The news out of the Democratic Party is that Hillary Clinton's name will be formally placed into nomination at the Democratic Convention in two weeks. Yes, you read that correctly.
Clinton advisers informed the Obama team that many of Clinton's staunchest supporters [he's referring to lunatics like these] felt strongly that something had to be done, and that Clinton had concluded that, in part for the sake of unity, their wishes ought to be respected. They heard back immediately: the Obama campaign had always been open to having her name placed in nomination alongside his.
If Clinton's name is formally offered up, she could be afforded the normal complement of nominating and seconding speeches, and the official role call of votes will include participation from her delegates. (In theory, if enough Obama delegates change their minds, then Clinton could win the nomination. In practice, there's no chance that will happen.)
Oh yeah? Remember, we're dealing with the Clintons here. The do-anything-to-win Clintons. I wouldn't be surprised if two plane-loads of Obama delegates mysteriously crash on their way to Denver and Hillary ends up the nominee.
I am so sick of the Clintons and their insatiable egos AND so sick of the whiny losers who are still stuck on Hillary's failed venture.
What's wrong with all this is that it takes the focus off of Obama during the convention and puts it where it should not be -- on Clinton and on the divisive supporters who refuse to accept her defeat.
Speaking of those lunatics: