"Her message comes down to this: We can't really change the say-anything, do-anything, special interest-driven game in Washington, so we might as well choose a candidate who really knows how to play it."-- Barack ObamaPoll: Obama has better White House chances than Clinton, Democratic voters say | International Herald Tribune:
"WASHINGTON: Barack Obama has won endorsements from a former Clinton administration official and two ex-senators, boosting his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination ahead of Tuesday's Pennsylvania primary that could determine whether rival Hillary Rodham Clinton stays in the race.
The support comes as a new Associated Press-Yahoo News poll shows that Democratic voters now favor Obama over Clinton as their best chance for winning the White House...."
- Obama greeted by largest crowd of his campaign | The Huffington Post:
"PHILADELPHIA — Barack Obama was greeted by the largest crowd of his campaign Friday night in Philadelphia. Some 35,000 people jammed into Independence Park to see the Democratic presidential candidate, four days before this state's crucial April 22 primary...."
- Clinton's Odds: Time And Delegate Math Not In Her Favor | The Huffington Post:
"The calls are growing again for Hillary Clinton to recognize that her mathematical chances for winning the democratic nomination are low to none...."