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It Ain’t Over


CONGRESSIONAL SOURCE: Hillary having trouble finding superdelegates who will meet with her… ‘No one wants to see her today’… Developing…

I’m sure some people will read this as a sign that superdelegates are about to declare for Obama en masse. Don’t count on it. If I were a superdelegate — i.e. a politician or party hack — I wouldn’t want to talk to Hillary on a day like this, when the wind is blowing against her. But I wouldn’t be rushing out a press release embracing Obama, either. I’d wait for the last month of the race — and the March 31 DNC Rules & Bylaws Committee meeting, where they’ll discuss the status of Florida and Michigan. Why jump the gun and risk the wrath of the Clintons? Even if Hillary isn’t the nominee, she can still use her position as a Senator to make life tough for at least some of the superdelegates in the future, so it’s probably best not to cross her.

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