Hillary Clinton has slipped below 50 percent in New Hampshire, which should be considered a Mendoza line for her, given that the Democrat establishment is solidly behind her and nobody of note is formally opposing her:
I am ready for Hillary to discuss her reset with Russia. I would like this discussion to include whether she now thinks it was a mistake to cancel President Bush’s executive agreement with Poland and Czech Republic to install a missile defense system. I would also like to know whether she deems the reset a failure or success in that before the reset Crimea wasn’t part of Russia and there were no Russian troops in Ukraine. And I would also like to know what she would do if Putin takes similar actions in the Baltics.
I am ready for Hillary to discuss Libya, and not just Benghazi. More particularly, I would like to know whether, if she had to do it all over again, she would support the ouster of Muammar Gaddafi knowing that his ouster led to a failed State that is now a breeding ground for ISIS. Continue reading I Am So Ready For Hillary!→
Today’s Union Leader editorial points out what was reported by the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute yesterday, and which I posted about yesterday. Even when you look at just the “General Fund,” the Jasper budget increases spending from what was spent over the prior two-year budget period. From my post: