Will Bill Back Barack?

So, we heard Hilary Clinton's endorsement of Barack Obama last night. Tonight, however, it's her husband President Bill Clinton's turn to take to the stage at the Democratic National Convention; and the Obama camp is likely shaking with anticipation.

President Clinton has was consistently accused of overstepping the line when attacking Obama during the primaries and is widely believed to still be pouting over Hilary's loss even now.

Speaking at a PUMA (People United Means Action, a political action committee) appearance he asked, "[what if] you have two candidates, candidate X and candidate Y, candidate X agrees with you on everything but you don't think that person can deliver on anything, candidate Y disagrees with you on half the issues, but you believe that on the other half the candidate will be able to deliver."

The question then is, what will Bill say when he reaches the podium. Barack Obama's VP nominee Joe Biden is the other principle speaker at the third night at the DNC.

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