Hillary Clinton is Ready and Steady and going to win. Hillary Clinton will be the 44th President of the United States.
We’ll be discussing tonight’s Iowa caucuses and the ugly role of Big Media:
KURTZ (12/29/07): When the votes are counted and we decide who did well—for example, Hillary Clinton. Let’s say she doesn’t win Iowa. Let’s say she gets edged out by 1,000 votes. Is the press going to savage her as a loser?
MILBANK: The press will savage her no matter what, pretty much.
Let’s also not forget that other states matter too:
16 days ahead of the Nevada caucus Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle just announced on a conference call with Nevada supporters that the Southern Nevada Spanish language newspaper El Mundo will endorse Hillary Clinton for President in tomorrow’s edition. Apparently El Mundo has decided that the Hispanic candidate Bill Richardson won’t be able to win the nomination and chose Hillary over Obama and Edwards. Nevada is the first primary/caucus state with a sizable Hispanic population and the Clinton campaign is clearly aiming for the Hispanic vote in Nevada. Two months ago Nevada Assemblyman Ruben Kihuen, who was born in Mexico, also endorsed Hillary.
The campaign also announced that it will hold 45 “Caucus 101” meetings across the state. At three of them in Reno and Carson City Pennsylvania Congressman Joe Sestak will speak for Hillary Clinton. More on that below the fold. The campaign also announced that it will open two more offices in Las Vegas this weekend.
Let’s stay Ready and Steady and go with the Ready and Steady candidate – Hillary Clinton.