I'm watching the Daily Show right now, and the clips they're showing of Hillary are quite interesting. I think we've already covered this a bit, but...
The voters went from this: "the voters get to decide," to this: "The voters kind of see us from afar, they come to a speech, and they vote, and it's an important part of the process, [but not the complete part]."
As John Stewart summed it up, "you guys are the toast next to the orange juice glass in the cereal commercial."
I also like how she and her crew dismissed caucus states ("skewed towards activists"), other states ("I respect the proud african american tradition in south carolina"), big states, etc, and said that if we had the Republican primary system she'd be the nominee. Hooray.
(posted by Matt S.)