“Stuck with Hilary” was my thought from the moment she got the nomination - they’re stuck with a weak candidate with a boatload of baggage, any bit of which could explode at any minute (as the health issue may be exploding now).
But what they’re really stuck with is a dilemma in timing. If they force her out too soon, all their bull-pucky about her as the best qualified candidate ever, about how we absolutely positively must have a female president, about how talk of all her deficiencies was just alt-right propaganda - all that is exposed as a load of partisan manure, the expected product of establishment lies.
If they wait too long, the practical problems (ballot presentation, choice of a replacement, campaign efforts to make the replacement candidate viable, etc) - all that gets exponentially more difficult the longer they wait.
There probably is no perfect time to dump her fat derriere from the ticket, so the donkeys are stuck with a really, really tough choice as to how to move forward from here.
The practical problems are already too immense, especially when you consider that Dem voters aren’t the brightest (see 2000 Palm Beach County).
Hillary is going to hang in there as long as possible. For one thing, she knows Trump's going to prosecute her, and that's a biggie.
Hillary is not, and never was, a Golda Meier or a Lady Thatcher. Neither character nor class.