A hoarse Hillary Clinton is pleading with the crowd in Youngstown for action and solution over words. Directing voters to her website to plow through her policy positions has the whiff of desperation. She is in essence making a weaker, less convincing argument than the one McCain just made. She says she’s the one to be in charge in dangerous times and reels off her supposed foreign policy credentials. But is she really any more capable in this arena than Obama? She then goes after Obama for “leaving out” people from universal health care. And so it goes. She seems tired, and as accurate as her assessment of her opponent may be, she is not articulating any argument likely to sway the Democratic primary electorate. Somewhat fittingly (if not politely), Obama’s speech bumps her off the air.