Wednesday, June 25, 2008

This is Rich

Bill Clinton (whom our media of all types persists in erroneously referring to as "President Clinton" or "the President" as if he is the only one we've ever had) gave an extremely short and rather tepid endorsement of Barack Obama on the day that his wife finally emerged from her, um, wherever she's been and began basking in the glow of adulation in the Senate. After losing, she goes off and sulks for a couple weeks, at the end of which time he says, "Oh I guess this Obama guy is okay."

Well it turns out, according to Marc Ambinder that Clinton is still miffed at Obama and expects the latter to come to him and ask to make up. Seems Obama criticized Clinton's presidency and slammed some of the things that Clinton has done. Here's the real treasure:
Why should Clinton embrace a guy who spent the past twelve months bashing him and his accomplishments?

Why indeed? Let's think about the Jesse Jackson comparison. Let's think about the "Give me a break" comment. Who, precisely, has been bashing who for the last twelve months?

Migod, I just found somebody with an ego bigger than Keith Olbermann's.

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