Tuesday, June 03, 2008

IT'S OVER, IT'S OVER, IT'S OVER

... to quote a certain Roy Orbison song.

My quote is thank GOD, my Tuesday nights are liberated from primary coverage on the TV, finally. Who knew that Montana and South Dakota would count in the primary season, on the very last primary day of them all.

CNN is reporting that Barack Obama is 4 delegates short of clinching the nomination and they have a big graphic up in the background behind Wolf Blitzer, saying "4 Needed". In fact AP has reported that Obama has already won the nomination.

Superdelegates have been announcing for Obama all day. There is also great mystery as to what Hillary Clinton is going to say or do and a lot of bogus speculation out there about this that and the next thing. Who knows. In the meantime, we wait.

Barack Obama gives a big address tonight in St. Paul (site of the Republican convention later this year) where he will officially go over the top. I notice John McCain is speaking now.

For coverage check out the following:
http://www.cnn.com/
http://www.msnbc.com/
http://www.foxnews.com/
http://www.politico.com/
http://www.cspan.org/

That's just a few. Also I understand TVNewser is covering the coverage and liveblogging. Check that out, too.

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