This was the moment yesterday.
From the NYT
After a political lifetime of keeping her emotions secret, why was Mrs. Clinton finally letting her guard down? Was it a spontaneous outburst or a calculated show? Was Mrs. Clinton using her gender to win sympathy, or was she the victim of a double standard that allowed male candidates to cry — several have on the trail — but not female ones?Don't miss the last line of that piece. If she does become President, that is going to remain one debated moment in US politics.
Meanwhile, fatigue shows, even for Barack Obama. From the HuffPo
"I've been campaigning a lot," he said. "And you know I say, 'The time for change has come.' The other day I said, 'The time for come has changed.' And I have to admit, everybody still clapped."But my moment of the day had to be John McCain's moving victory speech, given among roars of "Mac is back".
The people of New Hampshire have told us again that they do not send us to Washington to serve our self-interest, but to serve theirs. They don't send us to fight each other for our own political ambitions; but to fight together our real enemies. They don't send us to Washington to stroke our egos; but to help them keep this beautiful, bountiful, blessed country safe, prosperous and proud.
And don't miss the last line of that speech either.