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Heavy-Handed Politics

"€œGod willing, with the force of God behind it, we shall soon experience a world
without the United States and Zionism."€ -- Iran President Ahmadi-Nejad

Thursday, January 10, 2008


Published in the New York Post on January 9, 2008.

"Hillary Rodham Clinton's stunning comeback victory in New Hampshire duplicates the feat of Bill Clinton who overcame the draft and Gennifer Flowers in the Granite State primary in 1992.
[I don't view this as a "stunning victory" at all. This is poppycock. Media spin. Pundits being wrong...disingenuous...hopeful...or ignorant. Maybe all of the above. - HeavyHanded]

But Hillary did Bill one better. He placed second. She won. Those who counted Hillary out don't know her and don't know the Clintons.
[This illustrates my point: If you do know Hillary and the Clintons, you wouldn't have "counted her out." Thus, you would not view her New Hampshire win as "stunning." - HeavyHanded]

The clear message of the New Hampshire primary is there is no front-runner, but it's a two-way race between the queen and the challenger that won't be decided by an early knockout.

But Hillary approaches the balance of the month in very good shape.

The Battle of Hillary, in a sense, is over.

She has been challenged and hit, but stayed on her feet. She has weathered the negatives, lost her momentum, and still emerged, in effect, tied for the lead.

Now the Battle of Obama is about to begin."

Read more of Dick Morris here.


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