Obama's Views Not Always What Some Expect

WASHINGTON — Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is making a habit of telling people things they don't necessarily want to hear on subjects ranging from fuel standards and fatherhood to homophobia and teacher pay. The technique is winning the Illinois senator some attention and helping stoke broad interest in his candidacy but could hurt him among black voters, campaign observers say. Campaign spokesman Robert Gibbs says Obama is not going to "pander his way" through the race. His...Full Story
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