Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Wolcott on "Squeaky Polls"

Vanity Fair's James Wolcott:

I've never bought the national polls showing Obama would be a stronger adversary for McCain than Clinton--I think those polls are as squeaky as the ones that showed Giuliani as the frontrunner all those months. I think Obama would probably beat McCain, but I know Hillary would because the Clintons have been through the thresher before and reflexively know how to judo flip Republican tactics and media attacks, not simply be reactive after taking a shot to the chin the way Gore and Kerry too often did. For better or worse for our democracy, the Clintons "get" the gestalt, know how to read a blitz.

- Garry J. Wise, Toronto

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