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SORRY, HILLARY, BUT WOMEN LOVE BERNIE
When the New Hampshire primary results came in, it was clear that ... New Hampshire voters are a little crazy, going for broke with a two-for-one special on big-government populism. Donald Trump won the Republican primary, while Democrats overwhelmingly chose Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton.
Both the fascist and the socialist surged ahead of the No. 2 candidates, with Trump at around 34 percent of the vote (as of this writing), followed by John Kasich at 15.9 percent, and Sanders taking more than 59 percent of the vote compared with Clinton's 38 percent.
Madeleine Albright may be regretting using a certain famous quote of hers in the context of a Clinton stump speech since a lot of women in New Hampshire have signed up for that special place in hell.
RUBIO WAS RIGHT
Sen. Marco Rubio may have been mocked for repeating one of his key talking points in Saturday's GOP debate, but some conservatives are standing by him for a simple reason: His analysis of President Obama's goal for America was spot on.
Conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh gave Gov. Chris Christie a piece of his mind for attacking Rubio on a completely accurate and fundamentally conservative point (transcript via Red State):
A few more bites:
"I know I have some work to do, particularly with young people, but I will repeat again what I said this week. Even if they are not supporting me now, I support them, because I know I've had a blessed life, but I also know what it is like to stumble and fall." - Hillary Clinton after conceding New Hampshire, via The Hill
"A Racist, Sexist Demagogue Just Won The New Hampshire Primary: Donald Trump seriously did it" - how the Huffington Post reported Trump's victory, via Politico