Political Radar: Clinton Says Obama's 'Bitter' Remark Could Cost Party General Election: "Speaking to reporters outside some homes in Scranton, Pennsylvannia where she has family roots and today was greeted by many supporters holding signs and offering encouragement. She made the argument that Sen. Barack Obama's comments could cost the party the election and that the party has been seen as out of touch by male candidates in the past. Clinton also criticized Obama for not 'owning up to his remarks.'"
Her strategy has been to argue that notwithstanding his lead in the delegate count, he is unelectable in the general and therefore the superdelegates should override the popular primary vote. Obama just handed her Exhibit A. But this train may be too far out of the station now.