So because David Geffen supports Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton says Obama must apologize for Geffen's remarks.
The Clinton campaign demanded that Obama denounce comments made by the DreamWorks movie studio founder, who told New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd in Wednesday's editions that while "everybody in politics lies," the former president and his wife "do it with such ease, it's troubling."
The Clinton camp also called on Obama to give back Geffen's $2,300 contribution.
This coming from the campaign of the woman who thinks "taking responsibility" for her support of the Iraq war means bugging her eyes and being offended that anyone would challenge her rather fuzzy stance on the war.
Meanwhile, Bill Richardson just had to pipe in:
Another Democratic presidential candidate, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, said at the candidate forum that Obama should denounce Geffen's comments. "We Democrats should all sign a pledge that we all be positive," Richardson said.
Nothing like going negative to call for the positive. More circular firing squad behavior from the Democrats. How inspiring.