The co-chair of Iowa Students for Hillary is endorsing John McCain for reasons you can read about here. On the one hand, these stories are flies in the forest -- individual folks making their own choices. But the Clinton community is tight-knit. When folks go off the reservation, other folks follow. So far, the Clinton-to-McCain defectors are drops in a bucket; will they ever be anything else? It's eminently clear that Obama, while doing better at this point in the cycle that John Kerry did in 2004, cannot simply assume that undecided Clinton voters -- white working class men, older women, suburban women -- will not be influenced by these stories.

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