Let's give the mendacious Clinton camp the benefit of the doubt and say that Hillary is a sure thing, while Obama would likely lose. Wrong, but let's grant that idea.I think it is obvious that the superdelegates will pick Obama. They have their own self-interest to consider, not to mention the long-term interest of the party. The choice for Obama is clear — and it would be clear even if they knew Clinton would win and Obama will lose.
I. Wouldn't. Care. Anyway. And neither should you.
... America stands on the verge of a new political realignment....
[I]f the Democratic Party gets the vote of the Millennial generation again, it will have it for the rest of their natural lives, creating a daunting electoral majority that will ensure Democratic advantages if not Democratic dominance for the next 30-40 years--whether McCain happens to get elected in 2008 or not.
With Obama at the top of the ticket, the Millennials will come to the polls in massive numbers to elect him....
Obama is the nominee who can literally lock in structural advantages for Democrats for the next forty years.