If Clinton were awarded all of the delegates (instead of half of the delegates) based on the results of the primaries in Florida and Michigan, she would get 94.5 more delegates, putting her still short 146.5-151.5.
Obama would then pick up 68 delegates. That would put Obama at 2116-2120 delegates, just enough to secure the nomination. If she got all of the votes in Florida and Michigan, then Obama would win - If you include the uncommitted Michigan delegates, as the Democratic rules committee decided to do.
The only way for that scenario to have worked in Hillary Clinton's favor would have been if the uncommitted delegates were not given to Obama. (Because his name was not on the ballot.) Why has no one brought this up? That is why they pushed so hard for that scenario - 'Seat all of the delegates despite the rules, and no Michigan votes for Obama.'
Even if Hillary Clinton got what she wanted, that would put her at ±150 short of the nomination, and Obama at 1877-32(MI)+36(FL)=1881, or 66 short of the nomination. The math is impossible for the Clinton campaign no matter how you slice it.
Harold Ickes, a spokesperson for the Clinton campaign, said their campaign will continue to push for full seatings of the MI and FL delegations, including the uncommitted votes in MI. "Mrs. Clinton has instructed me to reserve her rights to take this to the credentials committee," Ickes said. [ 1
] He is talking about taking this matter to the convention. He just said it again on Meet the Press.
Two things you should know about Ickes:
1. He was instrumental in the creation of the proportional allocation system the Democratic primary is waged under; and
2. As a voting member of the DNC, he voted last fall to strip the MI and FL primaries of pledged delegate due to their violation of the calendar rules. [ 1
] The San Francisco Chronicle: The delegate racectv.ca: Clinton supporters furious over delegate rulingcanada.com: Seat all delegates, Clinton campaign demandscsmonitor.com: What's next for Clinton camp after delegates decision?dailykos.com: Harold Ickes is SNL's Nathan Thurm w/videoCNN: Democratic Delegate Calculator
(*I think the math is right. I did it very quickly and I was tired.)