During a discussion last night on Keith Olbermann‘s MSNBC show, an outspoken female commentator (30s, longish dark hair, didn’t write her name down) invoked the legendary words of Tom Hanks‘ Jimmy Dugan character in a discussion of Hillary Clinton‘s repeat performance at Yale University of the old “misting up the day before a big primary” routine that worked so well for her in New Hampshire.

Dugan, of course, was the snarly, tobacco-chewing manager of a female baseball team in A League of Their Own who said, “There’s no crying in baseball!” And this was echoed by the commentator’s words: “There’s no crying in politics! I was with her the first time but not again. You can cry to get out of paying a traffic ticket when a cop pulls you over, but not the day before Super Tuesday.”