(I couldn't resist copying Drudge's photo and headline.)
Will Clinton be comeback kid?
It looks like she is not out of the running yet. The latest delegate count has her with 1,423 and Obama with 1,512. I think this election season just took one more unexpected turn. Something tells me the mud is going to start flying in the Democratic race.
Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton defeated Senator Barack Obama in Ohio and Texas on Tuesday, ending a string of defeats and allowing her to soldier on in a Democratic presidential nomination race that now seems unlikely to end any time soon.
Mrs. Clinton also won Rhode Island, while Mr. Obama won in Vermont. But the results mean that Mrs. Clinton won the two states she most needed to keep her candidacy alive.
Her victory in Texas was razor thin and came only after most Americans had gone to bed. But by winning decisively in Ohio earlier in the evening, Mrs. Clinton was able to deliver a televised victory speech in time for the late-night news. And the result there allowed her to cast Tuesday as the beginning of a comeback even though she stood a good chance of gaining no ground against Mr. Obama in the hunt for delegates.
On the Republican side, McCain clinches the nomination and Huckabee drops out.
It's 3 AM and I should be asleep! Or should I?