Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Delaying the Inevitable

Sen. Hillary wins handily:
PHILADELPHIA, April 22 -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton won the Pennsylvania presidential primary decisively on Tuesday night, running up a 10-percentage-point victory that bolstered her case for staying in the race for the Democratic nomination.

Sen. Barack Obama played down a defeat that did not substantially reduce his delegate lead, but the outcome only further muddled a race that has stretched on for nearly four months and has sharply divided the party. The two will meet again in primaries in Indiana and North Carolina on May 6.
Too little too late, really. The math simply isn't there to make a dent in Obama's lead in either popular vote or delegate count. This campaign is all about courting Super Delegates at this point. Once they make a unified move to Obama its over.


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