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New Hampshire Verdict: Hillary Exults; Update: the Many Voices of Hillary Rodham Clinton
"I found my own voice."
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Update 10:56am. The day after…Let the sniping begin.

Update 12:00am. Blecchhh. Here’s the video clip of her self-congratulatory, voice-discovering moment.

Which gives me a good opportunity to remind you of the many voices of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Like her fake Selma voice. And her Al Sharpton’s best friend voice. And her Bug Off, Code Pink! voice. And her chumming it up with Peter Paul voice. And her hearty, cackling voice. Oh, and her botched, open-borders voice.

She’s her own self-generating cacophony. What other voices are in there?


1clinton31.jpg “I found my own voice. I felt like we spoke from our own hearts…Now, let’s give America the kind of comeback that New Hampshire has just given me.” Crowd erupting. Waving American flags. Right-side up. Unlike her Iowa stage, tonight Hillary is surrounded by young people, not old fogies.

No Che shirt sightings yet.

“Politics isn’t a game. It’s about people…We are facing a moment of so many big challenges…”

Subprime crisis gets first mention (don’t worry, Hill. W. has it covered). Next: Corporate-bashing of “oil companies, drug companies, student loan companies, and predatory lending companies.”

“We are in it for the long ride…We are in it for the American people.”

Except the ones who work for the oil companies, drug companies, student loan companies, and predatory lending companies, of course.

She’s talking about the “privileged few.”

Wait a minute: She hasn’t said “change” yet!

“Tomorrow, we are going to get up, roll our sleeves, and keep going.”

Plugs the website:

“You want this campaign to be about you, because there is so much at stake for our country.”

Whatever that means.

“I want to say how much I respect the other Democratic candidates.”

Uh-huh. Tell us another fairy tale, Hill.


Previous New Hampshire verdict liveblogging.

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• Category: Ideology • Tags: 2008 Campaign, Hillary Clinton