Madeline Albright once was quoted saying, "There is special place in hell for women that don't support other women." So knock it off. Get off the Hillary bashing. Get on with the Barry O team building.
The U.K. Telegraph reports that Obama staffers are in discussions on when to pay off Clinton's campaign debt and are serious about offering her a place in the administration, perhaps as health secretary.
Obama's politics of change is just a more subtle version of the same. He said the debate was all about "gotcha games" and "slash-and-burn politics." Then he said Clinton "looked in her element" on stage there.
Many people have become sensitized -- even hypersensitized -- to issues of racism in this campaign, and words and attitudes are being examined and questioned. But sexism seems to go largely unnoticed or, if it is noticed, is dismissed as irrelevant.
This doesn't go down very well with a lot of voters, especially with the working class and underpaid professional women who make up many of Senator Clinton's supporters -- women who may have been passed over for jobs in the past and who work for 80 cents of a man's dollar.