Come November, Brummett writes,
the East Arkansas farm vote will ponder change (Obama
) versus fear (McCain)
and, given race and culture, Obama faces an uphill climb. Hillary Clinton
, not likely to be the nominee, would easily carry the farm vote, white rural voters and the state, he mentions. This, again, is the factor that super delegates are fairly being asked to consider before making their choice, though many have already accepted the months-long media chorus that they are not entitled to make that choice.