Hillary Clinton is now just about dead meat in the 2008 presidential race. She lost the North Carolina primaries and won the Indiana primary by a very small margin. That means that unless she can somehow pull a political rabbit out of the hat by changing her stance on important political issues by a sufficient amount to change how the super delegates view her platform she can't possibly get the Democratic nomination. It is highly unlikely that she can do that.
So now it appears to be a two horse race. But whether or not Hillary will actually pull out of the race and endorse Obama as the Democratic candidate remains to be seen.
So at this time all indications point to its having been reduced to a two horse race between Obama and McCain.
If that be the case then our indicators are currently telling us that Obama will be our next President.
Labels: Barack Obama, Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Indiana, North Carolina, Presidential Election of 2008, United States