Hillary Rodham Clinton won New Hampshire last night and she did it by crying — fake crying — in public. She tugged at female heartstrings and bullied men into voting for her by feeling sorry for her. Hillary “found her voice” in a ridiculous, trembling, tremolo that will hurt her more in the future than it helped her last night.
The good thing in Hillary’s “dry crying” is that a desperate ploy of
that kind can only work once. She played the crying card in New
Hampshire and it will no longer be effective again. You can only
“become human” once in public campaign. She played it. She’s played
The ghost of Vince Foster
must be alive and haunting New Hampshire somewhere — either that — or
there is a deep Racism in America that still thrives in the dark
underbelly of humanity where people willfully lie to pollsters that
they will vote for a Black Man in order to look good and to feel good
about themselves, but when the reality of the private polling booth
hits, they vote The White Way… even if it means voting for… a
disconnect between purposefully skewed polling and voter reality is a
plague on American politics.
There’s a history of Blacks being ahead
in the polls and then losing in the election, and one must wonder why
that happens. As one political analyst said this morning, “From now
on, Obama has to deduct 12 points from any polling numbers he gets to
account for the liars.”
Obama is the most formidable American political force in two generations — but I worry for the skin he’s in
— and I am fascinated by the “most put upon minority” claim to fame
that can allegedly be “set right” in the democrat primary: Is the
repression of women in society more in need of fixing; or is the
oppression of Blacks in America a more pressing salvation?