Clinton aide urges seating delegates

I think that the title speaks for itself, but I’ll leave that to the reader to decide. In the article, Harold Ickes is quoted as claiming that the change in opinion arises from his wearing two hats, so to speak. Perhaps he says this sincerely, but I can’t help wondering if he’d not have kept on the first hat had voting in Florida and Michigan led to different results.

Interesting to see, also, that Senator Clinton accused her colleague from Illinois of violating the pledge made by candidates. Though this, of course, reflects little more than the typically puerile discourse of Presidential politics, one can’t help feeling slightly optimistic that this campaign may tear asunder both major parties.

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