Hillary supporters still feeling disrespected
And Jones' remarks show more than one rift needs healing
August 26, 2008
CAROL MARIN email@example.com
There was a certain serenity about Michelle Obama in the Monday morning as she and her daughters walked onto the main convention stage in Denver.
Flanked by her brother and mother, Craig and Marian Robinson, and other members of her family, she calmly looked out into the vast array of empty seats of the yet-to-be-convened Democratic National Convention and took it all in.
If this is what nervous is supposed to look like, we should all be so nervous on the verge of the biggest public moment in our lives.