In yesterday's New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton was a supercandidate. She managed to overcome a double digit deficit and take the Democratic primary by 3 points. That is an unbelievable accomplishment! That is the equivalent of a football team being down 39-27 with two minutes to go and winning 42-39.
Everyone is asking what went wrong with the polls. Why were they so far off? Well, they were only off when it came to Hillary and Obama. Almost every other prediction was within 1%.
I am reminded of a certain U.S. Senator who turned a modest $1,000 investment in cattle futures into $100,000 in just a few months.
I don't see how we can afford not to elect this woman to the presidency. She is superwoman! I'm just waiting for her to turn water into wine.
Or could there be a man behind the curtain? There were investigations into Hillary's commodities windfall and several suspicious things turned up. I would almost wager on there being suspicious goings on in the New Hampshire primary yesterday.
No, Hillary is not a superwoman. She's not even a superpolitician. But she is part of a supermachine that will stop at nothing to reach the desired goal.