Some Comic Relief And A Real Problem
Provided by Frank Rich:
What Obama also should have learned by now is that the press is not his friend.
Of course, Rich is so for Obama, that he hurts him like this:
So while Obama can continue to try to reassure resistant Clinton loyalists in Appalachia that he’s not a bogeyman from Madrassaland . . .
Relatedly, Todd Beeton provides an interesting anecdote from Denver:
On my shuttle to the hotel, I encountered a storm of another kind: an Obama delegate from Illinois and a Clinton delegate from Massachusetts. When she said she was a Hillary delegate, the Obama delegate said facetiously: "Oh they're letting you in here, are they?" She retorted (in a friendly but stern way): "That's what's wrong with Obama folks. You're not reaching out to the Hillary people." It was the second time in as many days that I'd heard the same complaint from a Hillary supporter.
It is this arrogance that could sink Obama's campaign. Obama's supporters I find are his worst enemies now.
By Big Tent Democrat, speaking for me only
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