The actions of Hillary Clinton appear inexplicable and insane. She knows that she cannot win the nomination at this point, but she is violently attacking the Democratic Party's nominating process, making it seem as if the Elite of the Party are denying her a victory that the voters have given her. So what is she doing?
The strategy is not hard to figure out. After losing the democratic primary two years ago, Joe Lieberman of Connecticut ran as an independent and beat both the Democratic nominee and a weak Republican opponent.
This is exactly what Ms. Clinton is planning. She will protest that the Democratic Party has stolen the nomination from her and announce that she is running as an independent. All she needs to do is win more electorial votes than McCain or Obama, roughly 190 out of 540 if Obama and McCain split evenly. When the election goes to the House of Representatives, she can demand that she should be elected president having gotten the most popular votes and the most electorial votes.
Considering that the most powerful man in America, the Australian media tycoon,Rupert Murdock, who owns Fox television, 175 newspapers, hundreds of radio stations, and numerous major internet sites, is backing her, she has an excellent chance of winning.