Two potential treats this weekend on CNN.  First, if the committees meeting in DC handle it all right, we could see the final nails in the Hillary campaign coffin hammered hard/softly/it doesn't matter, but they could spell the end of the end of the end for her campaign. 

Did you see Hillary on CNN yesterday?  Campbell Brown's 7 EST show showed Hillary speaking in some cold desolate place like South Dakota all wrapped up (like her campaign) talking on an empty stage trying to reassure the world that she has more popular votes and conceding Obama has more delegate votes.  It's over, Hillary.  You lost.  It's over.  O-V-E-R.

So, tomorrow, in DC a group of fokes come together to talk about Michigan and Florida contests and seating delegates.  It's going to be an all-day affair, which also means the other treat, is that viewers will get to see Campbell on TV explaining it to us rather than Blitzer or Cooper or et al. 

Campbell was funny last night because she promised, ("this time we mean it") that if the race between Hillary and Obama doesn't end tomorrow, it will be over Tuesday night.  Ceremoniously. 

In reality, the news on CNN (which some used to call the Clinton News Network) had already moved on from Hillary and were into McCain and Obama and how long it's been since Obama's been to Iraq.   To make the story even more colorful, Campbell was caught interviewing some Brit/Aussy speaking guy in Iraq saying that no matter who visits and when, they won't get the chance to "breathe the true atmosphere and smells of this war" or something to that effect, ala over-dramatic news reporting. 

So, for those of you who can sit and watch TV, enjoy the beginning of the true end of Hillary.




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