Friday, November 07, 2008

One of the compelling Clintonian arguments was that, if Obama was have such trouble in a genteel campaign against a member of his own party, it was hard to imagine him withstanding a hostile campaign against another party. As it turned out, however, the Clintons were much tougher competitors than McCain was, which sticks to a Chicago trope, since the Chicago primary is usually the real election.


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