Hillary Tries to Communicate Coldness, Inaccessibility Early in Race

Posted: Feb 28, 2007 1:52 PM

I know people think I'm crazy, but I don't think Hillary's nearly as politically skillful as she's given credit for, and she's considerably more grating than anyone ever gives her credit for-- hence, not as big a threat as people think. I just can't imagine Americans listening to that robot-voice day in and day out for a year and then voting for listening to it for another four years.

Michelle Malkin notices a hint of Hillary's political skill:

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign excludedreporters for the Bay Area's two largest ethnic newspapers from afundraiser Friday at the Sheraton Palace Hotel -- a perceived snub thatled to days of harsh coverage...

...Reporters from Sing Tao and Chinese-language daily World Journal,as well as the smaller China Press were denied entry to the noonfundraiser.

It turned out that the three papers had not been included in themailing list for a press advisory sent out two days ahead thatinstructed media representatives to check in by 11:45 a.m. WorldJournal reporter Portia Li said she arrived about 10 minutes beforenoon.

Vote for Hillary! The coldness and inaccessibility will be as universal as the bad health care!