is dropping out of the Democratic race, guaranteeing that a major party
will nominate either a woman or a man of color. Yesterday in Florida, John McCain was triumphal, having won among Republicans in a state that does not allow Independent voters to cross over; Mitt Romney came in second. Today, after coming in a distant third in Florida, Rudy Giuliani
is expected to endorse McCain. Both parties have scheduled debates for
the remaining candidates this week in California, looking ahead to Super Tuesday.
We hear what happened to "America's Mayor," who went from national
front-runner to also-ran at the speed of gravity. Does Edwards have
enough delegates to make a difference if he decides to endorse Obama or Clinton?
Jennifer Skalka, Editor, Hotline On Call
Harry Siegel, journalist and author
Charlie Bass, former Congressman (R-NH)
Tony Perkins, President, Family Research Council
Tad Devine, Democratic Strategist, Devine Mulvey
Michael Duffy, Assistant Managing Editor, Time magazine