Obama: 'If I am not ready, how is it that you think I should be such a great vice president?'.
An African-American superdelegate was quoted this morning on MSNBC also making an obvious point. The black candidate is winning the popular vote and has an insurmountable pledged delegate lead and the Clintons tell him to "go to the back of the bus."
Exactly when do the so-called party leaders wake up and us their power with superdelegates to end what is quickly becoming a disaster? Wait until the Clintons net 3 more delegates in the PA primary? Or 1 more in West Virginia?
Are they dumb enough to still believe the Clintons will at some point self-police and step aside? There is certainly nothing in the Clintons history to make any reasonable person believe that day would ever come.
The Clintons are poised to lose an entire new generation of party activist on their way to alienated the African-American vote.
Will superdelegates break after tomorrow? The biggest single problem the Dems have had since 2000 is a lack of leadership.
(By the way, a Republican for Obama (RFO) sent me the link to the Politico article.)