Former Senator Tom Daschle squared-off against Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell on â€œMeet the Pressâ€ today. Daschle made the case for Obama, and Rendell for Clinton. The ironic thing is that Rendell seems to have the stronger argumentâ€”that Clinton should receive the Democrat nomination for president despite winning fewer delegates than Obama. Watch it for yourself and see if you agree about the strength of Clintonâ€™s case for the nomination.
One this is clear. The Democrats are having a problem with proportional representation in their primary and caucuses. If the primaries and caucuses would have been winner-take-all contests, the Democrats would have settled on their candidate by now. And that candidate would have been Hillary Clinton.