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August 26, 2008

A very emotional, well-spoken Hillary Clinton delegate spoke at length on CNN. The Hillary speech was "presidential" she said and she sure isn't sold on Barack...

...it was, in fact, an extremely well-crafted and well-considered speech, sophisticated and layered as a piece of rhetoric, that built to a powerful (if over-the-top)...

On MSNBC and CNN, commentators are all but weeping over the glory of this speech. David Gergen: "I thought she was a class act. It...

The idea? Hillary is a great feminist figure. That was the point. The culmination of the speech was about the achievement of women. The other idea: Barack...

Was there a single idea in Hillary's speech? While she had a few good moments stirring up the partisan rabble, the first half seemed...

Who was being endorsed in Hillary's speech -- Barack Obama or Harriet Tubman?...

That's Bill Kristol's summation--and I think he's right. There was nothing personal here. Perfunctory and that was all....

I'm back from the dogs and Harriet Tubman, back from the pantsuit sisterhood and back from the primary rerun. She can't be criticized for withholding...

She's into that school marm cadence and finger pointing mode--didn't work in the primaries, didn't work tonight....

A paragraph of criticism of John McCain and a jab at the "twins" George W. Bush and John McCain. But enough of that -- on...

This is the umpteenth time I've heard the "equal pay for equal work" line at this convention--and from a Yale-educated lawyer this time.  I guess...