I find the media's fascination with The Billary's insistence on staying in the race hilarious.
Let's look at this using a sports metaphor... say basketball.
Obamania's up by twenty with about two minutes to go in the game. Should The Billary just pack it in knowing that victory is a near impossibility or should they keep playing until the game is actually over?
Let's take the game of golf. Would a guy playing Tiger Woods just pack it in if he was down by ten strokes with two holes to play?
I've actually never quite understood the nobility for candidates to concede defeat or, in The Billary's case, drop out before the victory is actually locked up. You shouldn't need to concede anything. The vote count is the vote count. Just like a score is a score. You don't see coaches getting on the PA systems of games exclaiming that they appreciate the support of the fans and congratulating the opponent before the game is actually over.
Why are politics different? I think it's a wimp thing. Since nearly every politician is a self absorbed, chicken shit, we've created this culture where we have to show defference to the losing candidate. It's no surprise these are the same people who created soccer games with no scores.
What's even more amazing are all these pundits who keep writing about a something that's a non factor. If it's truly over for The Billary, why are you writing about it? It must not be if you keep clamoring for The Billary to get out of the race.
At least Obamania, has recognized that you don't give continued air time to a lost cause.
So here's a clue for the brain dead media. If you think it's over for The Billary, ignore it. Just like I change the channel when the Red's put Todd Coffey in the game. I know it's over, now let's check out American Idol.
On a somewhat related subject. Can you imagine the media's reaction if Mike Huckabee served up a FORTY point beat down victory after McCain became the presumptive GOP nominee?