With the Democratic rivals for their party’s presidential nod airing “some of the most negative attacks of the campaign,” it’s pretty clear Democratic frontrunner Barack Obama and his challenger, former First Lady Hillary Clinton, are far from ready to bury the hatchet and end this campaign.Â Unless Obama delivers a knockout blow and defeats his Empire State colleague in the Keystone State, expect this race to continue.
While the junior Senator from New York needs to win big tomorrow to alter the dynamics of this race which currently favors his Illinois colleague, the current contest is far from over.Â I think it’s absurd when some commentators, partisans of her rival as well as many in the media, suggest she get out of the race because she can’t win. Â It’s not likely, but it is possible
In addition to tomorrow’s primary in Pennsylvania, at least two contests remain with demographics similar to those in other states she won, Kentucky and West Virginia as well as one commonwealth Puerto Rico. Not to mention Indiana, where current polls give her a slight leadÂ (though other surveys have showed him ahead).