This is Obama's 9th win in a row! McCain expects Obama to be his opponent. He won Wisconsin as well and stated in his speech: "I will fight every moment of every day in this campaign to make sure that Americans are not deceived by an eloquent but empty call for change."
We've heard this before. He uses words, speeches phrases. So does everyone who is campaigning. We cannot predict what promises will come to fruition because the president can't just change whatever he wants. There are other groups (remember Congress?) who decide what becomes law. Hillary wants to make a lot of changes, too. I'm just not sure her policies in her political past are the best tactics for a president. I'm talking about voting yes and then hoping the change doesn't actually happen and also regretting votes numerous times. Plus, the Clintons play tough and do not like to compromise or lose.
Obama told Matt Lauer the nominee might just have to be declared come March 4. All the better for campaigning, even though NC will not have voted yet. Would we still get to? There really wouldn't be a point. But, everyone's votes must be counted! Anyway, good news tonight. Wonder how he'll do in Hawaii?