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On Sounding Smart
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While Tabin, Antle or Klein could probably (definitely) all provide more cogent analysis, I think Hillary’s short break-out session speech struck the right note. She acknowledged several times the the netroots disagreements with her in a funny, self-effacing way (i.e. “I appreciate what you are doing. Well, not everything you’re doing”), but always using it as a launching point to praise her audience. She also had a pretty good summation line of the need for the left to talk to people who disagree with them: “If we just talk to ourselves we sound very smart,” and said it was necessary to reach out to “people who have never read a blog.” Hmmm, you think?

Well, who doesn’t like sounding smart?

Now the leadeship forum. All the candidates besides Biden are here, I believe. Obama got the biggest introduction applause by far. Now they’re singing a rousing version of happy birthday to Obama…

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