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Hillary Blog Team, Cont.

One of the more amazing aspects of the Democratic primary is how Hillary Clinton continues to treat the readers of her blog as complete morons.  A great example was last week when Clinton’s new media team aggregated quotes from various MSM sources to highlight her supposed win of the Texas debate.  As I posted before, when you went and read the quotes in their entirety, the actual reviews of HRC were less than complimentary.

Here’s the latest of these make-lemonade-out-of-lemons blog posts (from Howard Wolfson, no less):

By the Numbers: A new Quinnipiac University poll shows Hillary leading Obama 51-40% in Ohio.

Does her blog team think that her blog readers are somehow disconnected from the Internet at large and only get their news from HillaryClinton.com?  Here’s how Reuters delivers the same news as Wolfson:

With a week to go until a potentially pivotal vote in Ohio and Texas on March 4, a Quinnipiac University poll said Clinton leads Obama in Ohio by 51 percent to 40 percent among likely Democratic voters.
This was a narrowing from 55 percent to 34 percent lead she held less than two weeks ago, and was a sign that Obama’s momentum was paying dividends in Ohio.

At this rate, Obama will win Ohio.  Not exactly the message team HRC wants its supporters to know.

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