Via Political Wire, George Stephanopoulos is reporting that she’s up to her ears, probably $20 million.

But if she’s only loaned her campaign roughly $12 million, what to make of the following Huff Post numbers that report anywhere from $10 to $15 million in other outstanding debt?

She has ruled it out, but a prompt withdrawal from the contest for the Democratic nomination offers Sen. Hillary Clinton the prospect of major rewards.

One of the most inviting is the near certainty that the Obama campaign would agree to pay back the $11.4 million she has loaned her own bid, along with an estimated $10 million to $15 million in unpaid campaign expenses.

In addition, Democrats, both those who are loyal and those who are opposed to her campaign, say the odds of her winning a top leadership spot in the Senate would improve dramatically if she gracefully conceded now. The icing on the cake includes an improved political climate, giving Hillary and Bill Clinton the opportunity to heal the rift with the black political community.

Can you start to hear the chant that says: “Get out. Get out. Get out.”

Business Clinton Campaign $27 Million In Debt?