Is This The "New" Math?
Status Quo Ante
Lots of spin coming from both campaigns tonight. I'd say the real story is that this leaves us basically where we were. It was a decisive win for Hillary but that was the expectation. Going into tonight I think the dividing line was about 8 points. Closer than that and the story would have been that Obama didn't win but closed the margin (which is how it looked early in the evening). A bigger margin than that and the story would be that Hillary got her big victory. So the 10 point spread is close to the dividing line but on Hillary's side of it. There's a lot of crowing from Hillary's campaign tonight about a shift in momentum and doubts about Obama. Tomorrow there will be a lot of chatter from Obama's campaign that none of that really matters because of the reality of the delegate numbers which won't change much.
Like I said, I think that means we're basically right where we were.
This is just fuck-stick stupid. Does WKJM even read the crap he (or she) writes?
10 = 8 X 125%
That's not "close to the dividing line."
I knew I shouldn't go there, but I wanted to see how the OFB were taking it. Denial isn't a river in Egypt.