Mrs. Clinton, who isn’t exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, tells her former employee and  television journalwhorist, George Stephanopoulos that the one has somehow passed the “Three AM”‘  test, from Jill Lawerence, Politics Daily:

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Sunday morning gave her version of how she came to work for the man who bested her in last year’s bitter primary battle, and what she thinks of him now. She comes out looking great, natch, and so does he.

Clinton chose to make her first Sunday show appearance since the campaign — and since becoming President Obama’s secretary of state — with her husband’s former White House aide, George Stephanopoulos, on ABC’s “This Week.”

You won’t be surprised to hear what has happened to Clinton’s onetime doubts about Obama’s ability to protect the nation, famously aired in her primary-season TV ad saying it’s “a dangerous world” and asking voters whom they want to answer that 3 a.m. phone call at the White House. The doubts are “absolutely” all gone, she said

Meanwhile outside the delusional walls of Obamaland in the real world the Norks have convicted two Americans of spying, from Blaine Harden, Washington Post:

TOKYO, June 8 — A North Korean court sentenced two U.S. journalists to 12 years in a labor camp Monday, as the government of Kim Jong Il continued to ratchet up tension with the United States and its neighbors.

Laura Ling and Euna Lee, television reporters detained in March along North Korea’s border with China, received harsher sentences than many outsiders had expected. But several experts in South Korea predicted that talks will begin soon to negotiate their release.

Mrs. Clinton wasn’t able so specify exactly what this supposed Thee AM test was.   Stephanopoulos, being the good stooge that his is, didn’t bother to ask the follow-up question and Ms Lang and Lee were not available for comment.   Sleep tight, Team Obana is on the job,, somewhere.

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