In Sunday's Washington's Post, Hillary Clinton makes clear she's not going away till the bitter end, and it will be bitter if it doesn't go her way: I know there are some people who want to shut this down and I think they are wrong...I have no intention of stopping until we finish what we started and until we see what happens in the next 10 contests and until we resolve Florida and Michigan. And if we don't resolve it, we'll resolve it at the convention — that's what credentials committees are for. We cannot go forward until Florida and Michigan are taken care of, otherwise the eventual nominee will not have the legitimacy that I think will haunt us...I can imagine the ads the Republican Party and John McCain will run if we don't figure out how we can count the votes in Michigan and Florida. Think about that one sentence. Behind in delegates and in vote totals, she's saying another ten contests may not "resolve" it. It's her message to Obama supporters: I'm holding a match. I'm willing to burn down the house. It's the only play she's got left.