According to Stephen Suh, the Obama campaign’s statement that the Clinton presidency was bad, electorally speaking, for Congressional Democrats means that he “ran away from being a Democrat”, just like, um, Al Gore. This is because, Suh explains, being a Democrat is synonymous with not just liking the Clintons, but believing them above reproach or criticism, and Gore, by choosing Joe Lieberman, and Obama, by having the sheer chutzpah to criticize the central argument (“heh, the ’90s were good!”) of the candidate he’s running against, are thus not real Democrats. Somehow this is also Bob Shrum’s fault. If you think I’m making any of this up, just read the post. He says all that. It’s the most crazily incoherent thing I’ve read in weeks.