Democratic Presidential candidate Hilary Clinton looks to be the current front-runner to win her party's nomination for next year's election, and her performance in Wednesday's New Hampshire debate didn't do anything to diminish her lead. But there's one issue where she slipped up - just which sports team does she root for. In her exchange with Tim Russert she opted for the centrist approach.
RUSSERT: Senator Clinton, what a bout a World Series -- Yankees and Cubs?Actually Tim, you're wrong. And so is Hilary. True sports fans don't "alternate sides." She'd better pick a team soon, or a John Kerry-esque will be facing her pretty soon.
CLINTON: Well, you know, I've worried about that because I think, given the Cubs' record, which of course, I hope it happens, but it could very well be a sign of the coming apocalypse, were that to ever occur.
It would be so out of history that you would have the Cubs versus the Yanks. Then I'd be really in trouble.
RUSSERT: But who would you be for?
CLINTON: Well, I would probably have to alternate sides.
RUSSERT: Spoken like a true sports fan.