49 Total Delegates Needed For The Nomination…

Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., pays his respects after placing a wreath at the Veteran\’s Memorial Park in Las Cruces, N.M., Monday, May 26, 2008.(AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

After June 3rd:

No more Primaries or Caucuses to contest. It\’s over to the Super delegates and cross the finish line for the Democratic Nomination of 2008 and then on to face John McCain who\’s running to open a new West Geriatric wing in the White House and a third term Bush foreign policy.

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Sen. Barack Obama joined Gov. Bill Richardson to honor all the servicemen and women that sacrificed their lives for freedom and to protect the United States of America…

Video: Honoring Memorial Day

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June 1st

Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama (D-IL) waves to supporters during a rally campaign event at the Old San Juan in San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 24, 2008.(Ana Martinez/Reuters)

June 3rd

\”Need\”

“He has an understanding of America, rural and urban alike. He will talk to us straight; we’ve needed that in this country for a long time” Daschle says.

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THE END…

No more Primaries or Caucuses to contest. It\’s over to the Super delegates and cross the finish line for the Democratic Nomination of 2008 and then on to face John McCain who\’s running to open a new West Geriatric wing in the White House and a third term Bush foreign policy.

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