C'mon, woman, keep it together.
When she sobers up, she'll find out one of her persons of hench is trying to help pull a fast one.
Harold Ickes, a top adviser to Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign who voted for Democratic Party rules that stripped Michigan and Florida of their delegates, now is arguing against the very penalty he helped pass.Yup, it was all very convenient to strongarm Florida and Michigan when you though it was an easy coronation.
In a conference call Saturday, the longtime Democratic Party member contended the DNC should reconsider its tough sanctions on the two states, which held early contests in violation of party rules. He said millions of voters in Michigan and Florida would be otherwise disenfranchised — before acknowledging moments later that he had favored the sanctions.
Now they want to change the rules.
I don't think so.
Update: Ugh, don't tell me she's crying again. Via Hot Air.