President Clinton, we feel your pain. We, too, are mad as hell over the coronation of Obama, the failure of the Party to allow this process to play out as the Constitution intended, the DNC's closed door deal awarding delegates to Obama that were either never cast by real voters or were delegates that belonged to your wife.
We know how you feel when you have to read comments like those set forth below.
Joe Klein, the author of Primary Colours, a fictionalized account of Mr Clinton's 1992 election, who has known the former president for 20 years, said he also heard that he was "very, very bitter", from people who have spoken with him.
"It's time for him to get over it or go off and do his charitable work. He knows the rules of the road. What's going on now is kind of strange. I think his behaviour is really, really shocking."
I invite you to take a look at a new Party - The Puma Party. The Just Say No Deal Party. The Party of the People who are not going to stand for the old way of getting things done. Our values are the same, but we are not voting blindly for another empty suit Democratic candidate. We've done that too many times and look where that got us.
So, Mr. President, I completely understand how you feel. However, I don't have to toe the Party line. If you think about, you don't, either.