One of the most quoted lines of the 2008 campaign came from an exchange involving Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton during the last New Hampshire primary debate. The moderator posed a question to Clinton that asked her how she would respond to New Hampshire voters who “like her resume” but just “like” Obama more. Clinton had good-naturedly deflected the question by quipping. “Well, that hurts my feelings” before conceding that her opponent is "very likeable." Obama negated the compliment by responded with a curt "You're likeable enough, Hillary." That extra word “enough” struck voters as ungallant, and Hillary defied the polls by winning the New Hampshire primary.