Contrary to the thoughts that Obama Van Helsing had dispatched Hildabeast in after her trouncing in Iowa and the lackluster polls in New Hampshire – the Queen of the Blight suprised all the pundits and suddenly rose from her primary grave, feasting on the emoting bleeding heart saps of New Hampshire that fall for crocodile tears, propelling her to a big victory in the Granite State.
Can we all correctly assume that a pantsuit scorned is like which fury Hell hath no?? That the Termanatrix shall be unleashed upon those who dared drive a stake through her political heart for the Oval orifice?
I think those running against her should all be afraid…very afraid that the hoped-for silver bullet of a defeat in New Hampshire didst not send the demoness back to the depths of Carpetbagging Senate obscurity.
The media buildup will now commence of exclaiming “Who is like unto the Hildabeast? And who can make war against her?” The rumours that Carville and Begala are poised to join her at the Clintonvania Castle’s War Room means the final machine parts have been assembled for her ascendancy to the throne.
Personally, this is just starting to get amusing – the theatrical tears and bloviating boredom notwithstanding.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Hillary Rodham Clinton proved Tuesday that more than one Clinton can be “the Comeback Kid.” “Over the last week, I listened to you, and in the process I found my own voice,” Clinton said at a victory celebration after her win over Barack Obama. “Now, together, let’s give America the kind of comeback that New Hampshire has just given me.”
Clinton, whose husband used a second-place finish in New Hampshire in 1992 to propel himself to the White House, had trailed Obama in recent polling. In the last days, though, she overhauled her campaign operation here and took a new tone to the trail. Aides, meanwhile, executed the long-laid ground game that even rivals acknowledged was masterful.
The New York senator and former first lady hugged both former President Clinton and their daughter, Chelsea, before taking the podium and saying, “thank you, thank you so much” repeatedly.
“I come tonight with a very, very full heart and I want especially to thank New Hampshire,” she said. “For all the ups and down of this campaign, you helped remind everyone that politics isn’t a game. … We came back tonight because you spoke loudly and clearly.”
“Tomorrow, we’re going to get up, roll up our sleeves and keep going,” Clinton said to enthusiastic applause.
In the end, though, key voting blocs were there for Clinton in New Hampshire — or weren’t there for Obama, depending on how the campaigns frame it. According to exit polling conducted by The Associated Press and the networks, far more women voted than men; Clinton won 45 percent of them compared to 36 for Obama.
Also according to exit polls, fewer younger voters turned out in New Hampshire than in Iowa, depriving Obama of crucial support.