Perhaps the most striking conclusion to be drawn from this weekâ€™s Pennsylvania Primary is that, despite its results, nothing in the Democrat Partyâ€™s currently tangled state will change. And this would have been so, no matter how the election had unfolded.
A mere win by Hillary, even with her ten-point margin over Barack Obama, was not sufficient to alter the course of this bitter race between the two liberal Democrats. Both sides assert reasons to still claim the political, as well as â€œmoralâ€ high ground. And neither would consider, under any circumstances, conceding the end game to the other, whether for the good of their party or the country.