Well, well, well. Just in case Mrs. William Jefferson Clinton missed the message, her like minded associates are leaping up to make sure she gets it. Can you hear me now?
The Nation: The overwhelming majority of South Carolina blacks rejected Senator Clinton in the most profound way: after first supporting her. She had a two-to-one lead on Obama among black South Carolinians at mid-campaign. Whites didn't reject her nearly so soundly--about one-quarter of them voted for Obama, with the others pretty well split between Clinton and John Edwards. But half of under-30 white voters--and there were a ton of them--went for Obama.
What to make of the fact that a strong majority of whites in South Carolina opted against Clinton? … It is also because the Clintons have come to embody, for many middle Americans, the moral and intellectual emptiness they see in liberalism--feel-good, stand-for-nothing, make-no-difference power players cloaking their lust for control in "feel-your-pain" platitudes.