2. Texas is close enough that Obama may lose the popular vote and win the most delegates
3. If you do the delegate math, there is virtually no way for Clinton to top Obama.
Those of us hoping for a knock-out blow to the negative Clinton campaign will have to wait awhile longer. Ohio and Rhode Island went for her decisively. Even though her supporters have said she needed to win Texas by a large margin to have a chance at the nomination, Clinton is likely to stay in the race until the bitter end, something that can only help tonight’s big winner, John McCain.
(Fourth, bonus, good thing: Huckabee withdraws from the race.)