[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/05/14/art.clinton.wv.rally.gi.jpg caption=" Clinton after her win in West Virginia."]
FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:
Hillary Clinton is sort of starting to look like the last guest at a dinner party who doesn't recognize that it's time to go.
Her win in West Virginia is being called "large but largely symbolic." That's because the numbers just don't add up. In West Virginia she won 20 delegates. Barack Obama won 8, a net gain of only 12 for her.
In fact, Obama's lead over Clinton has actually increased in the last week despite her big West Virginia win. He picked up two more superdelegates today, a sign that the Democratic leaders know exactly where this thing is headed. The Associated Press reports Obama has picked up an additional 30 superdelegates in the past week. He now leads Clinton by 11; she once led him by more than 100.
One of these new Obama superdelegates is Roy Romer, former Democratic Party chairman, who told reporters, "This race, I believe, is over." He says only Clinton can decide when to withdraw, but that it's time to focus on the general election.
Obama is also being endorsed by three former chairmen of the Securities and Exchange Commission, one of whom was appointed by Hillary's husband, former President Bill Clinton.
Rubbing salt in the wound, this afternoon Obama received the endorsement of NARAL Pro-Choice America, a leading abortion rights group which has supported Hillary Clinton throughout her entire political career.
All this seems to beg the question: What part of "go away" doesn't Hillary Clinton understand?
Here’s my question to you: If you could interview Senator Hillary Clinton, what would you ask her?
Interested to know which ones made it on air?
I would ask why we need another president who can't see when it is right to get out (leave the campaign trail), why we need another president who can't balance a budget (running her campaign in the red), and why we need a president who will not listen to the experts (gas tax holiday). How would she be a different decision maker that George Bush?
I’d ask her to explain her feelings and involvement in her husband's pardoning of all those criminals during his time as president.
Dave from Iowa City, Iowa writes:
I would ask her how she did in math in high school. She doesn't seem very good at it.
Tracy from Indianapolis writes:
Jack, I would ask her why she is trying to get Michigan and Florida to count when she agreed as all the others that they would not count.
Janet from Capon Bridge, West Virginia writes:
I would ask her: Please tell me you won't quit, that you will stay in the race until the last vote is counted.
Debbie from New Jersey writes:
I would ask her to look into her heart and be honest. Is she more concerned about the country and Democratic Party than she is about her winning? And, if her answer is yes, then I would ask her why she isn't supporting and campaigning for the person who can win the most votes come November. It certainly isn't her. If it were, she would have them now.
Gary from Long Beach, California writes:
I'd ask: Would you entertain a re-vote in California, a primary you won months ago? Here on the left coast, we'd love the chance to switch sides. How's your confidence that it could never happen?
Marylee from Atlanta writes:
Hillary, Just how many pantsuits do you own?