she is full force in pennsylvania because it's a must-win for her, as this story suggests. clinton's set up her argument that it's the "big states" that matter, a completely bogus argument for the general election.
but she needs the delegates in order to have some sway with the superdelegates, because obama leads by about 140 delegates and since march 4, he's picked up 12 supers to her 4. (look at my sidebar for superdelegate and delegate tallies. i'm also tracking the add on supers).
she's also behind in popular vote, by about 600,000. so clinton could use some of pennsylvania's 158 delegates. but even if she wins the state, it won't be much net for her.
anyway, pennsylvania's not necessarily hers.
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