Skip to comments.The Front-Runner’s Fall [Obit to Hillary Campaign]
Posted on 08/14/2008 6:34:30 AM PDT by PurpleMan
The result demonstrates that paranoid dysfunction breeds the impulse to hoard. Everything from major strategic plans to bitchy staff e-mail feuds was handed over.
(Excerpt) Read more at theatlantic.com ...
She was supposed to win. She was the presumptive nominee two years before a single primary ballot was cast. As one could pithily put it, sh*t happens.
Reading the whole thing, it’s more than “Pride goeth before a fall”
It’s indecision, constant repackaging, no personal transparency, and a lack of leadership.
have you noticed the puffed up egos in government and corporate bureaucracies?
people would rather sabotage the whole for their narcissism.
She didn't divorce Bill.
If she really, really wanted to be POTUS, and had a head for politics, she should have divorced him, quietly, in 2001 or 2002.
The Big He was the elephant in the room during the primaries. Neither Clinton recognized how much distaste for him was tipping the fence-sitters to the wrong side in the early going. Team Hillary actually seemed to think that getting him out on the trail would HELP, somehow.
when the doyle and penn camps broke into
an open hostilities, it was all over.
Neat inside look at how politics is played and campaigns are won and lost by decisions on tactics and strategy as well as the message and charisma of the candidate.
The Front-Runner’s Fall [Obit on Hillary Campaign]
Atlantic Monthly | Sept 2008 | Joshua Green
Posted on 08/14/2008 6:45:23 AM PDT by PurpleMan
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