I go by the nickname "C-C-G," which stands for Christian Conservative Geek, partly because it describes me so well, partly because my first name is too darned common, and partly because I don't know how my day-job bosses would take my activities online, and really don't wanna find out, if ya know what I mean.
I granted Revbeaux contributor privileges on my blog a while back, and he's graciously reciprocated (thanks, brother!), so here I am, making my first contribution:
Once again, Hillary is making the claim that rules don't apply to her:
Uh, excuse me, Hillary, if you're campaigning for the nomination of a given party, don't the party's rules kind of apply to you?
In a bit of political theater, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Florida Democratic Party clamored to restore convention delegates that had been stripped by the national party.
At stake: 185 delegates in a state where Clinton leads almost 2-to-1.
The presidential candidate said Friday — just four days before Florida's primary — that she wants the convention delegates from Florida and Michigan reinstated. The national party eliminated all the delegates from those states — more than 350 in all — because they broke party rules against holding their primaries before Feb. 5. All the major Democratic candidates also made pledges not to campaign in those states before their primaries.
What's interesting here, tho, is that a couple of left-leaning commentators are taking issue with Hillary's stand, here and here.
Congratulations, guys, you're finally figuring out what the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy has known about the Clintons for over a decade.
(cross-posted at my original blog, CCG)