Tuesday, May 6, 2008



It isn't over until the Fat Lady Sings.

I hear a melody.

Hillary Clinton will lose North Carolina today, maybe big.
And, though she may pull out Indiana, I believe she may well lose there.
But, even if she splits, it is over.

I believe that when Democrat voters and Delegates awaken tomorrow morning, the vast majority of them will feel they have given Clinton the chance to compete - but now it Needs To Be Over.

A lot of us have known for some time that Barack Hussein Obama is going to be the Democrat nominee - the difference is that as of Wednesday morning Democrats will be largely united
recognizing that fact. And they will show Clinton the door.

I predict a flood - nay, a tidal wave - of Democrat officials rushing before microphones and cameras to urge "for the good of the party" that Mrs. Clinton scram. Now.

I predict this is the final Tuesday Hillary Clinton will be regarded as seriously competing for the nomination.

Did she fail?

Only short-term.

Clinton's tactical objective has for some time been to damage Obama such that he will lose in November - and she rides to the rescue in 2012. In order to do so, she would have to wound Obama very badly, render him unelectable.

She has.
Obama is unelectable and will lose the general election.

The Fat Lady is Singing: her lyric is "See you in September (2009)"

Good riddance, Hillary.

For now.


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