A Bit of Good News from TheHill.com

Written by Paul Zannucci on 10:37 AM

"Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s (D-N.Y.) senior advisers said Friday they are willing to push the nomination fight beyond the last contests on June 3 if neither candidate reaches the delegate requirement that includes Michigan and Florida. While most analysts have determined that Clinton’s chances are all but nil, Geoff Garin and Howard Wolfson, two of Clinton’s senior advisers, told a group of reporters over breakfast that if frontrunner Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) does not reach 2,209 delegates by June 3, the campaign will continue."

The Hill

Keep up the good fight. Also, I was reading The Huffington Post this morning (don't ask) and came accross this funny paragraph:

"Clinton showed with the gas tax farce that there is no pander to "hard-working Americans, white Americans" too crass or desperate. She's been...downing shots, eulogizing her mill-working grandfather, and recounting her youthful fishing trips. Next week she'll probably show up in a WV coal mine swingin' a pick, shootin' small critters, and promising miners that she'll double their wages for the summer."

Personally, I don't think she'll do that next because the primary is tomorrow. She'll probably never think of West Virginia again, but I did find the whole concept of the hillbillyization of Hillary pretty fun.

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