America is in deeper trouble than I have thought if Hillary Clinton's case for remaining in the Democratic primary race rests on her assessment of her opponent's shortcomings. The junior senator from New York told USA Today (actually the day before yesterday): "Senator Obama's support among working, hard working Americans, white Americans is weakening again."
Take it from this very hard working, very white American that a lot of us are sick of these tactics. Bush at least pretended to be a "uniter, not a divider." When the Clintons act this way, there's no pretense, but the damage is comparable.
Americans overwhelmingly want the country to change direction. They want to see it strong and prosperous again. The special interests and their failed model of economic and financial globalization stand in the way. How can Democrats possibly expect to pull off major changes in the face of such opposition by dividing the country further?