The event of Super Tuesday has certainly proofed bookmakers wrong about the chances of Barrack Obama making it to the White House come November. Even the Obama camp, not so sure, warned some days before Super Tuesday that the opponent was so mighty that Obama might have a tough time winning a single contest outside of his home state of Illinois.
After Obama's 13 states wins (838 delegates) on Super Tuesday, compared to Hillary Clinton's 8 with 834 votes (with New Mexico still too close to call, as at the time (08:25am Nigerian time) of typing this, the end seems very far. Though Senator Obama is becoming more popular by the day, I see winning 2,025 votes a herculean task for either of the frontrunners.
I am also of the opinion that should any of these candidates pick the ticket, is there any assurance that the other camp will still be loyal to the party? Can any of the candidates face Senator John McCain alone without the support of the other?
While it is my dream to see the first black American president or the first Her Excellency, President of the United States, can any of the camp do it all alone?
How then about Clinton/Obama or Obama/Clinton ticket (one as Pres and the other, VP)?. I think they need one another at this time, in order to form a formidable team to challenge the Republican party.
What do you think?