While I find David Kurtz as annoying as any other reporter, with his constant blather, he at least captures, from the floor of the convention, the moment that should be remembered for the rest of the campaign - Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton moved that roll-call voting be suspended and Obama be nominated by acclamation. It was seconded, moved, and done. Here's the video:
I am quite sure the Hillary-haters - Chris Matthews, Keith Olbermann, Maureen Dowd - will be convinced that, coupled with her husband's speech tonight, this was an attempt to steal the spotlight from Sen. Obama, to plan their campaign for 2012, etc., etc. That kind of stuff, while annoying can be ignored. This was graciousness and elegance, and magnanimity on display.
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