Crying? Running? Preaching? What in the world are: Hillary Clinton, Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee thinking?

It would seem that the Clinton campaign is starting to have infighting over the future of the Senator’s campaign, and even more disturbing is Clinton breaking into tears over how hard it is.

Various news sources are beginning to report grumbling within the inner circle of the Clinton campaign who are urging her to drop out of the race after the expected double digit loss in New Hampshire to Senator Barack Obama.

Although, Matt Drudge is also reporting that one spokesman for the Clinton campaign said, “She did not work this hard to get out after one state.” It is rumored that the Ragin’ Cajun, James Carville has urged Clinton to stay in until after Super Tuesday in the hope that she gains momentum there.

Clinton also broke into tears as a campaign stop saying, Some of us put ourselves out there and do this against some pretty difficult odds and we do it, each one of us, because we care about our country.But some of us are right and some of us are wrong.Some of us are ready and some of us are not.

Enough is enough Mrs. Clinton, we understand that you want to be President very much, but crying to get it?

Barack Obama spoke with Diane Sawyer, and responded to Clinton’s tactics for the first time since the Iowa Caucus saying, “I find the manner in which they’ve been running their campaign sort of depressing, lately. It was interesting in the debate, Sen. Clinton saying ‘don’t feed the American people false hopes. Get a reality check, you know?’ I mean, you can picture JFK saying, ‘we can’t go to the moon, it’s a false hope. Let’s get a reality check.’ It’s not, sort of, I think, what our tradition has been.”

All the while third place contender John Edwards seems to be trying to get a position as Barack Obama’s attack dog, or maybe just his Vice President. It was reported that Edwards said that the Clinton campaigns fund of money was going to dry up. After Saturday nights performance attacking Clinton, and his low polling numbers it can easily be surmised what he is going after.

On the Republican side, Mike Huckabee scares America as the Washington Post reports that Huckabee gave a sermon at NH church saying, “When we become believers, it’s as if we have signed up to be part of God’s Army, to be soldiers for Christ.” One really wonders how Huckabee is going to respect the boundary between Church and State and how a non-Christian would ever be able to vote for him.

Expectations for tomorrow’s primary: A 5 point Obama win with Clinton in second and Edwards in third. On the Republican side McCain, Romney, Huckabee, Giuliani, Paul.

I don’t see any of the big three Democrats dropping out right away, but it is possible if Hillary loses by enough. On the Republican side, I could see Mitt Romney dropping out by Friday but everyone else staying in. My question for Ron Paul still is, why are you running as a Republican? I don’t think he has a realistic conception of what he can do for the Republican Party or a realistic conception of who actually likes him and what his chances are.

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1 Response to “Crying? Running? Preaching? What in the world are: Hillary Clinton, Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee thinking?”


  1. 1 soulmantim January 7, 2008 at 1:26 pm

    Ron Paul IS Republican. The reason why he knows he’s winning is because of the intensity of the attacks coming his way.
    The Fox News snub may have been the best thing to happen to Paul.
    He may win NH, especially with Barry Goldwater, Jr. campaigning with him there.


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