The Byzantine relations between President Obama and former President Bill Clinton could fill several psychology textbooks, providing juicy examples of passive aggression, older man/younger man competition, complex alliances (Hillary as secretary of state is the perfect embodiment of the maxim to "keep your friends close but your enemies closer"), and mutual interests.
California delegates to the Democratic National Convention set the tone early Monday morning.
The Republican convention has ended, and it was a rousing success. We know this because of the amount of venom spewed on MSNBC. On the Chris Matthews Flying-Spittle Meter, it rated at least an 11 out of 10.
"It's interesting to listen to the Democrats talk about how wonderful things are right now..."
Michelle Malkin weighs in on the irony behind Barack Obama's Democratic presidential nomination acceptance.
Well, isn't this rich? And I do mean rich. President Obama, man of the people, will deliver his presidential nomination acceptance speech at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
"We've begun to get things turned around."
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