Phil, you write of Limbaugh's "Operation Chaos" that it "doesn't seem as though any of the supposed benefits of the
protracted primary battle panned out, and if anything, the race with
Eh? In today's New York Daily News, there's a story about how Democrats are now fighting over whether Hillary's name should be put in nomination in Denver. There would be no such argument if Hillary had called it quits in March or April, instead of fighting it out to the end and winning Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia and Kentucky. That all-out battle — and its psychological effect on Hillary's supporters — is why the Clintons must now be appeased. Or else.
Also, Obama and John McCain are now in a virtual dead heat in the Gallup daily tracking poll, If Clinton had quit in April, wouldn't Obama have healed the breach and unified his party by now, thus building a formidable lead?
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