My personal favorite parts:
1. Sen. Hillary Clinton on Wednesday said it was "un-American" to not count the votes in Florida and Michigan...
Oh boy, invoking patriotism to support your position? Sooweey, I'm on your side now! As long as felons are barred from participating in general elections, I don't think it's "un-American" for a private group to not count the votes of certain people based on the by-laws of their organization.
2. "Sen. Obama speaks passionately on the trail about empowering American people. Today I am urging him to match those words with actions to make sure people of Michigan and Florida have a voice and a vote in this election,"
Twisting your opponent's words, altering the context, and then using them to support your own position? Great strategy. Again, the rules were the rules and it's not as if Michigan and Florida citizens have been stripped of their right to vote. They could have voted in the Republican primary, and let us not forget there is a little thing called the "general election" coming up in November, pretty sure they'll be permitted to have a voice in that contest.
3. The Clinton camp also pointed out that Obama agreed to comply with DNC rules, which prohibit cross-over voting
Oh the irony! First, the counter is silly because whether Obama's camp encouraged Michigan Dems to vote "uncommitted" is moot. The fact remains that no doubt some Michigan Dems did vote in the Republican primary under the assumption that their own party's primary would not count. Second, and more amusing to me, I think it's great that Clinton is citing the DNC rules against Obama when a violation of the DNC rules is what started this entire debacle in the first place.
That is all.