Pols Paying Tribute to Gibbs
Personally, I found it nothing but touching that so many famous political-types have chosen to play homage to Joe Gibbs over the past few chaotic days. They could have said that they were taking the race one day at a time, or that the primary season is what it is, or that Ron Paul is who we thought he was. Or they could have said "General Election? You kidding me? General Election? I just hope we can win a primary!"
But they didn't say any of those things. Instead, this is what they said:
Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr.: "I congratulate Sen. McCain on a hard-fought campaign."
Barack Obama: "I want to congratulate Sen. Clinton on a hard-fought victory."
Hillary Clinton: "I've always felt that this is going to be a very tough, hard-fought election."
Barack Obama: "This is going to be a really hard-fought battle."
Giuliani Campaign Manager Michael DuHaime: "We congratulate Mike Huckabee on a hard-fought victory in Iowa."
Clinton campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle: "It's been a hard-fought race here in Iowa for the last year and all eyes now turn to New Hampshire."
There was one other hard-fought Obama reference that I've misplaced just now. So, uh, that's three hard-foughts from Obama in less than a week? Is Mr. Snyder on this guy yet?
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