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A month ago, the Obama campaign was trailing by about 20 in both Ohio and Texas. They said their strategy was to try to get close, and win their share of delegates. They did that. They did exactly what they said they wanted to do. When the dust settles from the Texas two-step, their delegate lead will have diminished by less than 10.

Here they are with a popular majority. A majority of states. A nearly insurmountable lead in pledged delegates. And the only surprise in the past month is the size of the margins in the states Obama won.

So why is NPR and other media spinning the Ohio/Texas primaries as this huge loss of momentum and direction for the Obama campaign? Spin just cracks me up.

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