So a poll came out that shows Hillary Clinton ahead of Barack Obama in South Dakota. Pretty much all of our superdelegates support Obama, but if Clinton wins will they switch to support her? Around the country, many superdelegates are switching (sometimes reluctantly) depending on how their districts and states vote.
That's going to be a tough decision. Either stay a supporter for the Democratic Party's nominee (*cough*Obama*cough*) or switch to the person a majority of South Dakotan Democrats support (no matter if they're wrong).
And what of Daschle? He's co-chair of Obama's campaign. That would be an awkward conversation.
Obama: You're doing what?
Daschle: Y'see, South Dakota voted for Hillary and I don't want to go against the will of my home state.
Obama: But you work for my campaign. You were one of my earliest supporters.
Daschle: Yeah, sorry about that. We still cool?
Obama: ... Security!
Heh. That's not going to happen, but it was fun to think about. And if Clinton does win in SD tomorrow, it's going to be too little too late. All day I've been hearing rumors about her campaign shutting down tomorrow and 34 superdelegates coming out for Obama in the next couple days (putting him over the top).
So we'll see.