"A Completely Manufactured Event"

Andrea Mitchell describes the Clinton headquarters in the wake of Clinton's devastating loss. The hall was empty and then they packed it. But the message of this caucus is surely that you cannot buy votes, as Romney tried to, and you cannot intimidate people into voting for you, as the Clintons tried. In the end, voters want real people with actual arguments in order to change the country. That's why Huckabee and Obama have prevailed. They're real. The establishments of both parties lost.   

2006-2011 archives for The Daily Dish, featuring Andrew Sullivan

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