"For a candidate who 50% of the country says they won't consider voting for, raising questions about electability is a curious strategy," - Bill Burton, Obama's spokesman.

Meanwhile, Clinton explains her lack of experience in Iowa:

"I'm personally really pleased with how far I've come, never having done this with Bill."

My favorite moment in the NYT piece:

She responded with bewilderment when informed that she should not assume that she now had the support of an Iowa Democratic leader even after spending 40 minutes over coffee with him.

Hey, I'm glad I'm not a politician. Obama's up 8 and Clinton's down 5 in New Hampshire.

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