MALVERN, PA.--Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) is using a new line to reflect the unanticipated length of the primary campiagn and is making other adjustments in his stump speech to reflect the quiet confidence of his campaign that he will be the Democratic nominee, not Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) and face Sen. John McCain (R-Az.) in the fall.
On the long election: Here at Great Valley High School, Obama said, "There are babies who have born who are now walking and talking.
On McCain: Old/Obama used to talk about "Bush-Cheney" policies. New/Obama shorthand. On Wednesday, Obama here talked about "Bush-Cheney-McCain policies."