Ain’t Nuthin Ta F’ Wit

April 22, 2008 at 9:40 am | Posted in Democratic Party Presidential Primary, U.S. Politics | Leave a comment
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In Michelle Cottle’s last piece on the infighting and instability within Hillary Clinton’s disastrous campaign, there was one part that made me chuckle:

Rife with big egos and competing centers of influence–veterans of Hillary’s First Lady days, relative newbies from her Senate office, Bill’s ’92 people, Bill’s ’96 people–Team Hillary has never been a comfortably cohesive group. In happier times, discipline was easier to maintain. But, as this race has grown longer and rougher, the staff’s nerves and relations have been badly strained by persistent financial troubles and constant turf wars, not to mention one increasingly unmanageable ex-president. Some days, it’s hard to remember that, just six months ago, the campaign was regarded as a highly disciplined machine. More and more, it resembles an unruly rock band plagued by dysfunction and public infighting.

I think we can do better than that. Rather than resembling an unruly rock band, I reckon they do a pretty good impersonation of the Wu Tang Clan. Also, I think they wrote a song that pretty much explains the Clinton campaigns whole ethos: Ain’t Nuthin’ Ta F’ Wit.

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