Attempting to sidestep the attack tactics of campaign politics, one candidate is trying to get back to the issues. Barack Obama, speaking in Casper Wyoming yesterday, pledged to end Bush's attacks on the US Constitution.
Obama "condemned the Bush administration's use of warrantless wiretaps and a willingness to hold prisoners without charges," according to the Denver Post. Obama went on to say that his administration would examine every executive order handed down by the Bush administration and overturn those that are unnecessary and unconstitutional.
Obama told his Wyoming crowd that he would end the war and refuse to be browbeaten into another unnecessary war.
By some estimates, Obama's victory in Wyoming could win him enough delegates to erase the net delegate loss on March 4th.