From Taegan Goddard's Political Wire:
With Sen. Barack Obama now leading in the support of both pledged delegates and superdelegates -- adding at least seven more supers to his tally today -- ABC News reports that Bill Clinton is making the case that Sen. Hillary Clinton can still win the popular vote if she gets 80% support in West Virginia next week.
Unfortunately, "many in the crowd seemed to lose interest as he began his speech -- even during his appeal for a high voter turnout."
Bill, 80% is a larger amount than Sen. Clinton was able to garner in even the Arkansas primary. We in the reality-based community are "losing interest" as well!
An NPR commentator made the analogy that the show is over; the credits are rolling; patrons are leaving the theatre. But Sen. Clinton isn't moving from her seat.
Perhaps the custodian could get her to leave the building before he has to turn out the lights?