Thursday, February 21, 2008

Round 11: Superdelegates

What if the nominee is not the person who gained the most popular votes?

Clinton quickly and simply says that "this is the process" the party works under, and "I think it will work itself out." "We will be united in November," she adds.

Obama, who obviously has the most to lose under such a scenario, says, "I think it's important that these votes count for something" and that what's "most important to voters is that they have a government that is listening to them again," not just the well-connected.

Round 11 to Obama; everyone knows what the Clinton campaign could be up to behind the scenes.