There was no question in my mind that Hillary would win both Texas and Ohio, because the establishment has already ordained Hillary the next US Minister of Socialism. The campaign still makes for good theatrics, but it was never in doubt that Clinton wins in Ohio and Texas would be carefully orchestrated. It will be close, because close bolsters ratings, but Hillary will get the nod in the end. (It's "too bad" that Ron Paul isn't Establishment material--otherwise, the media could have a double-dip a great ratings.)
Clinton's triumphs ended a month of defeats for the former first lady, who told jubilant supporters, "We're going on, we're going strong and we're going all the way."
Seriously...are you really surprised?
My first clue that I was right on target was when the guy called in to the Glenn Beck program yesterday saying that everyone in Ohio that had been registered Republican was now registered as unaffiliated. Hmmmm.....now what could that mean? If it were to help a particular candidate, who might that be? Especially after Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter asked Republicans to torpedo the Democrats by voting for Hillary.
A friend of mine asked me last Saturday if I still stand by my Hillary Conspiracy. I told him that I did. Last night's results didn't surprise me in the least.
Barack Obama is young. He'll have another chance. But Hillary has paid her dues through such things as Hillarycare and schmoozing with the Chinese.
It's Hillary's turn. Unfortunately, she will be president. Ohio and Texas were but light snacks for her on the road to the White House.