There seem to be those who disagree about this matter:
[But one of the key Irish negotiators last week called Clinton's description of her role in the process a "wee bit silly."
"I don't know there was much she did apart from accompanying Bill (Clinton) going around," David Trimble told Belfast's Daily Telegraph.
Trimble, the former leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, and John Hume, leader of the nationalist Social Democratic Labour Party, shared the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize for their roles in the peace process. "I don't want to rain on the thing for her, but being a cheerleader for something is slightly different from being a principal player," Trimble said.]
And trails in pledged delegates anywhere from 100-150, depending on whose count you go by.
Of course, since the Clinton camp was caught in a rhetorical snafu and the calls for a joint-ticket repudiated their argument that Obama was not ready to become president, Hillary Clinton announced suddenly that talk of such a thing was premature.
Your diary only carries weight if we accept that the Clinton's offer was genuine. And with her quick dismissal of the idea today, there's reason to believe we shouldn't.
Would that be hypocrisy like Hillary's so-called foreign policy experience?
You know, the lies about playing pivotal roles in N. Ireland and Bosnia? The story about negotiating open borders in Kosovo for refugees when those borders were opened the day before her one day trip where she sung with Sheryl Crow and Sinbad?
Would you mean that kind of hypocrisy? Where people involved say that her role in N. Ireland was "ancillary" and Hillary makes it sound like she played a vital role in negotiating the peace?
Well, I guess that's not so much hypocrisy as it is outright lies.
Of course, I don't see the point to underming Obama. I mean, the Clinton's are apparently willing to consider him as a VP(nevermind the fact that the person in second place has a lot of nerve to ask the person in first place that question).
And if he's good enough to be Clinton's VP, I guess that means he's ready to become President.
Maybe that's what you get when you talk so kindly about John McCain. Maybe that's what you deserve when you talk about McCain crossing the same mystical "threshhold" that you have.
Turn on Keith because he says something you don't agree with? Obviously...all heretics to the cult must be dealt with.
And I thought Hillary was able to take this kind of stuff? I mean, no big deal, right?
She's vetted. She's faced the worst. So, why all the complaining from her supporters?
People have questions. People have concerns. And for good reason - if there's one thing that follows the Clinton's around as much as their political opportunism, it's scandal.
This isn't a secret too anyone. And I certainly hope you don't think it's better for us to just keep quiet when we have concerns about what surprises we might find out about during the general election campaign.