Clinton's 'Tears' and the Sanjaya Effect Comedic duo Frangela discuss the campaign. They are not happy with Gloria Steinem's argument that if Obama was a woman he wouldn't be where he is or accusations that 'Combat Kid' Clinton cried. Poll confusion, they say, can be explained by the 'Sanjaya effect.'
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Clinton's 'Tears' and the Sanjaya Effect

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Clinton's 'Tears' and the Sanjaya Effect

Clinton's 'Tears' and the Sanjaya Effect

Clinton's 'Tears' and the Sanjaya Effect

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With a woman and a black man gunning for the Democratic nomination, race and sex are playing a bigger role in the political landscape. Madeleine Brand talks with comedy duo Frangela (Frances Callier and Angela Shelton) about the candidates.

They are not happy with Gloria Steinem's argument that if Obama was a woman he wouldn't be where he is or accusations that Hillary 'Combat Kid' Clinton cried. Poll confusion, they say, can be explained by the 'Sanjaya effect.'