Sen. Barack Obama may be losing big state primaries and getting roughed up by controversy but he continues to gain support among Democratic party “superdelegates” who will make the final decision on who gets the nomination.
Recent reports show more and more of the automatic delegates who are not elected by either a primary or caucus system are lining up behind Obama and one story suggests Democratic members of the House and Senate — all superdelegates — have made up their minds and most are going with Obama.
And now the former chairman of the Democratic Party, an early supporter of Clinton, is switching sides and going with Obama.
Where does this leave Hillary Rodham Clinton? Up the creek without a political paddle.