That's three big state losses in a row for obama: Ohio, Texas, and Pennsylvania.
Obama out spent her 3 to 1.
He is said to be the front runner. He has lost every big state.
He cant even unify the democrats but he claims he can unify America and the world for that matter.
If this joker isnt strong enough to leave little old Hillary in the dust by now with all her baggage and negative ratings, he sure cant beat McCain.
Obama, in terms of delegates, won Texas. Pa was perfect demographically for Clinton...more women, third oldest state(median age) in the country, less educated, and borders NY, Clinton's home state. Yet despite all this, Clinton could only pull out a 9% win after leading in the polls by 20% last month.
What this all means is Clinton will have a net gain of about 10 delegates and a little over 200,000 in the popular vote. Obama should make that up in NC.
The media likes to play the primaries up but the fact remains that, unless the superdelegates overturn the will of the people, Clinton has no chance.
Unfortunately for you, it's not the flukey rules of the democrat party (the absurd elitism of the superdelegates, and whacking large states off the nomination process) that wins elections - success with the electoral college does. So you want the nominee that has won all the big electoral college vote states to lose the nomination? I'm sure all republicans would like to express their appreciation.