And the hits just keep on comin'.
Barack racked up two more wins last night- Wisconsin and Hawaii- making it 10 in a row. That's the good news for the Clinton camp, really. The bad news? He's taking voters away from her.
If exit polling can be trusted (and, for the moment, let's pretend that it can), blue-collar workers and women (aka "Clinton's base") are flocking to Obama all of a sudden. And winning an industrial state like Wisconsin (where the black voters are much lower than in, say, Virginia or any of the Southern states he won) does not bode well for Clinton's chances in Ohio and, later, Pennsylvania.
Shucks, even the Texans are starting to flip to Obama. Granted, I don't put much trust in the voters of Texas (look at their former governors, for example), but with Barack putting up these kinds of numbers, Clinton's chances of overtaking him in the delegate count get slimmer and slimmer.
She doesn't just have to win Ohio and Texas. She has to win by HUGE numbers.
And, folks, that's just not likely to happen. Could be the beginning of the end for the Clinton campaign.