Buyer's remorse

Clarice Feldman
Paul Lukasiak has made a compelling case that the more Democratic voters learn about Obama and the more likely it is that he will be the nominee, the less they are for him and the more they indicate a preference for Hillary.
Democratic voters refused to accept the pronouncements of the pundits and "analysts", and have voted in overwhelming numbers in support of Hillary Clinton. Not only did Clinton pick up the support that Obama lost, Clinton has picked up a lot of the support that, in February, had gone to other candidates. Moreover, the electorate in the Democratic primaries looked a lot more like the "general electorate" in the 2004 Presidential election.
Hat tip: Instapundit
Paul Lukasiak has made a compelling case that the more Democratic voters learn about Obama and the more likely it is that he will be the nominee, the less they are for him and the more they indicate a preference for Hillary.
Democratic voters refused to accept the pronouncements of the pundits and "analysts", and have voted in overwhelming numbers in support of Hillary Clinton. Not only did Clinton pick up the support that Obama lost, Clinton has picked up a lot of the support that, in February, had gone to other candidates. Moreover, the electorate in the Democratic primaries looked a lot more like the "general electorate" in the 2004 Presidential election.
Hat tip: Instapundit