Of course, the Billary shills at TalkLeft are in full denial mode (and blaming the media as usual, this time for not calling a win for Hillary midway in what turned out to be a very narrow victory for Billary), but no Hillary supporter can be happy about her barely winning Indiana. She needed a decisive win to legitimize the huge ego that has her staying in the race and by no means did she get it, while Barack made a slam dunk in North Carolina:
But Obama resoundingly won in North Carolina, leaving a split decision and more pressure on Clinton's campaign.
Clinton vowed at a late-night rally in Indianapolis that her campaign would continue at "full speed" — then made an appeal for money to fight on in the face of a fund-raising disadvantage.
The liberal media will call this a split decision, but I'm calling Tuesday's results in IN and NC as a win for Barack partly because he overcame the Rev. Wright controversy while bringing the race back to what most: the issues. By the way, how about that "Operation Chaos"?