Today's theme: The longer the Democratic presidential nomination fight goes on, the longer the candidates have to say things they likely wish they hadn't.
Exhibit A: Barack Obama's remark that his uncle helped liberate Auschwitz in World War II draws some truth-squad attention on Tuesday.
Exhibit B: Hillary Clinton's Friday remark on Robert F. Kennedy's assassination ruffles some feathers. (A few days old, yes, but as yet untouched by Spin Control).
And now for the headlines
- Democratic lawyers say rules don’t allow panel to reseat all Florida, Michigan delegates
- All 3 presidential candidates pledge to seek an end to violence in Darfur if elected
- Obama trails Clinton with key voters but is competitive with those groups against McCain
- Obama picks superdelegates in Colo., Ore. and Guam