“Whether he was publicly comparing Barack Obama’s primary victory in South Carolina to Jesse Jackson’s campaigns in the eighties or privately, and apoplectically, complaining that Bill Richardson broke his word by endorsing Obama, every story has seemed to reinforce an image of [Bill] Clinton as a sort of ill-tempered coot driven a little mad by Obama’s success. ‘I think this campaign has enraged him,’ the adviser told me. ‘He doesn’t like Obama.’” [New Yorker]