Hillary Lowers Expectations For Wyoming Caucuses Today

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Hillary, Wyoming

But wait, I thought she was the comeback kid? I thought she shocked the world on Tuesday? Shouldn’t she be rolling to victory after victory now? Why does Obama have a better shot at winning?

From AP:

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – A day before Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama were to compete for a small scattering of delegates in Wyoming, Clinton cast herself as the underdog and said the odds are not in her favor. Clinton’s campaign has sought to set low expectations for the Saturday caucuses in Wyoming as well as next week’s primary in Mississippi, states where her campaign believes Obama has a better shot at winning.

“I said, ‘Well you know what, I’m going to go to Wyoming anyway — I know it’s an uphill climb, I’m aware of that,” Clinton told an audience of more than 1,500 at a community college in Cheyenne. “But, you see, I am a fighter, and I believe it’s worth fighting for your votes.”

Oh wait, I know. Because Hillary and her team didn’t plan for anything after Super Tuesday so they had no organization in Wyoming. Because they assumed she was the heir apparent. Because they were arrogant.

I’ve asked it before, but I’ll ask it again: is this the team we want in the White House? Especially after 8 years of awful planning?


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3 Responses to “Hillary Lowers Expectations For Wyoming Caucuses Today”

  1. H Kissinger Says:

    Oh wait, I know. Because Hillary and her team didn’t plan for anything after Super Tuesday so they had no organization in Wyoming. Because they assumed she was the heir apparent. Because they were arrogant.

    And now the shoe is on the other foot. Because Barak Obama is ahead and winning Republican states his supporters have become arrogant and demanding. Their king is awaiting coronation and the Queen bitch is in the way.

    How arrogant the Barak Obama supporters have become. Demanding Hillary to quit the race when neither candidate will have the votes necessary to win and Barak Obama is getting 25 percent of his support from Republicans whose only goal is seeing the Iron Witch lose the nomination process.

    Talk about arrogance. I think the Obama side has their share of such a quality.

  2. TerenceC Says:

    Henry, your fly is open.

  3. Nancy Says:

    In my opinion. The Clintons are masters of deceit. They make up blatant lies about Barack Obama. How can we criticize the GOP for having done it in the past.

    The CLinton camp seem to have been mentioneing Ken Starr lately and I wonder why they would do that. My analysis is that the Clintons are desperately trying to get back to the whitehouse not for the good of the people BUT to clean the red stain on their legacy.

    So let’s go down memory lane. Bill Clinton was impeached, FACT. This is something us democrats want to leave in the past and we would be damned if the Clintons open up the flood gates and put us through that nonsense again.

    The truth is Barack Obama is very qualified to be President without the baggage the Clintons bring to the table and the Clintons know it too.

    Barack is a man of high moral integrity/courage, vast experience as a state legislator for 8 years and US senator since 2004, sound judgment on many issues and his desire for a workign majority to move the country forward. People please set your fears aside and take the time to learn about Barack Obama before it’s too late. Let’s not repeat our mistakes of the past, playing to politics of smear and fear. It tears us down and we pay dearly each time.

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