I don't know what you're talking about. I didn't ignore anything.
Of course HRC still polls pretty well, no one kicks anyone when they're down. But if she was the nominee, we would be knee-deep in Clinton hatred, and reading blog after blog of buyers remorse hand wringing about why the Dems chose the nominee that filled the Repubs with glee and fired up the base.
It's all pointless speculation anyway. Sore losers are fun to laugh at.
Obama is the weakest candidate because he has not unified the party?
Yet if the party were unified he wouldn't be the weakest candidate?
So Obama is a vulnerable candidate, according to the Dems who are on the fence about him, but wouldn't be if those same Dems would just get over themselves and support the candidate that best represents them politically?
That's like one of the members of a basketball team saying "I'm not going to try my hardest because this team isn't that good," all the time knowing that the team would be fine if all the players would just play their hardest.
It's all phony, anyway. It's August now, and if HRC was the nominee we would just barely be through the first page of Clinton library donors, and the polls would be worse than they are today.
I am going to take 15 seconds out of my day on November 5 to personally laugh at you, Cankles. Then I'll go back to perusing all the front page stories showing "Ol' Peach Fuzz" beaming after whomping McCain across the country.