Sweet blog special: Obama’s Tuesday Clips. 3Q money. USATODAY Is Obama stuck in “neutral?”

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CHICAGO–Third quarter fund-raising totals released by the Obama campaign generated, of course, a lot of stories…as well as his latest play (see previous post) to use the fifth anniversary of his speech aganst the Iraq war.

USA Today chief political writer Susan Page in a cover story: Obama is still seeking traction: He has time and money on his side. But after a fast start, he isn’t gaining much ground in the polls.

The Washington Post – Matthew Mosk: With More Than $20 Million, Obama Reports Strong Quarter

See my previous Obamaville post for more on this…

The New York Times – Jeff Zeleny: Obama To Urge Elimination Of Worlds Nuclear Weapons

The Washington Times – Christina Bellantoni and Joseph Curl: Obama Rakes In $20 Million

Reuters – Steve Holland: Obama Reviving ‘Experience’ Battle With Iraq Speech

Sun-Times – Jennifer Hunter on Iraq speech: “Obama’s touted anti-war stance not so audacious

And all three Chicago Tribune Obama writers are in the paper today…

Christi Parsons: Front-Runner Label Offers No Guarantee

Mike Dorning and John McCormick: Obama Reports Raising $19 Million More For Primary Races

The Financial Times – Edward Luce Obama To Play Iraq Card Against Clinton

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