But not much. Looking at her career in perspective makes it very easy to forgive the last few months. I'm going to laugh at every ad the RNC runs with her quotes, because it's not going to matter.
No one likes Grampa McCain. He's only broken 80% in one primary--SINCE THE OTHERS ALL DROPPED OUT. Ron Paul picked up delegates on Tuesday, for pete's sake. His most recent speech was the biggest bomb since Hiroshima.
We are now Democrats, and the wind is at our backs.
this is simply a case of Senator Clinton not seeing the forest for the trees, and not being willing to give up on a dream immediately, I think we can understand that. I know I can. She can and will fix it all tomorrow.
Let's get ready for the McCain smackdown. With Senators Obama and Clinton coming at him from both sides, he ought to just find a Country Buffet somewhere and drink coffee for the next few months.
There are intelligent arguments in favor of a caucus. Having run several here in Colorado, and attended The Big Ones in Iowa, I think they're antiquated and obsolete. But they are invaluable for Party-building, and primaries don't do that at all. There are always tradeoffs.