says The Politico, not that anyone would be surprised about that, especially with Obama supporters saying things like:
One senior Obama supporter said the Clinton associates negotiating on her behalf act like “Japanese soldiers in the South Pacific still fighting after the war is over.”
Bill is not happy that he was asked to speak about national security Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention and not about the economy, probably because it reminds him, try as he may to avoid thinking of it, of his self-admitted failure on that issue.
The WSJ headline is an example of understatement: Tensions Linger as Some Clinton Supporters Are Left Frustrated
And after coctails, dinner:
Identity politics — it’s what’s for dinner in Denver.
And now, to top things off,
Clinton Advisers Skipping Obama Speech.