February 25th, 2008
01:13 PM ET

Hillary’s troubles

We’ve seen a few different emotions from the former Democratic front-runner of late.  In recent days, she’s appeared angry when lashing out at Senator Barack Obama. Other times, her tone has taken on more of a sarcastic tone.

What’s going on here?


Pundits are busy speculating on her foundering campaign, wondering whether Senator Hillary Clinton’s White House ambition is all but lost.

Consider the view from an ex-insider, Dee Dee Myers.  In an interview with The Huffington Post, the former Clinton White House press secretary offers this explanation for part of Hillary’s troubles: "They woke up after Super Tuesday and just didn't have a plan…They didn't have a firewall between Feb. 5 and March 4. There was no state where they said we were going to make sure we win: Maine, Wisconsin, wherever it may be... How is that possible? What group of professionals came up with that plan?"

Myers was just getting started. She also says some are attacking Clinton because of her gender, not her stand on the issues.

Dee Dee Myers will join us tonight for what should be an interested conversation on sex, politics and the presidential election.

In the meantime, what do you think is behind Clinton’s struggling campaign? Can it be saved?

-Gabe Falcon, 360° Writer

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