Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Enough already.

The Washington Post has gotten it right. In his article portraying a Portrait of an ex-candidate, Dana Milbank combines an account of the Clinton Campaign with select scenes from Monty Python, to humorous and sharp effect. ". . . she is trailing Obama in the popular vote, states won, pledged delegates and, now, superdelegates." When thinking of Hillary, I can't help but hear the voice of Ivy, my favorite character to play in Soul Caliber II: "Give up already." I mean really, how is it that anyone expects a political party to nominate someone who claims to be the voice of uneducated whites? I can just see the campaign contributions rolling in now from the White Trash United coalition. Give me a break. The worst of this is that if she had stepped down quietly, last week, last month, she could have retained enough credibility to have staged another go at the oval office. As it stands now, her persistence only proves her detractors right: Hillary is out of touch with reality.