Headlines in the afternoon: Obama gaining on Clinton in Pennsylvania and Clinton Lead in Pa. Dwindles speak of the fluidity in the Keystone State (geez, now I sound like a pundit).
Shiite cleric cancels Baghdad protest against U.S. At a hastily convened news conference in Paradise Square, where the statue of Saddam Hussein was toppled in 2003, Salah al-Obaidi, a spokesman for Sadr, said the movement feared for the safety of its supporters if they confronted armed government forces. Sounds fishy to me. Fear for safety? These are militias. Goes to show, they know how to spin the news, too.