It is over for Barack Obama. He cannot win the Presidency, and neither will Hillary Clinton. As a lifelong Democrat, I am distressed immensely about this, but it is the truth. We might as well skip the next 9 months, kick Bush out of the oval office today and install Sen. McCain as President. It is all but inevitable.
Obama is finished. He has not told the truth about what he does or doesn't know about the hate speech, anti-Americanism and anti-white bigotry of his pastor, Jeremiah Wright. He has lost, or will shortly lose when more facts come out, his personal credibility concerning his church. There are already rumors that photos or tape will surface showing Obama at one of Wright's anti-American sermons, as early as Monday.
There are not enough leftists and race-grievers in the United States to elect Barack Obama as the next President. The political center will abandon Obama in such numbers that it will become mathematically impossible for him to win in November.
The superdelegates to the Democratic Convention will come to realize this over the next few weeks and begin to move toward Hillary Clinton, who will get the nomination.
In November, black voters will abandon the Democratic Party in droves and , in an organized fashion, sit out the Presidential election, effectively handing the Presidency once again to the Republicans.
It's all gone in a puff of Rev. Wright hot air.