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Obama Sweeps 'Semi-Super Saturday'

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The Moderate Voice: That sound you hear is all the whinging and spinning going on at the Hillary Clinton pity party.”

Andrew Sullivan: “Two words come to mind when assessing Clinton’s apparent strategy to wait the primaries out till bigger, more fertile states: Rudy. Giuliani.”

Campaign Spot: “The damage to Hillary’s chances will be partially mitigated by the proportional allocation of delegates. But if Obama sweeps the Potomac Primary states on Tuesday, I wonder if we see a momentum shift in his direction, and whether he starts to pull away a bit…”

Jennifer Rubin: “It could be that the Democratic race has reached its tipping point.”

ABC News: Obama wins Nebraska, Washington, Louisiana

Nola.com: Louisiana primary voters could hold sway

The Trail: Nebraskans overwhelms caucus capacity

Politco: Ron Paul nearly out: “I also have another priority. I have constituents in my home district that I must serve. I cannot and will not let them down.”

WaPo: “At one time it was unthinkable that relatively sparsely populated states with caucuses or primaries set to fall after Super Tuesday would attract the attention of top-tier presidential candidates. But in the wake of Tuesday’s showdown in 21 states that left Clinton (N.Y.) and Obama (Ill.) roughly even in the number of pledged delegates, the two lavished attention on this trio of far-flung states late in the week.”

Politico: Who will win, and by how much?

Donklephant: “Most think Obama has the advantage this weekend since Hillary hasn’t been too aggressive in these states.”

HuffPo: HuffPollstrology — Candidates’ Horoscopes, Polls And More For February 9

The Caucus: A summary of the delegates at stake

The Trail: Fred Thompson Backs McCain

SeattlePI: Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire endorses Barack Obama

NY Times: State of Washington Is the Contest du Jour

ABC News: Clinton Amps Up Attacks on Obama: “Enough with the talk”

Seattle PI: “Seattle City Council splits along racial, gender lines;” All six of the council’s male members -the only two African-Americans among them- have endorsed Obama. All three of the council’s white females previously endorsed Clinton.

NOLA.com: Louisiana Sens. Landrieu and Vitter haven’t endorsed. Neither has New Orleans mayor Ray Nagin.