This video from England says about itself:
Judith Le Blanc, co-chair of United for Peace and Justice, the leading American anti-war group, addressed the rally at Trafalgar Square [in London] during the ‘No Trident’, ‘Troops out of Iraq’ demonstration on 24 February 2007.
From Arianna Huffington’s blog in the USA:
Nashua, New Hampshire — The results from New Hampshire represent a crushing setback. Not for Barack Obama — after all, only three weeks ago he was 12 points behind.
No, the biggest losers of the night were the pollsters, who will now have to down a heaping helping of humble pie. Like Lucy Ricardo, they have a lot of ‘splainin’ to do. That includes CNN, which over the weekend had Obama up 9 points and USA Today/Gallup, which had him up by 13.
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