimism. She came to the campaign with a sense of entitlement; he came to it with a sense of possibilities. She can be evasive, even misleading; he can be refreshingly candid about his own shortcomings and his political mistakes. She represents business as usual in politics; he at least offers the hope of something better."
..."Real change can be disruptive and painful. There is one change, however, that would be neither. After almost 20 years of having a Bush or a Clinton in the White House, it may be that many Americans are ready for a fresh face in the Oval Office. Does the country really want to extend the Bush-Clinton rotation to 28 years? That is not a throw-away question."
Massachusetts: the Daily News Tribune Endorsed Obama today. Caroline Kennedy endorsed Obama today. Ted Kennedy will endorse Obama tomorrow. The Harvard Crimson endorsed Obama last week. The Boston Globe endorsed Obama about 10 days ago. Today, the Daily News Tribune, of Walthan, MA has endorsed Obama. (This could be big.)
Pennsylvania: The Philadellphia Inquirer Endorsed Obama.
Washington: The Seattle Times Endorsed Obama
California: San Francisco Chronicle Endorsed Obama
California: San Francisco Bay Guardian Endorsed Obama
California: San Jose Mercury News Endorsed Obama
California: Sacramento Bee Endorsed Obama
California: Los Angeles Daily News Endorsed Obama
Arizona: Arizona Republic Endorsed Obama
Georgia: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Endorsed Obama
Oh well. Endorsements don't mean very much.