Thursday, November 01, 2007

How to Combat sHillary's Stumbling Stupidity During the Debates - More Money and Shoot Tim Russert

sHillary Flip, Flopped, and Flipped again during the last debate, and now her staff is in major damage control mode. And according to Mark Penn, her campaign strategist, to counter sHillary's short-comings, they need more money. (h/t Drudge)
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s (D-N.Y.) top advisers, doing damage control after the candidate’s debate performance Tuesday, told supporters on a conference call Wednesday that the campaign needed more money to fight back.

Mark Penn, Clinton’s senior strategist and pollster, and Jonathan Mantz, the campaign’s finance director, told the supporters on the call, which The Hill listened to in its entirety, that they expect attacks from Clinton’s rivals to continue, and she will need the financial resources to deflect their attacks.

As if money is going to help sHillary take a firm stance on anything.

And the reason she did so bad during the debates is because everybody picked on her. Oh, and one supporter thinks Tim Russert ought to be shot for asking a question that highlighted sHillary's indecisiveness.
While one supporter voiced his concern that the Clinton campaign is not devoting enough money and staff to Iowa, lagging behind Obama, most supporters who commented on the call expressed their displeasure with what they saw as the moderators’ focus on Clinton.

One caller from Oklahoma City said that “the questions … were designed to incite a brawl,” and that Russert’s and Brian Williams’s moderating was “an abdication of journalistic responsibility.”

Another said Russert “should be shot,” before quickly adding that she shouldn’t say that on a conference call.

These guys are acting like typical liberals, blame others and throw money at the problem. If they had the slightest clue, they would realize that their candidate polarizes people, is a flaming socialist liberal that is trying to appear moderate and that she is so wishy-washy, flippy-floppy that people want to know what her real positions on issues are, not just the one at that moment in time.

Michael Reagan wrote a great column today on how the Donks should leave sHillary alone, so Republicans can take her apart during the general election. And I agree with him.

Mr Minority

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