Desperation sets in... again.

Fight still on, Clinton asserts in Florida
As Obama trekked through central Florida, Clinton was 200 miles to the south, at the epicenter of the bitter recount battle that ended the 2000 election, summoning memories of the Bush vs. Gore Supreme Court decision as she argued for full representation for delegate slates from Florida and Michigan at August's Democratic convention in Denver.

Florida voters "learned the hard way what happens when your votes aren't counted and the candidate with fewer votes is declared the winner," she told a crowd in Boca Raton in Palm Beach County, a key site in the recount fight between Al Gore and George W. Bush that ended with a Supreme Court decision halting the recount.

"The lesson of 2000 here in Florida is crystal-clear: If any votes aren't counted, the will of the people isn't realized and our democracy is diminished," Clinton said.
Uh-huh. Right. So Florida's situation now, where they voted despite knowing that the rules said it wouldn't matter and Clinton only cares because they mostly voted for her, is the same as the Right stealing Florida's cast-by-the-rules votes. Exactly the same.

Somebody's desperate, I see.