So I ask you which is worse. Making a comment criticizing an ad and inadvertently opening oneself up to claims of sexism or taking $170,000 in campaign cash from a company who allegedly harbored serial sexual harassers of women in the workplace.
Sen. Hillary Clinton has declined to return $170,000 in campaign contributions from individuals at a company accused of widespread sexual harassment, and whose CEO is a disbarred lawyer with a criminal record, federal campaign records show.
If you ask me, I’d say Hillary has a credibility problem with her desire to get support from […]Full Story... →
Asked if the two-term New York senator should quit the Democratic race if she does not win Ohio and Texas on March 4, former Navy Secy. Richard Danzig said, “I would encourage you to, on March 5, call Sen. Clinton at 3 a.m. and put that question.”
I see Team Hillary is playing the expectations game with Obama saying HE has to win both Ohio and Texas along with all contests on Tuesday or he’s in trouble. Utter hilarity. Utter Orwellian.
If Clinton doesn’t win both Ohio and Texas by HUGE MARGINS, she should get out. […]Full Story... →
Nice. You’ve heard of rapid response, but having a TV ad come out almost instantly after an attack ad by an opponent? This is a good sign.Full Story... →
The latest Zogby poll now has Clinton and Obama tied at 45% in Ohio…
In Ohio, the two Democrats have drawn dead-even to the tenth of a percent (44.8% each), as Clinton continued to show strength in northern Ohio outside Cleveland, but trailed Obama badly in northeast Ohio and in burgeoning central Ohio, where the capital city of Columbus is home to many state government workers. Clinton leads in the more sparsely-populated, less affluent southern Ohio region. She also retains a small lead among Catholics, an important voting bloc in this Rust Belt state.Full Story... →