A compromise Democratic Party decision tomorrow on how to allocate the Mich. and Fl. delegates will not be a setback for Clinton. On the contrary, it will give her the fodder she needs to continue her campaign.
At this point so-called private commitments on the part of superdelegates mean nothing. Clinton's candidacy can no longer pretend to be about the primaries. Without super commitments, she is not in the race.
The press conference was marked by sad Clintonian parsing. The primary is close, depending on how you define "close." Gas prices are a white issue. African-Americans, as a mass, are Obama's "passionate supporters."