Saturday Night Live is on a roll with their ’08 election campaign commentary. Check out this week’s “dramatization” of the future which opened the show last night (h/t TM):
Obama won the caucus in Wyoming yesterday netting him “seven new delegates,” and five new delegates for Hillary.
The Obama team who has focused heavily on caucus states, had “opened 5 offices” in Wyoming and Clinton opened 2. The Obama campaign also ran more ads than Clinton on TV and radio. That Obama only netted 2 extra delegates over Clinton is hardly a “decisive” victory, in my opinion.
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton’s trio of victories over Sen. Barack Obama last week appears to have convinced a sizable number of uncommitted Democratic superdelegates to wait until the end of the primaries and caucuses before picking a candidate, according to a survey by The Washington Post.
On Tuesday, “Clinton and Obama will square off in Mississippi, with Obama heavily favored.” And then it is on to Pennsylvania, “whose April 22 primary offers the single biggest delegate haul of the remaining contests.” Pennsylvania is leaning Clinton.