At this point, Obama can't win without the Super-Delegates either, which the media doesn't seem to be addressing.
My thoughts? So much of Obama's support has come from Independents, Republicans, first-time-voters, and from caucuses... that I would have no problem with having the Super-Delegates call if for Hillary, if it came to that.
The Super-Delegates were put in place for -exactly- this scenario... to decide the ultimate outcome of a neck-and-neck race. Why throw this system out the first chance that this it can be put into effect?
Yes, Obama has been on a winning streak... but Bill Clinton, like Hillary, had a lengthy losing streak himself back in 1992. Hillary isn't out of this yet, and the media (namely MSNBC) is yet again dancing prematurely on her political grave.
Anyhow, back to the Super-Delegates: If all of the primaries where open only to Democrats, Hillary would be in the lead. If all of these primaries were -primaries-, and not caucuses, Hillary would be in the lead. If all of these primaries were winner-take-all -- as are the Republican ones -- Hillary would be in the lead. So yes, although I may be biased, I have no problem with the Democratic Party having a say in it's own nominating process at the end of the day. With the election being as close as it is, it's not as if that would amount to a coup d'etat -- but, rather, to a slight course correction.