Michael Kinsley has some advice for the diehard supporters of Hillary Clinton who remain remarkably disgruntled–and may never be re-gruntled–after her defeat in the primaries:
But true, professional unscrupulousness–the kind of do-anything-to-win pragmatism that Democrats envy in Republicans–requires more than just working yourself up into a lather of dislike. Sometimes, in fact, it requires the opposite: putting aside your dislike, your disappointments, your anger, your feelings of betrayal. In the case of Hillary Clinton’s erstwhile supporters, all of these feelings seem overwrought to me. But there is no point in arguing about this, or at least not now. Now is the time to just get over it.
You don’t have to fall in love, you just have to fall in line.
Update: Oh, Now She Sees Bias!