No assessment of Bill Clinton's speech would be complete without at least a mention of the puckered, ill-tempered, fanatically petty ravings of Jennifer Rubin, the Washington Post's "special" child of awesomely shallow opinionation.
Amid near-universal acclaim from both partisan sides, Ms. Rubin does concede that Clinton's address was less "atrocious" than all the others; otherwise it was "yawn"-inducing, "credulity"-straining, "unserious," "a reminder of Obama’s weaknesses," "disingenuous," "incoherent," full of "half-truths and downright goofy arguments," and, Jennifer is sorry to say, "race-card" playing.
Oh, and Clinton was this, too: hyper-partisan.
And that's why I love reading Jennifer. She's so bad, she's irresistible.