Hillary's been attacked left, right and center throughout this campaign. The media has effectively been an agent of the Obama campaign, barring a few objective souls who have the common sense of assessing each candidate on the basis of their ideas and proposals.
Hillary was mentioning the first question issue during an MSNBC debate. MSNBC has been a blot on the face of the media, with pathetic, and cheap anti-Hillary coverage. KO is the latest example.
But HRC's got a spine of steel.
So Obama had one debate where had to face some tough questions, and he starts whining. He's afraid of facing HRC in a debate again.
Obama seems to be saying ' I wont go into the kitchen, I know I can't stand the heat' :P
Legitimally winning according to the democratic process?
I thought discounting 2.5 million votes was not something that can be described as 'a democratic process'.
This is race is very close. The popular vote will have Clinton ahead if you count FL and MI. I find no reason for Pelosi to say premature things like 'oh that ticket is not possible, Oh this ticket is not perfect'.
I mean, she is contradicting herself - saying stupid things even before the process is complete, she is trying to skew the will of the voters even before all the voters have voted. She has no right to take sides at the moment. If she wants to, she can step down as the Chair and announce her support to Obama.
I'd like to know what Pelosi is doing with respect to the FL and MI dispute. That is a bigger headache.
John Murtha is not the chair of the Democratic convention. He does not have to be neutral.
If it boils down to finding a replacement to the post of Speaker, then I can imagine no one better than Murtha. He has taken on Bush in ways better than Pelosi.
I'm also certain that were Murtha the convention chair right now, he would not have uttered and spluttered things like Pelosi has. He would probably not have undermined the responsibility of being the convention chair.