Just wanted to add a few lines to the discussion.
Specifically, I mean the discussion in this comment thread. It looks as though at a recent campaign event for Senator Clinton some Obama supporters were chanting "Hillary go home" or some such.
First off, let me say that the Obama supporters were completely within their Constitutional rights as the right to express one's ideas publicly (especially one's political ideas) is one of the founding pillars of this democracy. I realize that each side wants to make sure the best candidate wins the nomination (and of course each side thinks that its candidate is the best candidate) and is fighting to make sure that happens.
But here's something to think about (and I remember something similar from my time with the local Dean supporters 4 years ago): No matter who wins the nomination, after the nomination is decided, when we'll have to work together, try to imagine campaigning with someone you were screaming at (or someone who was screaming at you) in February or March or April. Now think again about screaming at a fellow Democrat.
The goal is to make sure the next President of the United States isn't John McCain, right?
Well, isn't it?
I will try, in my own postings here, to keep this in mind. And to the extent that I am guilty of it, I apologise to all the Clinton-supporters who read this blog.