Let’s just make it official.

Hillary Clinton is the real life political version of Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know” from her Jagged Little Pill album.

Now I don’t know about you, but in my opinion, to which I believe everyone is entitled too, Clinton hasn’t done much in the way of supporting Barack Obama and her “bringing her Party together” since failing to get the Democratic nomination for President.

Well get your guards back up because as Elton John once sang, “The Bitch Is Back.”

Believe it or not, and I didn’t want to believe it, Clinton’s name will be placed into nomination at the Democratic National Convention later this month.

What the f%^& for?

She wants a roll call vote at the convention as a way to acknowledge run her as being the first female candidate to come close to winning her party’s nomination for the presidency.

Blah, blah, blah.

My girl Brandy made it clear, almost doesn’t count.

I mean really—she already made the history books, is this really necessary?

I think not.

Much like some of the business that takes place on Capitol Hill in the form of “non-binding resolutions”—those things that we tend to get all excited over, but forget that they cannot be made into law, this symbolic gesture is just another effort to rile up her supporters, cause more drama at the convention, and to remind people that it should have been her.

Spare me.

This is Obama’s time, not hers.

Just another classic example of “privilege” brought you by yours truly.