Two Semi-Conspiratorial Thoughts
Thought #1: The Democratic convention hall is set up with the Illinois and Delaware delegations front and center. Which – especially if they go ahead with a full roll call of the states – would be rather embarrassing if Biden’s own delegation was voting for Hillary. Fortunately for Biden, Obama won Delaware; I wonder, though, if the fear of a similar scene was a motivating | Read More »
So . . .
Will this generate some headlines and attention-grabbing pictures? If not, it had only better be because the protests don’t materialize into anything significant. If they do and the protests receive little or no coverage, we will have an idea of who is in the tank for whom.
When stories like this one actually have to be written and pushed out, it is clear that there is something wrong with efforts to bring a fractured Democratic Party together: Hillary Rodham Clinton says she truly wants Barack Obama to win the White House, even though he dashed her own presidential dreams. And she’s going to keep saying it, despite the doubters. The New York | Read More »
Just In Case The Obama Campaign Has Forgotten
There are still disgruntled Clinton supporters to deal with. Of course, few of them are as utterly fanatical as Lanny Davis but there are enough Clinton supporters out there who will be plenty mad if Hillary Clinton is not selected as the Vice Presidential candidate and who will be more than willing to take their anger out on the Obama campaign in the fall. And | Read More »