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The cynic in me has been expecting Hillary Clinton to pull an about-face on her support for Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention this week. I know it probably won't happen, but I'll still be on guard. Most likely, all will go as planned, and the fever dreams of the PUMAs will not come to pass.
Historically, when things are going poorly in the country, and when a party has an epically unpopular President, the other side wins handily. But in this case, we're talking about a Machiavellian, entrenched Republican Party, versus a "let's play nice" Democratic Party that is known for snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. So a big, attention-grabbing attempted coup at the convention makes me nervous. I guess it will make watching the convention a little more interesting if I'm jumpy.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, hoping to unite the Democratic Party and cement her future in it, will gather her hard-won primary delegates Wednesday at a reception where she is expected to formally release them to Barack Obama. . .
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