So while I'm not going to raise my glass and toast her, I'm not going to gloat too much. Not right away anyhow. Almost half of the Democratic electorate will be disappointed tomorrow morning to one degree or another, and the biggest task ahead isn't piling dirt on Hillary Clinton, it's putting the party back together.
That said, this is something to keep in mind:
I met a guy who produced "Candid Camera"-like reality shows. I asked him "How do you get people to sign a waiver after you have made a fool of them?" Without getting some poor schmuck who has just been made a fool of to sign a waiver, you can't include him in the show.
"It's strange but after being in a stressful situation, which is what we put them in, one is so relieved that it is over that they strangely THANK us when we reveal that it is just a joke for a TV show and it is over. Even though we put them through the situation they are so grateful and genuinely happy that it is over that they will sign anything in the first five minutes." That was the catch, if you waited longer then five minutes they would think about it a bit more and then not sign shit.
I think that is what Hillary is trying to do on a national basis.
When she gets out she will have relieved us all of a stressful situation. Even people who have been hard on her will be kind and even thank her for ending this national nightmare for us. Even though SHE created the fucking thing.
People can have some time to breathe. As long as no one signs anything. Obama needs to resist any overtures from Clinton or pressure from others about making her VP. I want NO part of any "dream/unity" ticket. I don't want to run with her, and I don't want her as VP if we win.