Running the numbers, after tonight Obama has more delegates and votes than Clinton-- even IF you count Michigan and Florida.
His victories are even more impressive when you factor in that the last 3 weeks he has been kicked around like a football. Yet despite all of this, Obama finally closed the deal and pretty much slammed of the door.
He has showen that he too is a fighter, he's resilient and can take a punch. He has shown by this impressive come back that he can take whatever the Republicans can throw at him. The Wright issue didn't appear to be as bad as predicted so I think that he has weathered the storm. If the GOP tries to bring that up again and beat that dead horse it still won't make it get up and run again for ya.
I think a key in his victories tonight was his opposition to the ridiculous gas tax holiday which was an insult to American voters. His opposition underlines his honesty and his authenticity to tell us what we need to hear even if it it's not "politically expedient."
Denver here we come!!!
Wednesday Update: Former presidential candidate, nominee and Clinton supporter George McGovern has switched his support to Obama and is urging Hillary to drop out of the race.
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