Last night Barack and Hillary finished their 20th debate and, as usual, Barack was cool and Hillary tried to melt him with fiery accusations. Is anyone buying the humorless Clinton fire sale that Obama is unqualified to be president of the United States and Commander-in-Chief?
Maureen Dowd, in today’s New York Times, pinpoints the problem with Hillary that stings to the core with recognition:
The fact that Obama is exceptionally easy in his skin has
made Hillary almost jump out of hers. She can’t turn on her own charm
and wit because she can’t get beyond what she sees as the deep
injustice of Obama not waiting his turn. Her sunshine-colored jackets
on the trail hardly disguise the fact that she’s pea-green with envy.
I am still amazed the Clinton campaign refuses to recognize the
overwhelming good spirit and the meaningful rising tide of Obama’s
drive to the nomination that is washing out her dreams and wiping out
any good will she previously created.
The longer she sticks around without a way to win, the worse she looks
in the adoring eyes of her personal history.
If you examine how both campaigns have been run, can anyone claim
Hillary has created the better, or more competent, campaign?
Barack proves every day he is a meticulous manager of people and he
knows how to stay within a budget and on message without getting lost
in ceremonial garb or the mocking of his Hussein middle name.
Barack’s impending nomination as the democrat candidate — should we be
more concerned with the rise of John McCain, or with the inevitable
demise of Ralph Nader?
Nader’s black horse candidacy once again ruin the democrat chances for
ascendancy to the presidency by narrowing the field with unrealistic
whispering and false hope against a nation that cannot be proven beyond