I realize that Hillary's concession has only just happened, but I really hope that her nuttier contingent will calm down and start to think about things rationally. Some of the stuff that is being said out there is straight out of cuckooland: So once again, it's the media's fault. Shooting the messenger is nothing new -- although shooting the superdelegates and the Rules Committee may be -- but it's amazing to me that these people are putting their anger everywhere except where it belongs: on their candidate. I already had my doubts about Hillary when she failed to withdraw from the Michigan election. At that point I thought she was "merely" deceitful. But Hillary lost me for good when she stood on the stage with Barack Obama at a debate and said how proud and thrilled she was to be in the same race with him, and the very next morning screamed, "Shame on you, Barack Obama!" to the television cameras. That was the first time I began to infer that the woman was bipolar or had something else wrong with her. And then of course she went on that straw-grasping jag about the popular vote and how she does better with white folks. It just kept going downhill, and while Obama kept his cool and looked presidential, she did the opposite. So while the media can and do deserve their fair share of criticism, this isn't one of those times. The other thing that angers me is this sense of entitlement -- that because a woman deserves to be president, this woman deserves to be president. I've never voted for a candidate strictly because of his or her gender. Why should I start now? Sexism my ass. It's not sexism that did Hillary in, it's a combination of a charismatic challenger plus her own behavior. I've voted for a fair number of women candidates in my time, most recently Rep. Betty Sutton for Congress, but at this point I can't see myself voting for Hillary for anything anymore. I think the campaign brought out her true colors, and they're really garish.