I watched a few clips of Bill Clinton speaking at a rally in Florida yesterday, and he was on fire. It was an extremely well delivered and informative speech, and he did what nobody else has done so far and explained the bailout in terms that even Joe Sixpack could understand. Earlier this year, during the primaries, there was sort of a consensus that Clinton was a problem -- a loose cannon who embarrassed Hillary on a frequent basis, a bad 90's flashback who by association made her look like an echo of the past. Now that all the focus has shifted to the economy, it looked like people were suddenly pretty damn interested in what he had to say. Do you think that he's becoming a valuable asset to the Obama campaign again, as a symbol of the glory days when the economy was strong, or is he still better off in a museum?