Before I begin in earnest, I do want to point out that my prediction in my first post in this series, about Hillary Clinton’s strategy for the Wednesday night rollcall (interrupting the vote to move the nomination be declared unanimous by acclamation), proved to be 100% accurate. Forgive the self-advertisement, but having so spectacularly failed to anticipate the quality of her Tuesday night speech, I’m aware my bona fides need a little burnishing, and if I don’t do the burnishing, who will?
Up through yesterday afternoon, the general consensus was that this convention was mediocre or worse. The Clintons, it was…
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