Of course, this is the same Clinton that went on “Meet the Press” and accused the Obama campaign of, among other things, distorting her Martin Luther King Jr. comments and agitating racial tension. In another dust-up, Black Entertainment Television founder Bob Johnson, while stumping for Clinton, made a thinly veiled reference to Obama’s admitted drug use.
The two had angrily accused the other of nasty politics over a Hollywood donor, David Geffen, who once backed Hillary Rodham Clinton's husband but now backs Obama.
Clinton and Obama had clashed over NAFTA, health care and the war in a debate.
They swapped some of the most negative attacks of the campaign two days before the Pennsylvania primary, each unleashing television ads that accused the other of maintaining ties to special interests they both claim to reject.
So the question begs: Do people buy it? Do people believe that these two individuals who showed such disdain for each other are now working together for the betterment of the country? More importantly, would the public buy into an Obama/Clinton Democratic ticket?
The old saying, "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" comes to mind here. They may dislike each other, but they hate Bush and McCain more. I'm not sure that's what's best for the country, but it certainly seems to be the direction we're headed.