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10/02/2008 - 22:47

USA today Editoweb, 10 feb. 2008


Obama, Clinton turn eyes to McCain - Bush Says John McCain Is a `True Conservative' - Many believe US is already in recession - Gay Mormons seek meeting with new leader - Gates says two-tiered NATO puts alliance at risk.



Obama, Clinton turn eyes to McCain
John McCain's emergence as the probable Republican presidential nominee is reshaping the Democratic contest, prompting Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama to cast themselves as best-suited to defeat him and focus on issues they think will play to his strengths and weaknesses.
In virtually identical language to separate crowds this weekend in Maine, Clinton and Obama urged Democrats to think carefully about which of them is more likely to vanquish McCain this fall. They drew opposite conclusions, of course. But they left no doubt that McCain is forcing them to recalibrate their pitches to primary voters.

Bush Says John McCain Is a `True Conservative'
President George W. Bush said Republican presidential front-runner John McCain is a ``true conservative'' and vowed to help him gain the support of skeptics if he wins the nomination. ``If John's the nominee, he's got some convincing to do'' among conservative Republicans, Bush said on today's ``Fox News Sunday.'' He added, ``I'd be glad to help him if he's the nominee -- he is very strong on national defense, he is tough fiscally, he is pro-life. His principles are sound and solid.''

Many believe US is already in recession
Empty homes and for-sale signs clutter neighborhoods. You've lost your job or know someone who has. Your paycheck and nest egg are taking a hit. Could the country be in recession? Sixty-one percent of the public believes the economy is now suffering through its first recession since 2001, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll.

Gay Mormons seek meeting with new leader
A group of gay Mormons is seeking an unprecedented meeting with the new church president and his counselors, hoping to begin a conversation and find ways to address the concerns of its members. Affirmation, with more than 2,000 gay, lesbian and transgender members, is not recognized by the church, which at one time labeled homosexuality as a problem that required help.

Gates says two-tiered NATO puts alliance at risk
Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Sunday the NATO alliance was at risk if it became split between members willing and unwilling to fight as he appealed to Europeans to support the war in Afghanistan.
While admitting U.S. policy mistakes -- and his own role in one of them -- Gates urged the allies to come together in the fight against Islamist militants in Afghanistan and said the credibility of NATO itself was at stake.

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