Sunday, February 24, 2008

Seriously...

I really felt comfortable the other night with what I thought was Hillary turning a corner and running a better campaign as she makes her comeback attempt. I don't want to hate her for her campaign, but she is really making it hard...

After Saturday's calculated outburst (see below) I have once again lost all respect for her. And when she comes out for the debate on Tuesday she is in a no-win situation with me. She can revert to the "nice" valedictory Hillary we saw in Austin—and reveal herself to be a complete hypocrit based on her challenge yesterday. Or, she can come after Obama hard and with guns blazing. Which will just be hypocritical from her stance of a different day.

And, if she does go aggressive, I believe Obama will be ready for it, and can probably bury her with it.

6 comments:

Toast said...

You know, I'm betting Hillary feels the same way about you: "So, this Furious guy, am I 'dead to him' again today? Or is he reaching out to me again?" ;-)

Smitty said...

I should have left my "desperation hockey" analogy on this post, but i put it on the previous one instead. To summarize: Hillary's campaign is playing the 1:30-left-in-the-game-you're-down-by-1 style of game: no substance, all hooks, elbows, high-sticks and interference.

Mr Furious said...

Done reaching out. Fuck her. I'll be hard-pressed to vote for her at this point. Her behavior should NOT be rewarded.

In the end I'll vote anti-McCain, but it won't even be close to pro-Hil.

Smitty said...

I see that dickhole Nader announced his bid for Prez.

Mr Furious said...

Who?

Toast said...

I should have left my "desperation hockey" analogy on this post, but i put it on the previous one instead. To summarize: Hillary's campaign is playing the 1:30-left-in-the-game-you're-down-by-1 style of game: no substance, all hooks, elbows, high-sticks and interference.

Yes, but did she pull the goalie?