I agree that if Clinton gets the nomination, McCain will win. However, its become a really tight race between Obama and Clinton. Most states are up in the air. Most polls show that it's almost split, and that a substantial amount are undecided. States where Clinton had the lead, Obama is closing in. It's really anyone's game, and way to close to make any calls on who will win the democatic nomination.
This seems to be a race that will not be decided after Super Tuesday is over. This could be a close race til the very end. Its very exciting, and good to know that this race won't be deicided before everyone has had a chance to vote.
Obama just got Arnold's wife's support. And she's a Kennedy. There recently was a rally in California with her, Obama's wife, and Oprah. Getting these three ladies, to show that just because you're a woman, doesn't mean you have to vote for Clinton.
In terms of good VPs, getting an influential leader from a swing state would be a wise choice. A good one would be Ex-Governor Mark Warner of Virginia.