The New Hampshire primary will sink the Hillary Clinton machine. The flop sweat is everywhere. Hillary talks to a group of less than 200 for three hours, while Sen. Barack Obama talks for 20 minutes to group after group of 3,500 to 4,000. It is beginning to look like a double-digit loss for Clinton.
She was supposed to come out swinging against Obama in New Hampshire, but her boring, slow talking, basic campaign style had not changed from Iowa. At one rally Clinton never mentioned Obama by name and criticized him only once (on healthcare) as “one of my opponents.” Former President Bill Clinton, campaigning separately, is sprightlier but no more effective.
In contrast, “Obamamania” has gone wild — creating enthusiasm not seen since the 1968 campaign of Bobby Kennedy. He attracts new voters and generates big, big crowds.
Let’s see what the Hillary machine says: “If she comes in second by double digits or less, it’s a victory for Hillary!”
How dumb do they think we are?