Bloggers on the Obama-McClurkin controversy

10/25/2007

An attempt by U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., to boost his support among black religious conservatives in South Carolina through an appearance this Sunday with gospel singer Donnie McClurkin is fueling much talk in the blogosphere. Cenk Uygur writes in The Huffington Post about Obama's attempt to balance gay and evangelical voters; Good As You examines McClurkin's claims that he's been misquoted; and Pam Spaulding looks at why the story isn't getting much play in much of the black press. Read more at The Huffington Post, Good As You and Pam's House Blend.

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