On the last day of Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards' three-day tour of poverty stricken rural America, rival Sen. Barack Obama spoke Wednesday in Washington about how to improve life for the poor in urban America.Howie P.S.: The article doesn't reflect the "split" that the headline refers to.
"These challenges don't define the people of this area," Edwards said, the Associated Press reported. "Their strength and defiance and courage define them. We're here to help."
Wednesday, July 18, 2007
"Obama And Edwards Split On Poverty Plans"