A case not made with time running out

Hillary Clinton’s one chance of being nominated by the Democrats is to persuade super-delegates that she likely can defeat John McCain and that Barack Obama likely cannot. Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post considers this matter from an interesting perspective, turning to Republican strategists for their views. The results are mixed. Some strategists consider Obama easier to defeat, others see Clinton as the more vulnerable foe. Cillizza concludes that

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