If there were any question about whether the Democratic presidential candidates have been hurting each other's chances to become president, it would seem harder to argue that case now, right?
...now that Clinton is questioning Obama's character, as well as his comment that some Pennsylvania voters are "bitter."
...and now that Obama is saying, "Shame on her... (for) an insult to sportsmen... (and) talking like she's Annie Oakley."
Do you think they're undercutting each other's credibility, or their own... or will voters forgive and forget all this, and focus on what's said during the general election?
Do you think John McCain is benefiting from the Dems' infighting, even enjoying it?
We'd like to hear. Thank you for your thoughts.
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