The reality is pretty simple: The candidate with the most delegates wins the nomination and regardless of what you may wish that's Obama. He is the inevitable nominee and has been for quite sometime. In spite of the fact that Clinton has found some new friends in the media that seem to keep this campaign going on and on, the facts are the facts. It is, of course, in their interest to keep this disaster going for as long as possible.
Interestingly, Clinton has told us North Carolina will be a "game changer":
“This primary election on Tuesday is a game changer. This is going to make a huge difference in what happens going forward. The entire country – probably even a lot of the world is looking to see what North Carolina decides.”If you believe the polls over at DKos then she will win Indiana and Obama will win North Carolina. If she doesn't win North Carolina and win big, it's over. Or it should be. If North Carolina doesn't change the game like she said it would, she should drop out this week. This thing has really gone on long enough and the longer it goes on she and her staff will be doing the GOP's dirty work and that is destroying the Democratic nominee. I am sure McCain and company want this to go on as long as possible as all it does is continue to take the focus off McCain's weaknesses and give them fodder to use against Obama.
I think today will tell the tale.