Looks like Clinton and Obama are pretty much tied, which makes the Texas primary more important. I had hoped that Obama would really pull away yesterday, but . . .
When I think of Clinton in the White House I do have some misgivings. It just seems that it will be politics-as-usual, deeper polarizations, the Republicans going after her with their nastiness in full gear. I worry that she will let the war continue. Of course, with Clinton in the White House more attention will be paid to the needs of children, and for whatever good she can do in that area (and many others), I will be grateful. Plus, there is the feeling I will have ~ I know it will be there ~ of having a woman as president. My heart will be full. Little girls all over the world so need to see this. We ALL need to see this.
When I think of Obama in the White House, I have more hope. He will reach out to Republicans, and those who really do put their country before their egos will respond positively. The country can start moving forward again. After reading some of the commentary this morning, I admit to some fear that ultra conservatives (read: racists) will really start to cause some horrible problems for Obama. I pray for his protection. And I pray that his message of hope and reconciliation will simply overcome them, drowning out their hateful voices, and that HE WILL WIN IN NOVEMBER. YES!!!