Skip to comments.Itâ€™s Clinton DÃ©jÃ Vu â€” New Hampshire Brings Snow and Rumors of Campaign Implosion
Posted on 02/09/2016 8:04:32 PM PST by Olog-hai
So, I was driving along somewhere in New Hampshire on Monday, the day before the storied primary. It was snowing, just as the cliches of the New Hampshire Primary dictate: It is always snowing in New Hampshire. (Really, though, it actually was snowing).
The email came in from an editor in New York at around 4 p.m. Subject line: "Hillaryworld." Body content: "What do you make of the supposed looming implosion?"
What supposed looming implosion? Or, to be more precise, which supposed looming implosion? Isn't Hillaryworld always on the verge of one? [...]
We've been here before. This is how it all rolls in the Clinton precincts of Blue America. The situation is so familiar to be its own Democratic Party cliche, like nominating unelectable liberals in the 1980s or engaging in nasty platform fights in the 1990s. ...
(Excerpt) Read more at nytimes.com ...
No one said it better than Jackie Gleason: “How sweet it is!”
Now she goes on to win 48 primaries in a row. Sanders wad is blown.
Agreed, Clinton was never going to beat Sanders in NH, but Sanders can’t do well in the south.
Those Stupor Delegates don’t joke around.
According to Western tradition and common practice, that's a Schlonging!
She knows that she deserves to be president, but she has to play by the rules put together by them old, dead white guys from over two hundred years ago.
If only she could sweep in and just take over and skip all this primary stuff and groveling to the peons for their votes.
Exactly when is her indictment coming ?
Did you see that honesty and trustworthiness were the top concerns of the NH democrat primary voters? Something like 42% listed them as the top concern. Bernie took 92% of those voters. While I’ll admit that to democrats dishonesty means taking money from Wall Street donors, the Benghazi cover up and emailgate are combining with the Wall Street meme to really damage Hillary in the eyes of the Democrat faithful. She may still win, but it will be bloody. Not that we Republicans don’t have our own circus going on.
Probably never, but we can always hope.
Will be interesting to see how the SC polls move in the days ahead.
No one wants Hillary and now they have a real choice.
yea , maybe some folks on down south down have those same reservations about character , honor and honesty . As long as it is a Dem
The DemocRAT Convention is going to be a Walpurgis Nacht no matter who is ahead.
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