The Dems are loosing sleep over the Faustian Deal they face by not choosing one of their two incredibly liberal candidates. Do they deny Hillary her ascension to what she thought was her rightful place, President of the United States. So confident was she, that she viewed planning beyond the first Super Tuesday as unessential and the process just a formality. Then came Barry.
Now with BHO having jumped to such a surprising lead right out of the gate, Hillary is acting like Howard Hughes repeating “the way of the future, the way of the future” as she lies about her past to reinvent her relevance from “Living History” to the reality that she was just along for the ride. This has party leaders fearful that all this is doing is strengthening the Republicans chances for retaining the Oval Office as Hillary & Barry beat each other up before Denver.
Barring a complete meltdown by Obama, Clinton has almost no chance of surpassing his number of pledged delegates, even if she scores upset wins in states such as Oregon, which votes May 20. But such victories would encourage her to keep criticizing Obama – her only hope for the nomination – and thus heighten doubts about Obama’s ability to defeat Republican Sen. John McCain in the fall.
“This is going to give Republicans a chance to try to destroy everything we’ve been trying to work for for eight years,” said Ken Foxworth, a Democratic National Committee member from Minnesota and superdelegate who backs Obama. (Full Story)
Christmas in March for Republicans, who would have thought it.