Bloggers' Roundtable: Oprah Backlash?

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Oprah and Obamas

Sen. Barack Obama waves to the crowd while Oprah Winfrey and wife Michelle look on at a campaign event in Manchester, New Hampshire. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Sen. Barack Obama's campaign is benefiting from Oprah Winfrey's endorsement, but is the "Queen of Talk" facing a backlash from some fans?

Plus, the estranged husband of evangelist Juanita Bynum makes a public apology.

Farai Chideya discusses that and more with bloggers Eisa Ulen, Anthony Bradley of The Institute, and Earl Dunovant of Prometheus 6.

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