You're over analyzing my post. Insight Mag. reported a false story...plain and simple and no one is suggesting otherwise. Why all the wasted energy discrediting someting that no one is giving credit to?
CNN has reported that HC's camp is responsible for providing IM with the info. Either way, Hillary and her people have been going after Obama for weeks and this was just a different tactic. Is it really that hard to believe?
Your original post came off to me as being more of a defense
of Fox Noise and John Gibson than it did as a critical comment about the behavior of Hillary Clinton's camp.
NOR did you post a viable link to the alleged Clinton story. I'm still waiting for that. You admit that Inside Mag
reported a false story and, by association, you would have to admit that Fox Noise was also reporting more of the same, which we all realize that they do all the time. Most of the msm are like that. That's why we try to find other sources for our news. If you're interested in how Faux News lies and distorts the truth, go to http://www.newshounds.us/bush_administration_lies/
When it comes to extensive analysis, you as a newbie will have to accept that we do it here all the time, especially regarding links to sources that are owned by such charlatans as the Rev. Moon, and even more especially when they are (or seem to be) used to defend wingers like John Gibson and Fox Noise.
BUT, I apologize to you
if my response to you went over the top.
Regarding the Clinton-Obama story, with so many people in the running for the Democratic nomination for president, I'm fully expecting lots of clawing and scratching among those candidates as the primaries approach, Hillary and Obama among them. If they're not actually doing it now, they soon will be. I remember how Bush the First scorned Ronald Reagan, calling his economic ideas "Voodoo Economics." Yet, at the end, who did Reagan choose as his running mate? Look at how Bush the Second maligned John McCain. Yet, McCain supports Bush on most of the unconstitutional things he's done during his 6+ years as president. It's just politics....unfortunately, and rooster is correct in his post. That's another reason for the analysis...my bet is that if either Clinton or Obama gets the Democratic nomination, one will be the other's running mate, or at least find a place in his or her Cabinet.