FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:
It may be almost time to stay home and bake cookies... and here's why:
Hillary Clinton said: “Well, making change, making - wait a minute. Now, wait a minute. I'm going to respond to this. Because obviously - obviously making change is not about what you believe. It's not about a speech you make. It is about working hard.
“There are 7,000 kids in New Hampshire who have health care because I helped to create the Children's Health Insurance Program. There are 2,700 National Guard and Reserve members who have access to health care because, on a bipartisan basis, I pushed legislation through over the objection of the Pentagon, over the threat of a veto from President Bush.
“I want to make change, but I've already made change. I will continue to make change. I'm not just running on a promise of change. I'm running on 35 years of change. I'm running on having taken on the drug companies and the health insurance companies, taking on the oil companies.
“So, you know, I think it is clear that what we need is somebody who can deliver change. And we don't need to be raising the false hopes of our country about what can be delivered. The best way to know what change I will produce is to look at the changes that I've already made.”
Ouch! Remind you of anyone? We've had seven years of a president who gets angry anytime someone disagrees with him or has the temerity to suggest he might not have all the answers.
That little outburst is not going to help her in New Hampshire where 45% of the voters are independent.
ABC News Senior National Correspondent Jake Tapper, on his blog, wrote Hillary got angry, "Not about an issue so much as about the fact that Obama is beating her."
Here’s my question to you: Will Hillary Clinton's angry response at the debate on Saturday hurt her chances in New Hampshire?
To see the Cafferty File video click here
Interested to know which ones made it on air?
We have already had two terms with a "my way or the highway" president. Hilary Clinton's angry outburst sounds like more of the same.
Jason from Atlanta writes:
It's called passion, Jack! It irks me to no end that when a WOMAN shows some strength and passion, she's considered 'angry' or a 'b*****'. But when you have some little barking Chihuahua like Romney (or even Bush) constantly throwing hissy fits, it's somehow different. If the New Hampshire voters are smart, they'll see that Iowa made a big mistake - and they'll put Hillary BACK on top where she belongs.
Hillary Clinton is the epitome of the term "plastic candidate". She will say anything to get elected. I am not swayed by her fake tears. She is trying to use a 'sympathy tactic' because she is realizing that her words are as hollow as her heart. America is not fooled. We will not settle for a 30-year Bush-Clinton dynasty.
Jack from West Virginia writes:
I'm an Obama man, but I thought Hillary was entitled to step it up and belt it out on her record. People praise Edwards when he gets testy and Obama when he has a vision. At least give Hillary points for being on point about her record. And good grief, don't compare her to George Bush. (Are you groggy from a weekend of really good football?)
Alan from Indianapolis writes:
Hillary Clinton is an angry woman. We saw that when her husband ran for office (not going to be a woman who bakes cookies or something to that effect). Bill's election team had to put her in seclusion until Bill was elected. She can run, but she can't hide. Her outburst reflects her personality - frustrated, angry feminist. She will never be elected.
One minute she's angry, another minute she's crying. Is she bi-polar or just cold and calculating? Either way, she does not belong in the White House. I see the true colors shining through and I think America is starting to see it as well.