Yes...she did...she mentioned Bobby Kennedy's Assasination as a reason to stay in the race.
OK...it's all over the interweb but I'm choosing to reference "Americablog."
No getting out of this one for her - she said almost the same thing to Time Magazine in March:
TIME: Can you envision a point at which--if the race stays this close--Democratic Party elders would step in and say, "This is now hurting the party and whoever will be the nominee in the fall"?
CLINTON: No, I really can't. I think people have short memories. Primary contests used to last a lot longer. We all remember the great tragedy of Bobby Kennedy being assassinated in June in L.A. My husband didn't wrap up the nomination in 1992 until June. Having a primary contest go through June is nothing particularly unusual.
Eugene Robinson on MSNBC pointed out that she apologized to the Kennedys but not to Obama...adding "insult to injury."
Rachel Maddow: "If it was a mistake it was a big, uncharacteristic mistake. If it wasn't a mistake, it's disgusting."
This should be the last straw for most Superdelegates. They need to decide now.