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    TALK OF HILLARY EXIT ENGULFS CAMPAIGNS
    Mon Jan 07 2008 09:46:28 ET

    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?!

    "She can't take multiple double-digit losses in New Hampshire, South Carolina and Nevada," laments one top campaign insider. "If she gets too badly embarrassed, it will really harm her. She doesn't want the Clinton brand to be damaged with back-to-back-to-back defeats."

    Meanwhile, Democrat hopeful John Edwards has confided to senior staff that he is staying in the race because Hillary "could soon be out."

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    Key players in Clinton's inner circle are said to be split. James Carville is urging her to fight it out through at least February and Super Tuesday, where she has a shot at thwarting Barack Obama in a big state. But others close to the former first lady now see no possible road to victory, sources claim.

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    I for one will sure be doing my part here in Nevada to hold the exit door WIDE open for Hitlery. Bye-Bye Baby!

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    What a difference a day makes. Polls were wrong, unfortunately.

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    Pollsters tell us Iowa is the one to watch, because it's true America.
    And New Hampshire is the one to watch, because it's the first votes.

    But if neither goes the way the pollsters want, then South Carolina is the one to watch. Or Super Tuesday.


    And if anyone wants to see what will happen to all but the 10 most populous states if the electoral college were abolished, just look at how much coverage Wyoming got.
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