SOME SUPER THOUGHTS ON A NOT-SO SUPER TUESD-- (OH, WHATEVER)
Thing that scares me, of course, is that Mike "I Don't Heart" Huckabee has emerged as the likely vice-Presidential candidate at this point. Not sure if anyone else has been analyzing that, but he sure seems like the smart play for McCain -- shore up his support in states where he'd otherwise get a run for his money from Hillary: Arkansas, Tennessee, West Virginia, etc.
Plus, wouldn't that help get out the vote among evangelicals who might otherwise sit this one out? Just food for thought.
(So chow down, and regurgitate your own thoughts in the comments.)
Meanwhile, the Dems look to be dug in for a long one. I think Hillary'll hang on, if it's close come convention time, of course she'll win. She's a Clinton, for crissakes! I'm not sure I really understand this whole superdelegate thing, but basically I think it means there are a bunch of reps at the convention who can swing their support to whomever the hell they feel like. Doesn't matter how the voters of their states went.
Is that pretty much it?
Well, Hill seems to have more of them than Obama, and I have little-to-no doubt that most of them'll go her way when the chips are on the felt.
The Maverick vs. Hillary? Ugh, that's ugly.