In the wake of ten straight losses, Clinton's going to need some miracles to win, and Mike Huckabee's already ahead of her in line for divine intervention. But the question is how much damage she'll do to Obama and the Democratic chances before she quits.Howie P.S.: My only difference of opinion is that the "latte-drinking, Prius-driving, Birkenstock-wearing, trust fund babies" comment was so over the top, I think it undermined Mr. Buffenbarger's "thesis," if you can say he had one. Of course, the wingnuts will probably try to recycle (plagiarize?) it. Final question: why did he leave out the sushi? Regarding the superdelegates, this morning's AP story, "Superdelegates Are Flocking to Obama," may signal a trend.
That's also true of prominent individuals, like Edwards. In fact, I originally supported him, and gave him more money than I ever had to any previous candidate. But it's now well overdue for him to encourage his supporters to back the legitimate inheritor of his quest for change. Maybe Clinton will still make an improbable comeback, but the longer she keeps campaigning, the more attacks and divisiveness we'll see. The more party leaders speak out to prevent this from happening, the less risk that she'll create lasting damage in her desperation to hold onto a prize that's now almost certainly slipped away.