Hillary Quote of the Day

When asked to respond to the recent endorsements for Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton repeated the usual cadre of talking point pablum. In the shadow of Obama’s trouncing in South Carolina, a reported asked Hillary about polls showing a tightening of the race in Arizona. In response, she offered up this gem.

“I don’t pay much attention to polls.”

Ummm, pardon me for a moment.

Heh. Heh heh.



Someone should ask Dick Morris to comment on that one.

2008 Election, Hillary Clinton, Politics, Polls, Dick Morris


  1. Peggy McGilligan says:

    Dick Morris says, “We are watching a grim re-enactment of all of the character traits that led Hillary to decompose in the healthcare debate of her husband’s first term. The blind reliance on a guru-delivered strategy, the religious insistence on following the same rhetorical line even when it obviously isn’t working, the inflexibility in adapting to one’s opposition, and the inability to formulate new strategies or to improvise tactics when her pre-conceptions are found to be so obviously faulty — this is Hillary.” Hillary Clinton is an ideologue, a lazy person’s politician. She has long relied on public perception and other means, over actual achievement. Whichever candidate does the hard work, will have the wherewithal to prevail and, win the race: http://theseedsof9-11.com

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