Tuesday, February 05, 2008

And the Oscar goes to.....

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - There she goes again.

It was another two-hanky day on the campaign trail yesterday, as Hillary Rodham Clinton teared up at an event targeting female voters on the eve of the Super Tuesday elections.

After she got a warm introduction from an old friend, Clinton's eyes welled up and glistened under TV camera lights. She paused and gathered her composure.

She didn't choke up - as she did at a similar event on the eve of the New Hampshire primary, a moment that Clinton now says may have helped her snag a critical victory last month by making her appear human and vulnerable.

But there were enough similarities between the two teary instances that skeptics wondered whether the whole thing was contrived.

"Whenever [Barack] Obama picks up steam, she seems to open up the waterworks," said one Democratic operative.

It all started yesterday, when Clinton got a moving introduction from one of her mentors, Penn Rhodeen, who supervised her at a Legal Aid Society while Clinton was a student at Yale Law School.

Rhodeen called Clinton "our incomparable Hillary," after describing the day when, "You appeared at my door, dressed mostly in purple" in a sheepskin coat with bellbottoms.

"You looked wonderful - and so 1972," he said.

Rhodeen himself choked up during his remarks, and Clinton came to the brink of losing her composure. Tears welled up in her eyes as she gathered herself to address 12 preselected women sitting around a table at the Yale Child Study Center, where she once worked.

"Well, I said I would not tear up. Already, we're not exactly on that path," Clinton said, evoking laughs from the crowd.

"She controlled it, but at the table you could see [the tears in her eyes]," said Erin Phillips, a second-year law student, who said Clinton "did great."

Later on, Clinton conducted a town-hall meeting on the Hallmark Channel with audiences from 22 Super Tuesday states. Her campaign paid Hallmark $500,000 for the hour of airtime.

She also appeared on CBS's "Late Show with David Letterman," where the talk-show host asked her if she had ordered hubby Bill to "ease up" on attacking Obama.

She acknowledged talking to her husband, but said, "It was more like, 'We have to get on the positive here.' "

Meanwhile, Obama campaigned with Sen. Ted Kennedy and Caroline Kennedy at the Izod Center arena in New Jersey, next to the home of the champion Giants.

"Sometimes the underdog pulls it out," Obama said. "You can't always believe the pundits and prognosticators."

BRAVO.. right on cue.
Its was PERFECT. Didn't even skip a beat.
Almost as good as this one:

Notice the words, "I have so many opportunities for this country" damn if that is not Stalinist I don't know what is. Also what is this we have to reverse it thing? You mean reverse the growth in the economy? Well yeah if you ask Mr. Clinton. You know we have to stop Global Warming and all and to do that you have to destroy the US economy. Its the only way.

Jesus why is no one else seeing this garbage?
I PRAY she wins the general elections. God I do.
I want people to realize what a FANTASTIC mistake that will be.

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