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What Tuesday Will Tell Us About Wright's Impact

Will Rev. Wright be Obama's "Willie Horton"?  As Colbert King writes in today's WaPost, we might know the answer to that as soon as Tuesday:
If Hillary Clinton scores a victory Tuesday in Indiana, where polls have her ahead, and on the same day comes close to winning in North Carolina, where polls show her closing the gap, Wright will have the honor of being the Chicago preacher who burst onto the national political scene to help derail the campaign of the first African American with a serious chance of winning the presidency.

Of course, if Tuesday works out well for Obama, I still don't think Wright is off the hook.  There is no doubt he has provided enough fodder for both the Primary -- and General Election ...

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