A Matter Of Opinion

It's over for Hillary Clinton

(UPDATE: The post below was done on March 4 ... right around Super Tuesday. Since then, there's been Wrightgate, Bittergate and several more races ... and Obama has expanded his lead. More delegates. More money. More popular votes. More states. To reiterate: It's over for Hillary Clinton. Or, is this prediction still premature?)

No, I don't have any insight into today's voting. I just know that if she wins the next 16 races in a row, she'd probably still trail.

Check out this analysis that uses an online delegate counter. It gives her some big upsets in states like Vermont, Mississippi, North Carolina and Oregon. And large margins of victories in Pennsylvania and other states. Yet, she would still be behind by 58 delegates.

Huckabee believes in miracles. Clinton better, too.

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