In a cryptic conversation with a Las Vegas paper, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said the Democratic nomination would be resolved before the convention: “It will be done.” “Magically?” the reporter asked. “No, it will be done,” Reid repeated. “I had a conversation with Governor Dean today. Things are being done.”
What that means is anyone’s guess, but it’s no secret that the Democratic leadership is worried about a protracted battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.