Was there a massive click moment with Hillary, as old-guard feminists used to call it, when women collectively thought, "Hey, this isn't fair"?
Give it up. Go cold turkey. If you're approached at a voting location, tell 'em your ballot was secret and it's going to stay that way.
For those who have had power and seek to recapture it, they can claim to be for change but they cannot bring it about because there are too many old arrangements, too many deals, too many old networks.
The pressure now shifts to Barack Obama to prove that Iowa was not a fluke.
After I told Fox yesterday that the story about me wasn't true -- and this is the surreal part -- they kept reporting it anyway. Fox's Garrett told me he'd "take it under advisement." Take it under advisement?
Why is it okay for men to get misty and not for women? Why is it assumed everything HRC does is scripted? Why is a man more sincere than a woman?
The Arizona senator is one of the few who could erect a Latino barrier to the Democrat's wave of inevitability.
McCain's crowd starts chanting "USA! USA!" because they need John to know that in a national election, they're voting American.
Obama's victories in New Hampshire's Upper Valley might have been prompted by a full-page ad that appeared last Saturday in our local Valley News.
It now appears that, perhaps with a sense that Obama had a lock on the Democratic side, independents felt free to vote on the Republican side and reward their hero, John McCain.
If elected in November, it will be important for Hillary's supporters, and for the country not to forget the larger possibilities of change.
The polls did not get this election wrong. Any careful reading of them would have had to concede that yesterday's voting looked unpredictable. The media had this information, yet chose to show the race as a done deal.
The Clinton campaign has been getting pummeled as we piled on her. Our judgment has been clouded by bloodthirsty lust for a story about "How the Mighty Have Fallen."
I prefer a race to a rout. Democracy isn't about being swept off our feet -- especially by a mainstream media that can't even get polls right let alone interpret them with caution.
On the morning after the New Hampshire primary, one strong conclusion can be drawn: the media collectively blew it. This should be seen as downright ...