Blogs are abuzz this morning about the Hillary campaign's argument that winning because of super-delegates is no big deal. They must know that the shit is majorly going to hit the fan if this happens, but in typical Clinton form why not try spinning it your way first?:
Remind you of anyone "depends what your definition of is, is" else in the Clinton family?
"I want to be clear about the fact that neither campaign is in a position to win this nomination without the support of the votes of the superdelegates,'' Wolfson told reporters in a conference call.
"We don't make distinctions between delegates chosen by million of voters in a primary and those chosen between tens of thousands in caucuses,'' Wolfson said. "And we don't make distinctions when it comes to elected officials'' who vote as superdelegates at the convention.
As if this was not enough, get a load of what chief Clinton strategist Mark Penn had to say:
Could we possibly have a nominee who hasn't won any of the significant states -- outside of Illinois? That raises some serious questions about Sen. Obama.Jesus Christ how do the Clintons find these people? My biggest problem with her is the people she surrounds herself with. Kos adds:
Funny how the states that "matter" are the ones that Hillary Clinton happen to win. Who knew? Poor New Mexico is in limbo, still unsure about whether it matters or not since all the votes still haven't been counted.