A couple of days ago, Peggy Noonan wondered if Hillary Clinton can lose with grace. Not looking good. From CNN's Political Ticker: "Clinton: still no congratulations for Obama"
The courtesy of conceding a primary or caucus loss - and then congratulating your opponent - is by no means required. But it has become standard practice during campaign season.Instant karma's gonna get ya.
Clinton congratulated Obama and John Edwards after their first and second place finishes in the Iowa caucuses. Obama returned the favor in New Hampshire, saying Clinton "did an outstanding job." That courtesy continued through the early states.
But as the race has shifted to a delegate chase with dozens of states in play around the country, the notion of congratulating one's opponent seems, for Clinton, to have fallen by the wayside.
Zzzzz... hmmph? Peggy Noonan? You're joking. You woke me up for an unsolicited etiquette lesson from THAT sweet schoolmarm with a scorpion tongue?
Ah, but the topic isn't Noonan, it's losing with poor grace. Tsk, and tsk again. Let us know when Hillary drops out because she fears that her staying in will help a Republican win, thus ensuring another gigantic terrorist attack inside America.
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