Obama wins nomination, CNN projects

CNN: Sen. Barack Obama has clinched the Democratic nomination for president, according to CNN estimates, making him the first African-American in U.S. history to lead a major-party ticket.

MSNBC: Projects Clinton victory in South Dakota, Obama wins Montana.

MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell: Hillary wants to meet face-to-face with Obama to discuss what’s next.

MSNBC’s Tim Russert: According to sources close to Bill Clinton, Hillary wants to be on the ticket.

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  1. Since that last debate, it’s obvious the game is over.
    So, here’s my pick for the new cabinet. What’s yours?

    Secretary of State: Christopher Dodd, senior statesman
    Treasury Secretary: Paul Krugman, Nobel prize in economics
    Secretary of Defense: Wesley Clark, clear vision in Iraq
    Homeland Security: Richard Clark, counter-terrorism expert fired by Bush just before 9/11
    Attorney General: Henry Waxman, investigated abuses by Bush cabinet
    Press secretary: David Gregory, one of the few reporters with real questions
    Senior White House Advisor: David Gergen, expert analyst
    Chief of Staff: Dennis Kucinich, great idea man

    On the lighter side:

    Veterans Affairs: Cindy Sheehan
    Housing & Urban Development: Al Sharpton
    Special Assignments:
    – Karl Rove, Envoy to Zimbabwe
    – Rush Limbaugh, Envoy to Somalia
    – George Bush, new solid waste management czar




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