McCain is up over Romney by seven, says Fox. Clinton’s up by 3% over Obama, but it’s too early to call at this writing.

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8 Responses to “It’s McCain in New Hampshire…. And Perhaps, Clinton”

  1. John McCain is not too shocking.  New Hampshire has an open primary and McCain does well among the independents.

    As for Mrs. Clinton, it looks like a massive failure of all the tracking polls.  She was supposed to down by nine.  However even a close win will not restore her title as Mrs. Inevitable.

    I read where Fred got one percent, Then Granite Staters don’t like to vote for canidates who don’t campaign there.

  2. Well, entertain the idea that the polling was accurate. What other possibilities come to mind, given whom it is we’re dealing with?

  3. Gloria Stienem’s op-ed turned out the women’s vote?  No.  Better get out the vote efforton the part of the Clinton machine?  Mrs. Clinton bussed in voters from out of state?  If she only could.  Obama voters had no ballots so they voted for McCain the republican primary?  I like that one.

  4. I had a conversation with someone at work today who said they were saddened by the whole Hillary crying situation… sad for Hillary because everyone criticizes her if she’s cold or emotional — can’t make anyone happy.  I seriously think the whole crying thing had the desired affect.  The more I think about it, the left essentially makes decisions based on emotions (sometimes not as obviously), and seeing Hillary “as a human being” I think caused a number of people to rethink their position.

    For what it’s worth.

  5. Pausible anda if true so sad.  Leaders don’t cry for themselves.  Mrs. Clinton is no leader.

  6. I find it interesting that the two most liberal candidates wo in New Hampshire. I have my doubts the remainder of the country is so motivated.

  7. Second most liberal Republican John McCain has some conservative instincts. Mike Huckabee has none.


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