The Wall Street Journal is reporting rumors. Not unusual for that newspaper, but here is what they say:
1. Some of Sen. Hillary Clinton's advisors are urging her to pull out of the race if she loses big in New Hampshire.
2. Democratic Senators who refused to endorse a candidate are flocking to Sen. Obama to talk about endorsements.
3. Clinton's financial backers are growing skeptical as "contributions have begun to slacken."
4. A New Hampshire win could give Sen. Obama the labor backing in Nevada tomorrow that could put him over the top in that labor-led primary (Jan. 19) race, which could counter Sen. Clinton's strong union support up to this point.
5. Obama's position in some South Carolina polls (Democratic primary set for Jan. 26) has jumped to double digits.
6. The Clinton campaign is internally in shambles and some top strategists are being blamed for the whole "experience" campaign slogan.
But these are rumors. Sen. Clinton needs to stay in the race and fight for this nomination. Whatever you think of her candidacy, she has a real chance to win. Never let 'em see you sweat.