Inside and out, the good people of Code Pink, dogged the candidate with their message Stop Funding the War!
Medea Benjamin made sure the protesters' message got to the media.
The senator's day had not begun well. The local paper headlined on the front page: "Message to donors: don't play the field." The article was positively catty.
Not perhaps quite what Candidate Hillary wanted on arrival in San Francisco.
Watching all this, what interested me were the folks who attended Hillary's luncheon, running a very polite gauntlet of the Code Pink women.
Our fat cats think of themselves as "liberals" I am sure. That means Democrats, I think.
Maybe they are.
Though I don't think by and large they'd be taken for you and me.
Some took interacting with the antiwar group better than others.
Some seemed bent on ignoring any intrusion from the hoi polloi.
Oddly, Clinton's somewhat ambiguous stance on the Iraq war got a boost from the other side of the fence today. Gov. Arnold apparently offered
Since Schwarzenegger promised in the same interview that he'd endorse whoever the Republican nominee is, so I'm not sure he was trying to help Clinton.
Best sighting of the day on one of the CodePink women, and just about wrapping it all up I think: