It will never end:
Some senior Obama supporters are irritated at how they perceive the Clintons fanned — or at a minimum failed to douse — stories that she was not even vetted as a possible vice presidential nominee. This is because she told Obama she preferred not to go through the rigorous process of document production unless she was really a serious contender, an Obama associate noted.
One senior Obama supporter said the Clinton associates negotiating on her behalf act like “Japanese soldiers in the South Pacific still fighting after the war is over.”
A prominent Obama backer said some of Clinton’s lieutentants negotiating with the Obama team are “bitter enders” who presume that, rather than the Clintons reconciling themselves to Obama’s victory, it is up to Obama to accommodate them.
In fact, some senior veterans of Clinton’s presidential campaign do believe this.
“He has not fully reconciled,” said one political operative close to the Clintons, “and he has not demonstrated that he accepts the Clintons and the Clinton wing of the party.”
While the Clintons have a relatively easy job in Denver — to deliver gracious speeches and accept what are likely to be loud cheers from their supporters — it is “Obama who has the heavy lifting” this week, this aide said.
Of course some of her aides are pissed- this was supposed to be their show. They backed the sure thing, did everything they could to back the winning horse, lost, and now they are on the outside looking in. The sad thing is, even I think right now that Hillary is pretty much doing everything she can. She is releasing her delegates, she has formed teams to keep her delegates in line and behaving, has responded to the latest silliness from the McCain campaign about the glass ceiling, and has been nothing but cheerleading for Obama publicly. A few of her former aides and former supporters are, from where I sit, the real problem.
*** Update ***
Yes, I am aware the liberal media is stoking this fire.