Alfred.jpgDespite having two strong, intelligent, history-making candidates, are the Democrats on a collision course that will leave the Republicans in control of the White House come November? That worst-case scenario (for Democrats, at least) is far more likely to play out the longer Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama keep hammering away at one another while Sen. John McCain waits to face the bruised and battered “winner.”

Clinton scored an impressive victory last night in Pennsylvania. Outspent 2-1 in ad dollars and written off by most political commentators not too long ago, her latest victory reinforces her case that she’s a fighter who won’t quit and the better candidate to beat the Republicans in big battleground states such as Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida.

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