Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Clintons Face a Tough Battle

      She had all the out of state operatives and the in state establishment.  She had all the women Senators save one and she had the argument of competance and experience.
       She ended up not carrying the NH women's vote, and now faces an opponent raising more money and a full sail of publicity in the days to come.
      Most revealing, exit polls show voters concerned over integrity went Sanders ten to one.
      The transactional nature of politics. The big money. Wall Street and bankers....the oligarchy and its subservient political cabal.  She stood for all of it, and a lot of people are tired of it.
       We now have to see if the Clintons can regroup. Time will tell, but it won't be easy, as there has never been a Hillary campaign where her numbers climbed as time went on.


http://thehill.com/opinion/dick-morris/268831-dick-morris-clinton-deploys-b-team.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's going to be very tough for her. Let's face it, over exposure is not good for her. The more she talks or yells, the more people dislike her.

Anonymous said...

As well as Cruz and Rubio. They're beating themselves.
Trump.

Anonymous said...

Totally agree , she is a shrill harpie , much smarter than Palin but a shrill harpie non the less ......Clinton and Bush. Fatigue rules the day

Anonymous said...

Not much help from "Not so bright" madeline Allbright who said theirs a special place in hell for women who don't vote for Clinton! I like Palin because she would drive the media jackals nuts as well as many of our alleged friendly countries who jus cash our checks!

Ray said...

I can't see how she can turn it around. Go onto any Face Book sight, Twitter, and many blogs. There is nothing positive on any of them about the lady. The "Burn" has pages of love. That can not go un-seen. Go onto Newz Junkey right now and look for one good story about her. Nothing?

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

Ms. Madeline Albright is not running for office ... I'd prefer to hear the candidates not voices yapping off stage... how novel isn't it???

Ray said...

Danny...She has so many issues. Just like a local fellow Rep. just a year ago. He wasn't picked up high for his problems. She shouldn't be. Does a Dem. pick a person based on the fact they could win or the fact they are the best? Answer that one please. I respect you, you don't give us the credit. I can see a person who had a very shady past, a very shady present, and possible a very shady future. I get sick of Dem.s saying Bernie is to old. He's 76 for God's sake. Big deal. It's not like he is a 76 year old man in a third world country. Which never would happen. He is in his 70's in America! If age is the only problem, your party should have asked some younger people to step up. But most were pushed aside for Clinton. Why?