Look for some compromise on the status of the Michigan and Florida delegates when the 30-member Democratic Party panel meets later today, but not one that sufficiently eats into Obama’s delegate lead. Meanwhile, Charles Krauthammer pens what is probably the best assessment I’ve read on Clinton’s failed candidacy. An excerpt:
It wasn’t until late in the fourth quarter that she figured out the seam in Obama’s defense. In fact, Obama handed her the playbook with Jeremiah Wright, William Ayers, Michelle Obama’s comments about never having been proud of America and Obama’s own guns-and-God condescension toward small-town whites.
The line of attack is clear: not that Obama is himself radical or unpatriotic, just that, as a man of the academic left, he is so out of touch with everyday America that he could move so easily and untroubled in such extreme company and among such alien and elitist sentiments.
Read the whole thing.