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Earlier this week, as Gov. Bill Richardson grumbled about the train wreck of his universal health care legislation, the media asked if he was going to endorse a presidential candidate. The Democratic caucuses are coming up on Tuesday, and readers will recall that Richardson dropped out of the Democratic race for President on Jan. 10. Since then, he has returned to New Mexico and grown a beard.“I may endorse before Feb. 5 and I may not,” he said, adding vaguely, “They all have good qualities.”Digging deeper for an explanation, he said, “Endorsements by other politicians don’t mean much,” and then, “Don’t be guided by me.”Ah, come on, Bill, think what we’re missing. You know Hillary from the old days. Recently, you saw her and Barack up close at all those debates. You know what they’re really talking about, what kind of people they are off-camera. What is it, then? Don’t you trust your own instincts?
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