Arriving nearly an hour late due to weather conditions, Hillary Clinton accepted the endorsement of New Hampshire's first lady, Susan Lynch.
Lynch said with the exception of her husband, she rarely publicly gets into politics. But, she added, "Hillary and I share a lifelong commitment for fighting for a very important goal, and that is health care for children and families. And I believe Hillary is the candidate who can finally succeed in this area."
Clinton cited Lynch's experience as a pediatrician and praised her for her work to promote health care and prevent childhood obesity. "It's really time to promote prevention and that's what Susan has talked about."
Folks, this isn't just any pediatrician, this is Governor of New Hampshire John Lynch's wife. New Hampshire is probably the most crucial state right now for the primary. As of September of 2006, John Lynch has an approval rating of 72%, the 4th highest in the nation. If we can somehow transfer that approval rating to the approval rating of Hillary Clinton - this endorsement most certainly being a catalyst - we'll be able to completely obliterate the opponents on election day (Jan 8). This is definitely great news, although we have no doubt the smear merchants will try to spin this somehow.
By the way, I couldn't help but notice the mention that Hillary arrived almost an hour late to this important address. This isn't the first time I've heard of this happening; the official campaign needs to get their act together. We can't let these minor problems stand in the way of a victory for America.