Saturday, April 26, 2008

He's Back

And that familiar finger, too. Awgawd.

[Go to the article]Billification: The former president, here in Carlisle, Pa., has been pushing his staff to arrange more appearances for him on the stump.

His role has come at a cost -- to morale among some campaign staff, relations inside the Democratic Party and with African-American leaders, and in the view of some, his own legacy. He has lost considerable credibility with many party leaders, who, as "superdelegates" to the party convention, will be crucial in determining who is the Democratic presidential nominee.

One can only hope the cost is high.

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