"Ultimately, the choice will say more about our soul as a nation than about the candidates in this election. The boldness of Obama in accepting the Clintons' injection of race as an issue and his insistence on an enlightened answer challenges us all. Even as one's head warns that the strategy will fail, one's heart hopes that it will succeed. Either way, Obama has made the Super Tuesday vote more about who we are than who the candidates running for president are," - Dick Morris. He still has a heart?

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