Ever since Super Tuesday, more and more Democrats have been demanding that Hillary Clinton quit the race. However, as I observed last month, "Hillary may yet lose, but she seems determined not to quit."
Hillary's biggest problem right now is money. The Clinton campaign came into April with about $9 million cash on hand and more than $10 million in debts. Call me crazy, but I have the sneaking suspicion that Team Hillary is about to get a financial boost -- from Dittoheads.
It can scarcely be denied that Rush Limbaugh's "Operation Chaos" helped build Hillary's 10-point margin in Pennsylvania. More than 160,000 Republican voters switched their registration to Democrat in advance of Tuesday's primary, and undoubtedly many of those were hard-core Dittoheads who did just what Limbaugh has been suggesting for weeks: Vote for Hillary, in order to produce a deadlock in the Democratic presidential nomination fight. (I actually heard Rush give marching orders to his "Operation Chaos" troops while I was driving to Harrisburg, Pa., to cover Hillary's Election Eve rally Monday.)
During her victory speech last night, Hillary mentioned her website and asked for contributions. Considering the Clinton campaign's dire financial plight, if Rush is really serious about "Operation Chaos," we can expect that he will now begin suggesting that his listeners log onto HillaryClinton.com and give her a small donation, just to help prolong the misery for Democrats.