It’s not over

Yes, I know what the media is reporting. You, on the other hand, know what credence I place in their analytical abilities and the forced tone of the coverage tends to underline my skepticism. I will wait until either a McCain victory in November or, far less likely, an Obama inauguration in January to declare the Lizard Queen electorally dead in 2008.

You got a nice Democratic Party there. Sure would be a shame if anything happened to it….

UPDATE – You can’t honestly say I didn’t warn you:

He thought a little thing like winning would stop her? Oh, Bambi. Whoever said that after denial comes acceptance hadn’t met the Clintons. If Hillary could not have an acceptance speech, she wasn’t going to have acceptance. “It’s never going to end,” sighed one Democrat who has been advising Hillary. “We’re just moving to a new phase.”

Even as Obama got ready to come out on stage for his victory party, the Clinton campaign announced that it had won a Wyoming superdelegate and Terry McAuliffe introduced her at Baruch as “the next president of the United States.”