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MANCHESTER, N.H.--Washington Post media guru Howard Kurtz dives into the world of mainstream political blogs (this is one of them) in a Friday piece and how the 2008 campaigns try to influence coverage. Includes a comment from Blogger Sweet. LINK

ABC News Obama embedded reporter Sunlen Miller files a report about Obama reacting to Romney calling him "Osama." LINK
This was at a house party in New Hampshire and that's my voice you hear asking the question if you listen carefully. The tape you see features my tape recorder and manicured thumb in the lower left of the frame.

CNN Senior Political Analyst William Schneider advises Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) to get tougher if he wants to beat Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) LINK

The Washington Post's E.J. Dionne writes about how “Clinton Builds Her Firewall" LINK

The Washington Times's Mark Brzezinski reports on “Obama's Global Approach" LINK

My column on the Obama/Clinton Iran dispute is in earlier post. MSNBC's Mark Murray has his version “More Obama Vs. Clinton On Iran" LINK

One of the Obamaologists at the Chicago Tribune, Mike Dorning reports “Obama Hopes Gospel Tour Will Help Chances With Black Voters" at LINK

And why I includ a Triib link is explained at the end of the Kurtz story!

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