Iowa Strengthens Republicans, Weakens Democrats

Iowa taught two hard election lessons tonight. You can’t win without organization and you can’t win without enthusiasm.

Hillary Clinton came into Iowa with all the organization in the world, but none of the enthusiasm. It will take time to determine whether she managed to eke out a tiny victory against a senescent Socialist, but her shrill speech and deranged expression, eyes wild, draped in blood-red, were not those of a winner.

  • Xavier

    I like this Greenfield fellow’s writing.

    • bob e

      me too .. like BCF .. don’t pull no punches.

  • DMB
  • Xavier

    Because the voting was so close between Clinton and Sanders, the state Democratic party ordered that the delegates would be assigned based on coin flips.

    Clinton won all six flips — something that only has a 1.56 percent chance of happening — and got all the delegates.

    And, unbelievably, that was enough for her to carry the state.

    She’s a Clinton, and this is what Clintons do.
    Get used to it, it’s going to be a long 8 years.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Xavier, you are the first person today I have seen who has correctly figured out those odds.
      And you didn’t even need the binomial theorem to do it.
      Thanks, man.

    • Minicapt

      … or 2^6 …


  • dance…dancetotheradio

    Trump live in Milford, New Hampshire.
    Fifteen thousand people watching live on youtube.

  • mauser 98

    ………what goes around….2008

    Hillary Backers Decry Massive Obama Vote Fraud
    “Obama campaign was breaking the rules, busing in supporters from neighboring states to vote illegally in the first contest in the primaries and physically intimidating Hillary supporters, they say.”
    “Obama’s surprisingly strong win in Iowa, which defied all the polls”


  • mauser 98

    flagrant irregularities committed in yesterday’s Iowa Democratic caucus

    “It is inaccurate to say that this
    coin toss procedure was mandated by the Iowa Democratic Party rules. In
    a press conference of the Iowa Democratic Party broadcast on C-SPAN
    radio around 11 am Eastern time yesterday, a party official made clear
    that in case of a two-way tie, the party recommended a coin toss, and in
    case of a three-way tie, names could be pulled out of a hat. But this
    spokeswoman also pointed out that the coin toss and the hat were simply

    “Reports generally available in the
    news media and sourced to officials of your campaign speak of some 90
    Iowa precincts where the Democratic Party failed to provide a duly
    credentialed chairperson, and allege that the individual campaigns were
    being called on to help “reconstruct” the vote totals – an open door to

  • Ed

    Can any country survive 4 years of that screeching?