I don't know about you, but I'm not sure I need to hear the talking points on the differences between the Clinton and Obama health care plans a twenty-first time.
If the twentieth debate proved anything, it's that the primary season is way too long. For all the energy and enthusiasm generated by this campaign, seeing the two remaining candidates peck each other to death could drain the fun enough to set up John McCain nicely.
Hillary, by sounding so negative, risks dragging Obama down with her. What a turnoff to watch her attack him, glare at him, try mockery and sarcasm, and then drag us through yet another round of the same old arguments.
Her delivery is so poor that she turned some prepared lines about a Saturday Night Live skit into a seethingly humorless dart that brought boos from the audience.
Remember the Gore-Bradley debates? Minutiae and spin on the candidates' only partially formed health care plans add up to a lot of glazed eyeballs.
Spare us the ill will! The Democrats really don't want to go out of the primary season on a low note.