I'm so disappointed with Bill Clinton these days. I was never a big fan - I never voted for him - but have thought his legacy was a decent one, especially compared to the man who followed him. But he's destroying it, with his race-baiting, unethical tactics against Obama. Him dismissing yesterday's Obama victory by saying, "Well, Jesse Jackson won South Carolina twice" was so disappointing and - yes - racist that it turns my stomach. The Clintons are relying on racial polarization to win, and I really, really hope that it fails, because it says so much about America if it does fail. There's no difference between what they're doing and what Karl Rove and George W. Bush did with wedge issues like gay marriage back in 2004.
I wonder how Feb. 5 will play out now that Obama handed the Clintons this ass-whooping down in SC. Obama's speeches continue to be amazing testaments to the power of people coming together and, yes, of hope:
NL Notes: Amarista, Nationals, Morse, Krol - Here are a few National League notes as we head into the weekend: Padres utilityman Alexi Amarista has switched his representation to Martin Arburua, tweets ...
2 hours ago