Moving On

First Draft

I had planned to post this with a few tweaks after the results came in tonight, but Ms. Athenae gave me a hall pass on her day. There may still be a few lingering, temporary anachronisms. So it goes:

It’s unclear exactly what’s going to happen when the primary season is over. One thing I’m sure of is that the inevitable happened: Hillary Rodham Clinton has made history by becoming the first woman to be the nominee of a major party in our history. The nit-pickers among you will note that there’s still a primary in DC and that she’s the presumptive nominee until the convention. Those nits are technically correct but Democratic conventions haven’t mattered for years. The last one that did was 1980, and it was a disaster that led to a Reagan victory. I supported Kennedy for the nomination, but wasn’t happy with how he comported himself after…

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