In the wake of Hillary Clinton's shellacking in Iowa, she is about to get desperate with a predictable onslaught of mudslinging attacks at a surging Barack Obama. The floor was ripped out from under Hillary as her, taken for granted base, women, ripped in half breaking mostly for Obama. She is a calculating, bean counting, opportunistic politician who plays the numbers and clearly over-looked the youth vote as well and payed dearly for it in Iowa.
But being her true self she blamed others for her lose in Iowa namely, the entire state of Iowa.
"Iowa does not have the best track record in determining who the parties nominate. Everybody knows that."
She just can't stop playing the role of super bitch. This is her true nature, this is yet more evidence that she doesn't really care about voters. She only cares about winning and will do and say anything to get where she wants to go. Of course, before the Iowa primary she was talking up Iowa as if it was Shangri-la. She was saying how smart they are but they saw right through her smoke screen and voted instead for the more sincere, Obama. Now that she lost, she sees Iowans as worthless idiots who don't know shit. I would like to see what she would say later to Iowans in the general campaign if she were to somehow get the Democratic nomination.
She may think saying such things won't hurt her anymore because the Iowa vote is over but once again is under-estimating people by over playing her hand. Does she not think that the rest of the country won't notice her bashing Iowa? If she has such disdain for them, what does that say about her concern for the rest of us? Not much. Is she going to blame New Hampshire voters too if she should lose again there? Probably. So this is her typical attitude, it's everyone's fault but hers.
New Hampshire might be a new state and a new opportunity for her to win but she's still her same old arrogant self and you can't polish a turd.
She's still trying to sell this, "I'm so experienced" crap. Experienced at what? I'll tell you what, manipulation. Dissing Iowans just shows us how divisive she would be as president and more sharply contrasts with Obama's inclusive message of hope and change. If she is so quick to divide her own party, how does anyone expect her to heal the wounds of this country and be even somewhat successful at bringing the two sides together? She's a charlatan and chameleon. Her campaign slogan changes with the polls. She does represent change but negative change in that she changes her opinions and message whenever it seems politically expedient. I know most politicians do this to one degree or another but its her only card because she doesn't know how to be real and sincere. She's not "ready to lead on day one" but rather "ready to divide on day one."
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