Crocodile Tears

Because she’s a Clinton, I ain’t buying this act, nor her explanation for it, which naturally includes an attack on Obama. Tears don’t play well in New Hampshire — just ask Edmund Muskie. *Nice observation from Andisheh: I think it’s funny that when she loses her composure, the emotion that sneaks past her robotic exoskeleton is self-pity.

The Most Ridiculous Thing Bill Clinton Has Ever Said

The meltdown continues, with a bit of hyperbole that even Hugh Hewitt would envy: “I go to Nelson Mandela’s birthday party every year and we’re still very close. I believe if Yitzhak Rabin had not been murdered in 1995 we would have peace in the Middle East. I loved him as much as anyone I’ve ever known. “But if you said to me today, ‘I’m gonna give you one last job for your country  — go and do this — but it’s hazardous and you may not get out with life and limb intact and you have to do it alone except…

Because a Black Man Doesn’t Represent Change At All

Desperate times call for a desperate strategy: And with the nomination on the line, Clinton explicitly mentioned gender as part of her appeal. “I think I am an agent of change. I embody change,” she said. “I think having the first woman president is a huge change, with consequences across the country and the world.” Has Obama ever said a vote for a black man is a vote for change? Nope. It’s the message, stupid. I sense a blowout Tuesday — Obama winning by double digits. Meanwhile, the establishment weeps: Mary Louise Hancock, the 87-year-old grande dame of the state’s Democrats, said…

Bashing the Indies

Befitting their hostility to the truth, Hillbot and The Anchorman are blaming independent voters for their losses in Iowa and their anticipated defeats in New Hampshire. Both campaigns have followed a tried strategy — divide and conquer — that has turned tired overnight. Finally, it appears, the tables have turned.

Bashing the Indies

Befitting their hostility to the truth, Hillbot and The Anchorman are blaming independent voters for their losses in Iowa and their anticipated defeats in New Hampshire. Both campaigns have followed a tried strategy — divide and conquer — that has turned tired overnight. Finally, it appears, the tables have turned.

I Feel the Words Building Inside Me, I Can’t Stop Them, Or Tell You Why I Say Them, But As I Reach the Top of the Bridge These Words Come To Me In a Whisper. I Say These Words As a Prayer, As Regret, As Praise, I Say: Romney, Romney

Writing as orgasm, compliments of Romney boy toy Hugh Hewitt: This was the first well-managed debate and Romney had the best of all of his debate showings. Oliver Wendall Holmes once famously remarked about FDR that the president had a A “second-class intellect but a first-class temperament.” Tonight’s debate –by far the best of this long campaign– allowed Mitt Romney to display not only a first class temperament but also a first class intellect. As assessed by a first class tool.