The angels wept

OK -- democratic primaries are not going well for the second round of the Clinton regime, as evidenced by three things:

[1] Hillary lost Wisconsin. Obama can have Hawaii -- Wisconsin is bread-and-butter Democratic sustenance.

[2] Hillary can't figure out if he's proud of her own daughter's employment or not. She has completely come unglued from traditional feminism in this, and I think it speaks to her state of rest and state of mind.

[3] Hillary can't figure out with whom she ought to be at war. Check this out:
"Both Senator Obama and I would make history," the New York senator said. "But only one of us is ready on day one to be commander in chief, ready to manage our economy, and ready to defeat the Republicans. Only one of us has spent 35 years being a doer, a fighter and a champion for those who need a voice."
Defeat the Republicans? Are they the enemy? Or are they the opposition party with whom one must deal with to get anything done while in office?

See: I'm all for robust rhetoric. I am in fact a practitioner of such a thing. What I am not in favor of is loose talk and stupid errors. For that gaff alone, Hillary ought to lose. That gaff on top of here lifetime history as a divider and a self-server tells me she needs to get out of politics and go teach at Wellesley or Yale or something.