It is exactly one week to ago until the Democratic Party’s Rules and Bylaws meeting where Senator Clinton’s last glimmer of hope exists. I personally don’t think it will make a difference what the commitee decides but Dan Balz at the Washington Post summarizes the situation quite neatly:
The Clinton campaign has staked out a tough position, what’s described as the “100 percent, 100 percent” solution. Clinton wants the full delegations from both states seated, with full voting rights, and the pledged delegates allocated on the basis of last winter’s primary results.
That means in Michigan awarding no delegates to Obama because he took his name off the ballot. The non-Clinton delegates would officially be considered uncommitted. Clinton’s campaign has calculated that, if that solution prevails, she will net 111 delegates, although most of the uncommitted delegates likely would end up supporting Obama.
In tribute to the strong posistion taken by the Clinton campaign, here is an extraction from her own website (with some editing of course):