June 27th, 2008
09:15 PM ET

Evening Buzz: Sharing the Stage

[cnn-photo-caption image=http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/POLITICS/06/27/clinton.obama/art.jpg caption="Sen. Hillary Clinton introduces her former Democratic rival at a rally in Unity, New Hampshire, Friday"]

Maureen Miller
AC360° Writer

Happy Friday! And, what a Friday its been on the campaign trail. By now, I'm betting you've seen the video. The priceless moment. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton together again in of all places Unity, New Hampshire. Smart location. Give your campaign manager a raise for picking that town. (LOL!!) Tonight on 360, hear what both said to the crowd. Is it truly a united front? And, what about Bill? He was MIA at today's event. Will he EVER endorse Obama? Could there be bad blood between the two? We'd love to hear your thoughts. Blog away.

Sticking with the Unity gathering, Erica Hill is looking at the body language on stage. Did you notice all those smiles and hugs. Was it all just for the Kodak moment?

Also tonight, the worst case scenario comes true for one midwest town.

The levee didn't hold along the Mississippi. You can't blame human error or Mother Nature. No, this time you can blame the MUSKRATS!!! I'm sorry, I can't help myself. Let's just say there's NO muskrat love.

All that, and much more, tonight on 360 at 10pm ET.

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soundoff (18 Responses)
  1. MzWaymaker

    Where is Obama's Birth Certificate???????? That is the question many of us would like to have answered, because we do not believe he is a US citizen!!!

    June 30, 2008 at 10:30 am |
  2. Spread Betting Broker

    I think makeing decisions on behalf of the people is their main goal and I believe together they are the best people for the job.

    June 28, 2008 at 8:12 pm |
  3. Nathan Pecchia

    Clinton + Obama?! WHAT?! Does this mean that they will infact be serving an office together? Clinton as Vice?

    June 28, 2008 at 5:25 pm |
  4. Steven M. Kuske

    Obama is showing signs of weakness by being warm and fuzzy with Hillary. If Obama picks Hillary as his VP that would be an extreme sign of weakness. Not a quality I look for in a president. There is a word for Mr & Mrs Obama giving Hillary $ 4,600 – extortion. If Obama wants to be president, he needs to stand up to Hillary and tell her to hit the road!

    June 28, 2008 at 2:11 pm |
  5. Terry W

    I believe the unity is real because it's time to move on. Can anyone recall if Mitt Romney's endorsement of John McCain got this much attention?

    June 28, 2008 at 2:39 am |
  6. jt

    Because of what the DNC did with Hillary, I will vote for McCain.

    At least McCain has the experience on how to get things done in Washington.

    Forget Obama, he said he is going to make change. Well my friends, he does not even how it works in Washington.

    Obama will not make a change. Just looks who are around him right now. They are all Washington political insiders.

    Obama is blowing smoke.

    June 28, 2008 at 2:35 am |
  7. billie s. byers

    Bill needs to get over himself..we all have

    June 28, 2008 at 2:28 am |
  8. billie s. byers

    They are users both of them, I dont trust anything they say. Really they make me sick to my stomach, the shallowness of both. And an insult to the people, we are much starter than those two obviously think

    June 28, 2008 at 2:21 am |
  9. Aware

    Wonderful staging! But, just another twist in the Obama media myth.

    He is the broad stroke fuzzy, unclear, what does he really mean, guy and she is the straight forward, easily understood, clear on issues gal.

    However, I just cannot buy the obfuscating Obama. He is an extreme left-wing Liberal with a slippery tongue and a charismatic preacher style of speaking that seems to fool many. 🙁

    And, the thought of the real Obama surfacing in the White House makes me feel very comfortable about voting for McCain.

    June 28, 2008 at 2:11 am |
  10. Deborah Coleman

    Great professional political show to unite the party.

    Hillary and Bill have a simbiotic relationship. Hillary is the left side of the brain and Bill is the right side of the brain or the emotional side. His behavior expressed Hillary's feelings.

    June 28, 2008 at 12:51 am |
  11. Daniel

    I am so disappointed with CNN journalism ethics and unfair coverage. Three years ago about this time of the year, there was a blood shed in Ethiopia after the election fraud. Moreover, all the opposition party leaders were dumped in to jail for two years and more. I have never heard of any media including you (CNN) rose for a fraction of a second about that election scandal in Ethiopia. However, hear you are now talking about Zimbabwe’s election fraud, torture, and the then head of state dictatorship on and on and on.

    Please do not get me wrong, that I am not happy for you to pay attention about Zimbabwe’s election, I am more than happy for my African brothers and sisters that their voice is heard. I wish you gave the same attention for the same may be worst election fraud in Ethiopia and its consequence lead for a number of family lost love ones and jailed hundreds and millions of people some of them no body knows where they are.

    I kindly ask you (CNN) to cover the election fraud, frustration, dictatorship, the ugly face of ethnic politics, corruption and etc in Ethiopia. I hope and am sure I will hear you one of these days that you cover about the stolen voice of Ethiopian people in your program.

    May God bless you and may God bless America.


    June 27, 2008 at 11:58 pm |
  12. Ted

    Now that we’re beyond Hillary, we can look forward to the first female VP, Sarah Palin, to become the first female President of the United States in 4 years!

    June 27, 2008 at 11:39 pm |
  13. TBT

    Good morning, it is over here, i saw the levee broke on cnn and i pity
    the famer they must lost their crop this season. Ithink their usual pet must be dog.

    June 27, 2008 at 11:34 pm |
  14. carol kesling

    hi anderson, love your show. i think barack and hillary did a great job today. they are both fine people and both want the best for our country. thats the most important thing they did today. the clintons are very popular in the political field.... they will all come together and the party will be all the better for it. bill clinton was out of the country today, and people should leave it alone!!!!!!!!! bye carol in california

    June 27, 2008 at 11:32 pm |
  15. Tony in Texas

    Don't kid yourself; Hillary is still smarting. It was her life-long dream to be the first female President of the United States. She's making nice but she is still hoping there will be a huge "stumble" on B.O.'s part and the Convention will give the nomination to her.

    All of B.O.'s supporters will back her because they see her as one who was willing to concede to B.O.

    Never, never, never underestimate how low the Clintons will stoop to get what they want.

    June 27, 2008 at 11:19 pm |
  16. Pat

    I commend both Hillary and Barack for putting their priorities first and doing what is in the best interest of their Country and it's people.

    I don't know about warm and fuzzy but I do believe they hold a great deal of respect for each other and I do not believe they are enemies.
    They are both very astute, intelligent, capable Politicians.

    June 27, 2008 at 10:53 pm |
  17. Kathy, Chicago

    I have totally missed the whole tour today. I can't wait to get caught up on AC360 tonight. I'm really trying to ignore this whole mess until October. I'm doubting the warm and fuzzy between Hillary, Barack, and Michelle.

    June 27, 2008 at 9:57 pm |
  18. Annie Kate

    I hate that the levee broke in Winfield. I guess we need levees that aren't made of something animals can burrow in or weaken by digging. I hope that this weekend's weather forecast doesn't make things worse for these people. Between the floods, the wildfires and the tornadoes so far this year I think Mother Nature is not pleased with us.

    Annie Kate
    Birmingham AL

    June 27, 2008 at 9:24 pm |

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