From ABC News:
The Clinton campaign plans to use the coming six-week gap in primary voting to aggressively push its case that Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., lacks the necessary experience to be president as the superdelegates loom by far as the most important voters in the race.
If that is true, and the ABC report supports it (as do other catches at TPM Election Central) then what the Clinton campaign is doing is:
Asserting that a Democratic presidential candidate should not be elected in the general.
As Bill Clinton put it in a recent fund-raising letter:
We have a strategy in place and a clear path to the nomination.
How can the party regulars let this happen?