Edwards waits till the last minute to congratulate Obama on his historic win and Hillary is already talking about "false hopes" in lieu of defeat in a state the media literally tried to hand her. When shit hits the fan white liberals show their true colors:
NASHUA, New Hampshire (Reuters) - New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, reeling from defeat in Iowa at the hands of Barack Obama, urged Democratic voters on Friday not to build up "false hopes" by choosing an inexperienced presidential candidate.In Iowa, which kicked off the process of choosing the next U.S. president with its caucuses on Thursday, the former first lady finished a disappointing third, nine percentage points behind Obama and narrowly behind former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards.
That contest turned into a battle between Clinton's message of experience against Obama's of new hope which the Illinois freshman senator won decisively.
Clinton, 60, a New York senator who would be the first woman U.S. president, has led national opinion polls for months and was once seen as the all-but-inevitable Democratic presidential nominee for the November election.
But Obama, who would be the first black president, goes into next Tuesday's New Hampshire primary with all the momentum on his side, anticipating a substantial bounce in the polls from his Iowa triumph. Many analysts now believe New Hampshire has turned into a must-win contest for Clinton.