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"Is that enough rope, do you think, Ms. Warren?"

That DNC agenda is shaping up... interestingly:

Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren announced late Monday that she is slated to open for former President Bill Clinton at this summer's Democratic National Convention.

"It will be an honor to share the convention stage with President Clinton on Wednesday, and to talk about what is happening to America's families," Warren said in a statement released by the Democratic National Convention Committee.

Oh, it will be an honor, all right -- like Spinal Tap opening for Led Zeppelin. You might be wondering just what the heck a near-laughingstock like Warren brings to the stage, and the answer is: Very little.

Putting Warren up there isn't about introducing Clinton or helping to reelect President Obama. It's about giving Warren enough exposure to help her win back "Ted Kennedy's seat." And the Democrats are desperate enough to risk it.