David Medina, a member of HRC’s board of directors and former national political director for John Edwards, bit back at Andrew Sullivan, Michael Petrelis and others who accuse HRC of being slanted toward Hillary Clinton during the primary race. In addition to justifying the myriad positions of HRC leaders, Medina offers this rebuttal to Sullivan’s accusations of inaction: “…The communications team of HRC is not in DC in their regular offices, but in California helping manage the surge of media around the historic marriages that will begin taking place this afternoon. That kind of work, along with keeping an eye toward the elections in the fall, is where their energy – and the rest of ours – should be right now, not in this kind of community infighting.” [Towleroad]