On the Superdelegate Question

Taegan Goddard quotes Todd Purdum, It would mean that Clinton’s only hope of winning would be some kind of backroom deal….

Might I suggest that perhaps the candidate who can win through the use of such tactics might be the one best suited to Get Things Done? That candidate is not necessarily Senator Clinton, though for some reason that’s assumed. Most writers and talking heads also assumed that she would easily win the nomination. (Note that this does leave open the question of whether the Federal government should be doing anything in the first place.)

Who’s bringing the cigars?