Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, may still be vacationing at Oscar de la Renta’s, or wherever, but the reverberations from her erstwhile campaign continue.
In GQ, her senior adviser, the much maligned Mark Penn, gives one more interview on his post-campaign rehabilitation tour. Read it HERE.
And — recalling the Japanese soldier "holdouts" found in the islands of the Philippines years after World War II ended — a Million Woman March on Denver for the Democratic Convention in August on behalf of Clinton is being planned.
A suggested keynote speaker: the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that Debra Bartoshevich, a Clinton delegate to the Democratic National Convention, says she will vote for Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., in November.
“I’m sure people are going to be upset with me,” the 41-year-old emergency room nurse says. And how! Apparently the state Democratic Party convention unanimously passed a resolution asking the DNC not to seat Bartoshevich at the convention.
“I just feel you need to have somebody who has experience with foreign matters," says Bartoshevich.
For his part, Bill Clinton popped up in Torrance, Calif., this week to speak at the 8th grade graduation of his nephew, after which he popped in on the American Film Institute’s tribute to Warren Beatty.