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Dramatic Picture Shows How Hillary Clinton’s Support Is Eroding Among Democrats

At one point, long-ago in political terms, it appeared Hillary Clinton’s support would take her all the way to the Democratic nomination.

In this illustration, the Democratic nomination is represented by the sea and Mrs. Clinton is represented by the cliffs.  

Mrs. Clinton’s support has been eroded by dramatic events and she is now far away from the nomination.

1/9/08—Please click here for an update on this post that reflects Hillary Clinton’s win in New Hampshire.  

January 7, 2008 - Posted by | Campaign 2008, Politics, Sea Life | , , ,


  1. she is not my first choice but i still say she ends up with nomination.

    Comment by bill brady | January 7, 2008

  2. Ha Ha Ha.

    Looks like a lot of seal poop swirled in there as well. What does that represent (possibly her army of pollsters and consultants)?

    Comment by PDiddie | January 7, 2008

  3. What tooks millions of years in the picture has taken a week in the political world.

    I’m not counting chickens before they hatch but i like the trend.

    Comment by citizenx | January 7, 2008

  4. Bill—I think the bottom has fallen out under that campaign. But we shall see.

    Mr. Diddie—It could all be from Mark Penn.

    Citizen X—I think in this case it would not be counting your seagulls before they are hatched.

    Thanks for all these comments.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | January 7, 2008

  5. Wake up and smell the coffee. Senator Clinton is the only responsible choice to make. Why would you want to put your children’s future in the hands of a novice? He spouts change. Exactly what has he changed?

    Comment by Terri Cole | January 8, 2008

  6. I would like to see george bush hand the keys over to hillary and bill it would be sweet. if there is a hell bush will be there for sure.

    Comment by bill brady | January 9, 2008

  7. Ms. Cole—Thank you for your comment and for reading the blog.

    Obama validates the life experience of many people who never thought they would see anyone like themselves—in ways that run deeper than color—in the White House.

    He has the capacity to grow and maybe tell the truth for once about the problems we have in this country.

    I’ll tell you, I had accepted to a degree the fact the Mrs. Clinton would win the nomination before Mr. Obama did well in Iowa. I think I had maybe given up that anything could be better than the half-measures and lies the Clintons have sold us and told us.

    It will be good to see Mrs. Clinton or any Democrat win after the last 8 years. But in the case of Mrs. Clinton that’s all I can really say.

    Comment by Neil Aquino | January 9, 2008

  8. They are all full of it. the question is who can swim with the sharks and get the most done for the american people? clinton has sold herself to the right for the last seven years positioning herself to be president. she has laid in their beds and she will want her payment from the right when the time comes. obama and edwards talk a good game but will not be able to get old washington to play ball. when you run your campaign off saying that all the hard working people in washington are tyrants and then you have to go and ask the tyrants to support your bills you are going to be laughed at. the wedge and special interest and earmarks are the problem. get them out and the process will be cleaner and more functional. each rep. has to fight for the area they represent and will do whatever to get money for that area. take the earmarks out, make ethic laws that make it a felony to offer money or accept money from the special interest. I think most of the politicians do care but they have to play by the unwritten rules that are allowed and should not be.

    Comment by bill brady | January 9, 2008

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