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Somewhere in all the distraction from the Clinton types and the Fox trolls lies one simple fact: Obama is winning because he outworked and outorganized the "inevitable" candidate.
And it will, once again, have to do with the most under-reported story of the cycle - the fact that the Obama campaign has just plan outorganized the Clinton folks.
If Obama hadn't outorganized her in small caucus states like Idaho, which the Democrats have no hope of winning in November, he wouldn't be the nominee.
And I think they just flat outworked us and outorganized us.
"We were outspent, outhustled and outorganized," said one chagrined union advisor who was not authorized to speak by name.
A big supporter of Clinton in the primary, Edmundo Escobedo Sr., the publisher of El Mundo newspaper, said he has become an admirer of Obama because "he outworked and outorganized Senator Clinton."