Wednesday, January 09, 2008

McCain, Hillary Rebounds

A surprise win for the 2 "underdogs" on both sides of the aisles. story from Yahoo/AP:

Clinton defied campaign-closing polls and the expectations of her own advisers to pull out a narrow victory over Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, the self-styled agent of change bidding to be the nation's first black president. She won with a last-minute show of emotion and pointed criticism of Obama, the harshest attacks coming from her husband, Bill...

McCain claimed the title Tuesday night after riding a wave of support from independent voters to defeat Mitt Romney.

"My friends, I'm past the age when I can claim the noun 'kid,' no matter what adjective proceeds it, but tonight we sure showed them what a comeback looks like," he told supporters as they shouted, "Mac is back!"

Looks like it may be McCain versus Giuliani by this summer!

Concerning Clinton, we hate the kids who inherit their families wealth but love the rags to riches tail. Hillary was about as low as a frontrunner could get; lambasted by those in her Party, the Press, and low in the polls. Yet she managed to "find her voice", as she said, and finally let go of her husbands coattails. Here is the decisive moment:
Some have criticized Clinton for her "teary-eyed moment", but, C'mon men, you know it works, right?