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Still After the Holy Grail

MAYSVILLE, Ky. Black Knight: "I move for no man." King Arthur: "So be it." (Chops off knight's left arm). Black Knight: " 'Tis but a scratch."

It's Day 13 of the Clinton Campaign Death Watch, nearly two weeks since Tim Russert declared Barack Obama the Democratic winner.

When last we caught up with our heroine, Hillary Clinton's plight was compared to the Monty Python routine in which a pet-shop owner insists that a dead parrot is still alive. Clinton loyalists disputed the comparison, while some scholars searched the literature and proposed a different Pythonian model: the Black Knight, who valiantly defends his bridge after losing all four of his limbs

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-- Dana Milbank

By Dana Milbank  | May 20, 2008; 8:13 AM ET
 
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