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One superdelegate in a Southern state, clearly a Clinton sympathizer, said it would be political suicide for him to oppose Obama, pointing out that the black community would be furious. The best support he could offer Clinton would be to remain neutral until it’s over.
One of the most salient arguments made these days by superdelegates is the fear of what would happen to the party if Obama were to be spurned.
… .. What has happened is that a bit of the bloom is off the rose for Obama’s candidacy.
His trajectory has flattened a good bit and while no one doubts his mortality, he has lost a good bit of the iconic appeal that he showed early this year. … ..
In as short a paragraph as you can put together, make the case for Clinton. Then send it to me.
Winners win Sidney’s great book.