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1:35 PM ET, January 7, 2008

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Drudge Report:
TALK OF HILLARY EXIT ENGULFS CAMPAIGNS  —  Facing a double-digit defeat in New Hampshire, a sudden collapse in national polls and an expected fund-raising drought, Senator Hillary Clinton is preparing for a tough decision: Does she get out of the race?  And when?!
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Robert Shrum / NY Daily News:
Sen. Clinton's massive mistake - and the final chance to fix it  —  Be Our Guest  —  If (although I strongly suspect the right word is “when") Hillary Clinton loses tomorrow's New Hampshire primary, there will be a few proto-obituaries for her campaign and many more stories about how it will be “shaken up” or “relaunched.”
Jennifer Parker / Political Radar:
Clinton Gets Emotional on Campaign Trail  —  ABC News' Kate Snow Reports: Campaigning in New Hampshire one day before the first-in-the-nation primary, Senator Hillary Clinton got emotional and had tears in her eyes as she spoke with voters about her passion for the country.
Zogby:
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby New Hampshire Tracking Poll: Big “Mo-bama” Grabs Dems in Granite State; McCain Regains Lead Over Romney in GOP Battle  —  UTICA, New York - Democrat Barack Obama's dramatic post-Iowa momentum has come to full bloom in the Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby New Hampshire daily tracking poll …
Mark Leibovich / New York Times:
In New Hampshire, Bill Clinton Finds Less Spark  —  DURHAM, N.H. — Is this what it would have been like had Elvis been reduced to playing Reno?  —  Former President Bill Clinton has been drawing sleepy and sometimes smallish crowds at big venues in the state that revived his presidential campaign in 1992.
WSJ.com:
Emotional Moment for Clinton in N.H.  —  Amy Chozick reports on the presidential campaign from Portsmouth, N.H.  —  Speaking to an intimate group of undecided voters this morning at a cafe in Portsmouth, N.H., Sen. Hillary Clinton showed a rare emotional side.
Roger Simon / The Politico:
Can you win on dull?  —  NASHUA, N.H. — Two candidates, one room, two days and two worlds apart.  —  That was Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton at the Nashua High School North gymnasium Saturday and Sunday.  —  And the difference between the two candidates was never more apparent.
Dan / Riehl World View:
A Drudge Intrigue: Is Hillary Dropping Out?
Discussion: The Caucus, Wonkette and New York Times
John Whitesides / Reuters:
Obama rockets past Clinton in New Hampshire
Walter Shapiro / Salon:
Heartbreak ahead for Hillary Clinton?
Allahpundit / Hot Air:   Drudge: Hillary thinking of getting out before Super Tuesday?
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Pauline Jelinek / Associated Press:
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William Kristol / New York Times:
President Mike Huckabee?  —  MANCHESTER, N.H.  —  Thank you, Senator Obama.  You've defeated Senator Clinton in Iowa.  It looks as if you're about to beat her in New Hampshire.  There will be no Clinton Restoration.  A nation turns its grateful eyes to you.
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Matthew Yglesias:
The Electable Huckabee  —  The trouble with having Bill Kristol as a New York Times columnist is not just that he's prone to saying substantive things about the issues that I disagree with.  He's also the kind of guy who when he goes out on a weird limb and says Mike Huckabee would have a good chance …
Michelle Malkin:
Quoted in the NYTimes, but...  Bill Kristol's new column …
Discussion: Horses Mouth and The Opinionator
Ben Smith / The Politico:
Clinton fights back tears: 'It's not easy'  —  Exhausted and facing the prospect of losing the second test of her primary campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton fought back tears as her voice broke at the close of a sedate event in a Portsmouth coffee shop.  —  She expressed the sheer difficulty …
Jane Hamsher / Firedoglake:
Ron Paul Supporters Confront Frank Luntz  —  It's always great when Fox News calls for civility.  After excluding Ron Paul (who is, per some polls, in a statistical tie for third in the GOP New Hampshire primary) from the debate last night, Fox's official pollster Frank Luntz's feathers …
The Corner:
Mitt and Taxes  —  Another thing.  When Huckabee said to Romney, “You opposed those Bush tax cuts in 2002,” and “Did you support or oppose the 2002 Bush tax cuts?"  Romney said, “I never opposed the Bush 2002 tax cuts.  I supported them.  The first comment I made about the Bush tax cuts was that I supported the Bush tax cuts.
Discussion: Say Anything
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John Hawkins / Right Wing News:
The Twenty Most Annoying Liberals In The United States: The 2007 Edition  —  Honorable Mentions: ACLU, Barbra Streisand, Bill Clinton, Bill Moyers, Bill Richardson, Brian DePalma, CAIR, Chuck Schumer, Code Pink, Columbia University, David Gregory, Dennis Kucinich, Ellen DeGeneres, George Soros …
Michael O'Hanlon / Wall Street Journal:
Obama and Iraq  —  One of Sen. Barack Obama's many strengths is his ability to inspire beyond party lines.  Because he lacks the baggage of the past, and because his melodic message of hope speaks to many, he garnered much more support from independents in Iowa than either Hillary Clinton or John Edwards.
 
 
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