As Senators John McCain and Hillary Rodham Clinton accused Senator Barack Obama of using rhetoric that lacks specifics or fails to yield results, Mr. Obama countered on Wednesday by offering a detailed plan to spend $210 billion to create jobs in construction and environmentally friendly fields.Howie P.S.: Another NY Times story, "McCain and Obama Take Their Senatorial Rivalry Into the Presidential Race," traces the two frontrunners' past history. The WaPo front-pages "Obama's Economic Plan Is A Pitch to the Working Class."
“Of course, I would like for him to withdraw today,” Mr. McCain told reporters, referring to Mr. Huckabee. “It would be much easier.
“But I respect, and I have repeatedly said I respect, his right to continue in this race for just as long as he wants to.”