Bill Goes Off Again

Another bout of self-pity:

"She is winning the general election today and he is not, according to all the evidence," Clinton said. "And I have never seen anything like it. I have never seen a candidate treated so disrespectfully just for running. Her only position was, "Look, if I lose I'll be a good team player. We will all try to win but let's let everybody vote and count every vote.'"

Please. No one in the Obama camp has called on her to pull out if she doesn't want to. Jeez: even I haven't urged her to quit. She's just lost the race already, on the rules agreed to in advance. And notice the paranoia:

"She will win the general election if you nominate her. They're just trying to make sure you don't."

Who on earth is "they"? Here "they" are again:

"And they're trying to get her to cry uncle before the Democratic Party has to decide what to do in Florida and Michigan because they are claiming that it only takes 2029 votes on the first ballot to win, and it takes a lot more than that if you put Florida and Michigan back in."

That was the same paranoia in the Hillary RFK-assassination interview. They're acting as if it's bizarre to expect someone who has lost the pledged delegate race, has lost most states, is behind in the super-delegate count, and is mathematically unable to win without a massive wave of defections, to concede the race. It's not bizarre. The Clintons used exactly the same arguments in 1992. What's bizarre is the sense of entitlement the Clintons have; and the lengths they will go before their egos relent to reality.