Hillary Clinton is becoming much like her husband:
She is becoming the "comeback" girl.
Obama still has more delegates.
But her wins in Ohio and New York have placed Mrs. Clinton back into the saddle.
The ensuing months will probably pave the path for a battle royal and not a photo finish.
But politics is like the weather, and not completely accurate in its forecast.
Obama's smooth persona and smooth-talking may not be as convincing as Mrs. Clinton's louder and more strident voice.
Americans in general, however, are hedging their hopes and bets on a candidate who will ease the pains of the current $3,000,000,000,000 war economy.
(Thank you George W. Bush...for everything...and your nothingness.)
That's an oxymoron.
John McCain is now riding in the war chariot, enshrouded in the disgraceful mantle of George W. Bush, maintaining a strong grip on the Decider's battle ax and his pathetic half-decade old mantra to achieve Victory in Iraq.
McCain will not win the hearts, minds or pocketbooks of the American electorate.
This leaves McCain's chance to win with faulty electronic voting machines, an obeisant U.S. Supreme Court, or some other October surprise before the general election in November.
IT'S THE OIL STUPID!