Politics

Not so fast

Clinton defies the polls and the pundits and wins New Hampshire, 39% to Obama's 36%. McCain takes the Republican side, leaving Romney with the silver again. The Huckabee juggernaut stalled a distant third — but still way better than Giuliani.

Marty Kaplan at the Huffington Post:

No matter what you think about Hillary Clinton, no matter how this campaign turns out, there is undeniable satisfaction in watching the pundit class being forced to eat the words of its premature obituaries.

On to California! (after a few stops...)

Earlier today: Hollywood waiting for cue on Obama


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