Just when you thought Hillary had gone as low as low can go, there’s this:
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s (D-N.Y.) campaign, reeling from 10 unanswered losses to rival Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), is giving supporters a chance to weigh in on the campaign with senior officials Thursday morning.
Supporters who phone in will be able to ask questions and offer advice to campaign Chairman Terry McAuliffe, political director Guy Cecil and Roy Spence, a senior adviser, according to an e-mail obtained by The Hill.
In the e-mail, the Clinton campaign invites those on the list to join the call at 11:30 a.m. because “we want to hear your thoughts, advice and questions as we move forward to the March 4th primaries.”
The Clinton campaign has been bleeding cash to high-priced advisors who were all too stupid to have a Plan B in case Super Tuesday turned out less than super. So now Hillary is calling (literally!) on her financiers to give her free advice? Please.
My suggestion: Hon, take whatever is left in the campaign kitty and throw one hell of a wake.