Game Changer (With Poll)
by nextgen, Wed May 14, 2008 at 04:46:45 AM EDT
Sen. Clinton has put forth the proposition that she alone can win the "Hard working Americans, white American" vote. Yesterday in West Virginia the primary was a perfect opportunity to highlight her central argument. Sen. Clinton had an election (West Virginia) which should reinforce her recent assertions as she won those very voters by huge margins. In light of a perfect proving ground if her argument has even minimal impact on the super delegates today should be the day.
In my opinion the next 24 hours will signify any possible chance no matter how small Sen. Clinton has left. If there are any super delegates' who would like to support Sen. Clinton and needed "cover", today is the day. If Sen. Clinton does not get a significant commitment from super delegates today, the writing is not only on the wall but the paint is dry.
The key number to watch today is how many super delegates Sen. Clinton picks up today. It should be interesting to watch, if she can't move super delegates today, the central theme of her last pillar has been rejected. If she does get significant pick up today, it signifies that one some level, some super delegates by into her proposition.
Today really is the day, it's now or never