On the day Hillary Clinton announced her intention to run for President, she was endorsed by Joe Andrew, former leader of the DNC. Today, May 1, 2008, he has changed his mind and is now vowing to cast his superdelegate vote for Obama.
After the worst 2 days of Obama's campaign, when he finally had to stop covering for Wright and do what he should have done 20 years ago, Andrew decides THAT is presidential? Obama demonstrated terrible personal judgment and only became willing to cut ties with that maniac when *his poll numbers started to fall*. And still, his staff had to talk him into it.
Is this decisive action? Is this presidential?
Andrew does what Democratic leaders do, make inexplicable moves at awkward moments, selling out one person to curry favor with the one who now might win.
What an opportunist and what a traitor.