Hillary Clinton faces an insurmountable lead in the delegate count and is behind in the popular vote. How do her advisers expect her to catch and surpass Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination? Here's a clue: they don't. From this week's New Yorker: "[A] Clinton adviser was more candid about what lies ahead. 'Inside the campaign, people are not idiots,' she told me. 'Everyone can do the math. It isn't like the Obama campaign has some special abacus. We can do these calculations, too. Everyone recognizes how steep this hill is. But you gotta keep your game face on.' "