I like it so much better when President Clinton is aiming his metaphors at rethugs.
From TPM's Eric Kleefeld:
Former President Bill Clinton used some interesting sports metaphors at some events last night for New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine -- which may have had some unintended double meanings in this race.
"You watch these football games on the weekend, the great quarterbacks are the ones that keep looking at the field, even when these 300-pound behemoths are about to crush them, right. They are, they're calm, and they complete the pass. That's what voting is for people in trouble this year. You cannot let people let their fears, their frustrations, their discouragement, keep them from the polls."