Barack Obama took North Carolina, and Hillary Clinton took Indiana. It looks like the Democratic nominee is going to be up to the superdelegates. And why not? That’s what they are there for.
The question they all must be asking is, who would be the strongest candidate against John McCain? Pretend that you are a superdelegate whose main interest is winning. Who do you think would be the most formidable candidate? (Both Republicans and Democrats can play this game.)
P.S.: Actually, Obama won enough delegates in Indiana to make him almost impossible to overtake. IF Hillary withdraws today (and I’ll be on a plane most of the day so unable to update), the question still remains. How formidable a candidate will Obama be against John McCain? Or, put another way, does McCain have a chance?