A STRING OF SEVEN LOSSES IN A ROW ISN'T DETERRING CRANKY CLINTON.
"WHEN I TAKE THE WHITE HOUSE," SHE INSISTED TO THESE REPORTERS TODAY, "THE LINCOLN BEDROOM WILL BE CALLED 'THE MARY TODD.' NOT ONLY THAT, LITTLE CUPCAKE JUSTIN BIEBER -- OR JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE -- WHICH EVER OF THEM IS YOUNGER AND STILL AT THEIR SEXUAL PEAK WILL BE DECLARED 'WHITE HOUSE STUD.' IF CATHERINE THE GREAT COULD HAVE HORSES, WHO'S TO SAY MAMA CAN'T BREAK HERSELF OFF A FEW POP TARTS. YOU FEEL ME? YOU BETTER!"
She said yes to war and, increasingly, America is again saying no to her.
Senator Bernie Sanders has won the Democratic Party's Wisconsin primary.
US House Rep and Iraq War veteran Tulsi Gabbard Tweeted:
Earlier today, Jake Tapper observed on CNN's THE LEAD WITH JAKE TAPPER that a win in Wisconsin would be Bernie's sixth win in a row.
Who has the momentum?
Chew on that.
Some are noting that in the same contest in 2008, Barack beat Hillary by only 2% more. (Some figures for Bernie's win have him at 57.8%.)
That's not surprising.
As we noted back in February, based on what we were seeing on the college campuses we spoke on, Bernie's connecting in the same way Barack did.
The media narrative of Barack Obama?
Bernie Sanders holds those positions.
Bernie voted against the Iraq War, actually voted against it, unlike Hillary.
It was an issue for young voters in 2008 and it remains one in 2016.
Hillary failed to inspire in 2008, she fails to inspire in 2016.
She's running for president because . . . her husband was president?
Where is the enthusiasm, where is the inspiration, where is the reason for her campaign?
Where is the enthusiasm for Hillary?
She's always been a divisive figure.
She's always been unpopular.
And what, other than fear, would drive people to vote for her in a general election?
Maybe they like her lust for war?
Iraq lies in ruins, the people continue to suffer and Hillary's done nothing to atone for her "mistake" (her term) in voting for and supporting the Iraq War.
RECOMMENDED: "Iraq snapshot"