Moving the goalposts: Forget Ohio, forget Texas, forget Pennsylvania. Newsweek now tells us that the new Super Tuesday is May 6 — when Indiana votes. Others have said that whoever wins North Carolina (also voting on May 6) wins the nomination. Whatever it is, it’s not about the math because the math hates Hillary. It’s all about delayed gratification. Hillary wants it; the traditional media craves it; the supers are transfixed by it; and the Republicans most definitely love it.
The horse race analogy is so 2004: Hillary says the campaign is like a basketball game entering the fourth quarter — and she sees herself nailing the buzzer-beater. On the other hand, Obama says the campaign is like a good movie that’s gone on a half an hour too long — which begs the question: will he leave the gun and take the canoli?
Stupid as a bag of bricks: New York’s governor is in trouble for (among other things) revealing that he’s had multiple affairs (no, not Sptizer — the other guy). Sooooooooo…..let’s push him aside and make way for Bill and Hillary Clinton to take over in Albany! Make sense to you? Me neither.