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Ball point pen on the morning newsprint Steven Rubenzer Speeking at the International Society for Political Psychology found of all the presidents, Hillary has the most in common with Richard Nixon "Both introverts, combative, conscientious, not impulsive, having lapses in judgment, lack of a high sense of moral responsibility, and willingness and ability to lie." Joanne Miller assistant professor of political science at the University of Michigan specializing in political psychology says, To cope, one "engages in interpretative strategies to deny you're going to lose. You make an external attribution for the failure. We're already seeing this with Hillary-she's blaming the media now more than she ever has before." Bruce Buchanan, professor of government at the University of Texas and an expert in presidential psychology also sees the parallels to Nixon. "the circle the wagon mentality ...

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Ball point pen on the morning newsprint Sport has often been used as a metaphor to describe battlefields, strategy and competition. It was in this light that the Clinton campaign first started to draw the parallels between the horse, Eight Belles and Senator Clinton. Leading up to the race the campaign started to talk about the only woman in the race, an underdog, a tough filly that had the stamina to go the distance. The story line was almost too perfect to ignore. If Eight Belles had won, it would have been the campaign's battle cry going into tomorrows contests. But Eight Belles didn't read the script. While she did make a valiant effort, she finished second to Big Brown (the actual winner). Then things went from bad to worse, when seconds after the race Eight Belles collapsed with two broken ankles and had to be euthanized on the spot. While Hillary is not in any mortal danger from ...

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