Puerto Rico: Hill's Ace in the Hole

Clarice Feldman
Hillary now claims that she'll win the nomination with the votes of Puerto Rico:

Just hours after the dust settled from her 10th consecutive loss to Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), embattled Democratic candidate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (D-N.Y.) campaign said she will be in a position to "clinch the nomination" at about the time Puerto Rico votes.

Puerto Rico, the last contest in the primary and caucus season, will not vote until June 1.

Harold Ickes, a senior adviser to Clinton, said on a conference call with reporters that while the camp of the former first lady sees Obama as the frontrunner, the campaign continues to believe it will narrow the gap with the Illinois senator and pick up delegates in the coming weeks and months.

One would hate to think her husband commuted the sentences of FALN terrorists who had never even asked for a commutation without there being substantial political gain to the dynamic duo. 
Hillary now claims that she'll win the nomination with the votes of Puerto Rico:

Just hours after the dust settled from her 10th consecutive loss to Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), embattled Democratic candidate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (D-N.Y.) campaign said she will be in a position to "clinch the nomination" at about the time Puerto Rico votes.

Puerto Rico, the last contest in the primary and caucus season, will not vote until June 1.

Harold Ickes, a senior adviser to Clinton, said on a conference call with reporters that while the camp of the former first lady sees Obama as the frontrunner, the campaign continues to believe it will narrow the gap with the Illinois senator and pick up delegates in the coming weeks and months.

One would hate to think her husband commuted the sentences of FALN terrorists who had never even asked for a commutation without there being substantial political gain to the dynamic duo.