By 7 votes, Barack Obama has won the Guam caucuses, a crucial harbinger of popular opinion going into “Biggest of What’s Left” Tuesday in North Carolina and Indiana. Both Clinton and Obama pick up two delegates each, with Obama holding on to a projected 136 or so delegate lead.
While the much vaunted “momentum” appears to have shifted away from him as a result of Sen. Clinton’s win in Pennsylvania, and of course, the media’s endless fascination with having an angry Black man available to show over and over again (even if he isn’t Sen. Obama himself, Rev. Wright is “close enough”)… if anyone actually buys the importance of primaries, caucuses and the delegates selected thereby… Obama is still ahead, and “plan A”, coming into the convention with a lead, still seems a go.
Stay tuned.