...Senator Barack Obama. :smile: So much for her "coalition" of workers and lower-middle-class whites. Is the last logical end point for the Clinton camp? Clinton's base in West Virginia reveres John Edwards so much that he won 7% of the vote in the primary. How many others would've voted for him had he not suspended his campaign? Now the populist is passing the torch to Obama. This flies directly in the face of some of the claims coming out of her campaign in recent weeks. The question now, of course, is whether this will dispel the fears of some of the... ah... let's say less open minded folks in West Virginia and elsewhere who still think Barack was sworn in on the Qu'ran. I'm thinking this will be the hammer to crack their shell of intolerance (also known as the "la la la I'm not listening" shell). It also may serve as a nice wake-up call that all of her campaigning means next to nothing at this point. I'm not upset that Clinton is still running. She's totally within her rights. I am upset that her camp is misrepresenting the facts and ignoring the math so people will donate and help cover their $20mil debt. The fact that people feel passionately about this campaign and are willing to donate their hard-earned cash to political candidates is fantastic. It shouldn't be exploited. Let them donate to, say, the party itself. Tag the money for the general and hand it to the nominee. Don't give them false ideas that a few more ads will give Hillary a fighting chance. Her only hope are the superdelegates, and TV ads generally don't affect their decisions.