So, Obama wins the Wyoming caucus by a wide margin--61 percent to 38 percent--and garners at least 7 of the 12 delegates. The Clinton team wins 4 delegates, with one delegate still outstanding. The final count could very well turn out to be 8-4 in Obama's favor.
Why, then, is the Clinton camp saying that it's "thrilled with this near split" in the delegate count?
We've already had one president whose inability to acknowledge reality consistently led us astray.
Do we really want another?
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