In a few short hours, Sen. Hillary Clinton will have won the Pennsylvania primary. It does not matter the margin of victory. Even if it is by one vote, Sen. Clinton will stay in the Democrat race for the White House.
There is one, well actually two, reasons why Sen. Clinton stays to the bitter end.
Florida and Michigan.
Even if when all is said and done, and Sen. Barack may be ahead in pledged delegates, Sen. Clinton will throw more than the kitchen sink and a monkey wrench in the nomination process.
All Sen. Clinton will have to say is, "What about Florida and Michigan?" which, coincidentally two large states she won the primary.
And, she will be able to put that even further by throwing in the face of the Democrat power structure that it was the Democrats who wanted every vote to count in 2000 when the election results in Florida were in doubt. Then, it was the chant "Count EVERY vote!" even if one had to divine how a voter meant to vote.
So, how can the Democrat party deny to sit Florida and Michigan at the convention in August? They can not. For if they do and or try, there will be a bitter fight right on the floor of the convention. That is no doubt.
Sen. Barack wants to do what it takes to keep these two states out or he may end up losing the nomination.
So, all these pontificators who are saying that Sen. Clinton will leave the race unless she has a convincing win today are dreaming. They are hoping that this comes to an end and the new Messiah, Sen. Barack, is the Democrat presidential nominee.
I can not wait for the Democrat convention in August!