Sen. Clinton won the Massachusetts primary, but Sen. Kennedy has endorsed Sen. Obama. I'm still waiting to hear any news organization ask him if he's willing to go against the "will of the people" of Massachusetts? Even if they know the answer (yes), wouldn't it be interesting to understand his reasoning for this decision?
Kennedy doesn't fear the voters' wrath, at this point of his "hiccup" career. As a "lion of the Democratic establishment," he can let others use this argument, attempting to get other "superdelegates" to support Obama, without anyone questioning his personal exception to it.
It will be interesting to see how these "superdelegates" split. I guarantee that Ted isn't going to pledge for Hillary, voters be damned. Maybe it should be called the "Un-Democratic" Party.