Another reason why her loss may be so difficult for Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, to accept?
She closed strong.
Not only did she stomp on Sen. Barack Obama with more than 30-point victories in West Virginia, Kentuky and Puerto Rico, last night she won a state that Obama was predicted to win by double digits: South Dakota.
There he’d been endorsed by practically every state political icon, minus Mount Rushmore — Daschle, McGovern, Johnson, Herseth-Sandlin.
She lost strong and he got weaker.
Still, he racked up enough points in the first 60% of the contests, it didn’t matter when it came to the final score.