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12:10 PM ET, May 7, 2008

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Scott Helman / Boston Globe:
AP: Clinton loaned herself $6.4m  —  INDIANAPOLIS — The Associated Press has confirmed this morning what many have been wondering in recent days: that Hillary Clinton, short on cash, long on debts, and facing a steep climb to the Democratic nomination, loaned herself another $6.4 million over the past month.
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Andrew Malcolm / Top of the Ticket:
Hillary and Bill Clinton in defeat and victory: When pictures tell the story  —  Just look at his face!  —  Doesn't William Jefferson Clinton look absolutely delighted with his wife's Democratic presidential primary victory in Indiana?  —  Sure the Clinton campaign (Hillary's) had hoped to do much better in North Carolina.
Discussion: Power Line
Thomas M. Defrank / NY Daily News:
Ugly truth why Hillary Clinton won't quit  —  While the case for Hillary Clinton to stay in the race is shakier than ever, one ugly reason for staying in could be found Tuesday amid the ruddy, sun-kissed Hoosiers who cheered her on to victory at the Indianapolis Speedway.
Adam Nagourney / New York Times:
Clinton's Options Seem to Dwindle  —  In this case, a split was not a draw.  —  Despite narrowly winning Indiana, while losing North Carolina, Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton did not fundamentally improve her chances of securing the Democratic presidential nomination.
Marc Ambinder:
Obama Wins; How Does Clinton Lose?  —  Barack Obama is, by almost every measure and by almost every unmeasurable impression, on the precipice of being able to declare victory and have his declaration be accepted by the media and his party.  Hillary Clinton needed to find a way to give superdelegates their …
Krooney / The Page:
BUNCHES OF SUPERS  —  George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America”: “More superdelegates will come out today for Barack Obama -they will come three, four, five at a time, and this nomination will be locked up.”
New York Times:
It's About the White House  —  Like many Americans, we have been intrigued and often exasperated by the long-running Democratic primary and the ever smaller-bore spats between Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.  So we are thankful to Senator John McCain for reminding us Tuesday …
Domenico Montanaro / MSNBC:
FIRST THOUGHTS: THE GAME CHANGER  —  From Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, and Domenico Montanaro  —  *** The game-changer: In a way, Clinton turned out to be prescient when she said that the North Carolina and Indiana contests would be a game-changer in the race for the Democratic nomination.
Discussion: Spin Cycle
David Paul Kuhn / The Politico:
What happened in Ind. and N.C.  —  The contests in Indiana and North Carolina continued long demographic trends that are proving to be destiny in the 2008 Democratic primaries.  —  According to exit polls, a third of North Carolina voters were black — and with the support of more than nine …
New York Times:
Clinton to Fight On Despite Split Result
Discussion: TalkLeft
Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Garin: Clinton won the white vote
Discussion: Swampland
Washington Post:
Clinton Aides Doubtful About Future
Todd Beeton / MyDD:
The Tie Has Been Broken  —  Yep, I'm still up.  Sorry it's taken me so long to weigh in with a sort of post-mortem on tonight, this has taken me longer to compose than I had expected and I now realize I should have put an overnight thread up.  I look forward to hearing everyone's thoughts - Todd
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Ben Smith / Ben Smith's Blogs:
Russert: Clinton cancels morning show appearances
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
HMMM  —  NBC just reported that Hillary Clinton is holding no public events tomorrow.
Greg Sargent / TPM Election Central:
Hillary Reportedly Will Hold No Public Events Tomorrow
Discussion: GINA COBB
John Bresnahan / The Politico:
GOP leaders warn of election disaster  —  Shellshocked House Republicans got warnings from leaders past and present Tuesday: Your party's message isn't good enough to prevent disaster in November, and neither is the NRCC's money.  —  The double shot of bad news had one veteran Republican …
Alec MacGillis / The Trail:
Gary Mayor Predicts Possible Indiana Shocker  —  As the fate of a nailbiter Indiana primary — and possibly the course of the Democratic race — hung on his city, Gary Mayor Rudy Clay said just now that it might take a while yet to finish counting the vote in Lake County, which includes Gary …
Michael Gerson / Washington Post:
A Phony ‘War on Science’  —  There are few things in American politics more irrationally ideological, more fanatically faith-based, than the accusation that Republicans are conducting a “war on science.”  —  According to Hillary Clinton, the Bush administration has declared “open season on open inquiry.”
Discussion: Too Sense
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Kevin Drum / Washington Monthly:
THE REPUBLICAN WAR ON SCIENCE....Michael Gerson today:
Discussion: The Foundry and Crooked Timber
Daniel W. Reilly / The Crypt's Blogs:
House GOP rallies at White House  —  Seeking to put a spate of bad news behind them, House Republicans headed over to the White House on Wednesday morning, as members gathered for a rally with President Bush.  —  Despite losing a special election on their home turf in Louisiana on Saturday night …
Discussion: The Swamp
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Deirdre Walsh / CNN:
Troop withdrawal added to war funding bill
Discussion: BLACKFIVE and Hot Air
Deacon / Power Line:
“THE BIGGEST FAIRY TALE EVER” IS ABOUT TO COME TRUE  —  Hillary Clinton held on to win the Indiana primary by a bit more than 20,000 votes, and two percentage points.  Losing a neighboring state isn't usually a path to nomination, but in these circumstances it may well be enough effectively to end the hopes of his rival.
James Kirchick / The Politico:
Liberals' new cause: Religious extremism  —  Open the pages of a liberal magazine or peruse the liberal blogosphere, and you're bound to come across denunciations of the religious right, if not religion itself.  The “reality-based community,” as self-satisfied liberal bloggers call themselves …
Discussion: Dean's World
 
 
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