FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:
With two weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses, the race couldn't be much tighter on the Democratic side.
A new Washington Post-ABC News poll suggests 33% of likely caucus goers support Barack Obama, 29% back Hillary Clinton and 20% are behind John Edwards. The margin of error is 4 points.
The poll also shows Obama gaining ground on Clinton on the question of which Democrat is most electable, which had been one of Clinton's early advantages. However, when it comes to which candidate has the best experience to be president, Clinton still has a significant lead.
In Iowa, it could also come down to which campaign does a better job of motivating voters to come out in the dead of winter and spend hours attending these caucuses. The poll found more of Obama's supporters say they're certain to participate than Clinton's.
But, Clinton's backers are the most committed to voting for her and the most enthusiastic. 70% of her supporters say they'll definitely caucus for her in two weeks, while John Edwards' and Obama's supporters are more likely to say they could change their minds.
Here’s my question to you: What does Hillary Clinton have to do in the last two weeks to win the Iowa caucuses?
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Interested to know which ones made it on air?
Stop reading from scripts and listening to Bill. Speak from the heart, unscripted and face the nation. People are looking for anyone who is genuine, truthful, concerned.
We all know what’s at stake here in this election. Hillary needs to show people that she can be a "likable president" and if Obama and she do not fix their little quarrel, she will fail to do that. We know she can get things done and we know she's determined, she just needs to show us "Hillary The Person" not "Hillary The Politician".
Let's not give her any ideas. And besides, isn't she the one with all the experience?
She needs to stop talking about the "fact" that she has the most experience to lead. Her only real experience is failed healthcare program and filling the valuable post of First Lady. She's never run a business and has minimal experience as a legislator (with no meaningful legislation to her name). Biden, Dodd, Richardson, and even Kucinich have more legislative and business experience than she does. This only alienates even more Americans because they all know she's lying.
I would tell her: you are the one seeking the nomination, not Bill. Leave him in New York to take care of your mom and Chelsea.
Jason from Atlanta writes:
Hillary must do what she's done ALL campaign season: stay strong, consistent and continue to insist she's the Democrat who can win in November. Oh, and keep her strongest weapon at her side, her husband. The Clinton political machine will be impossible to defeat next year.
Elaine from Bell Acres, Pennsylvania writes:
Convince Iowa voters that she'll stop shopping for pants suits at Wal-Mart when she becomes president.
Maybe Jack will read yours tomorrow.