after last night's victories.
She can do the math. She's now clearly counting on the superdelegates and perhaps the Michigan and Florida votes to win the nomination. It's her only chance -- even if it risks civil war within the Dem party. She will take that chance. She is a Clinton. ...Update
-- From Reader Andre:
March 4 turned out to be the Groundhog Day of (Democratic) politics -- six more weeks 'til Pennsylvania, and HRC is likely to win there, as it's sort of a combination of New York and Ohio. This could go all the way after all.Update II
makes two good points: 1.) Hillary's 'big state' argument is bogus and sure to alienate those in 'little states.' 2.) But if no one nabs the required number of delegates but she ends up winning the popular vote, isn't that a legitimate claim for superdelegates' support? I'd say so. I hadn't thought of that scenario. ... Florida and Michigan, BTW, aren't out of the picture.