There's not much to say because it's rather like watching the tide come in. It's slow, but inevitable.
Or to put it another way, the Clintons are foundering. It's just a question of time before they sink for good. Their flailing about has been unnecessary, and it makes them look desperate and quite frankly silly, especially Bill. It seems as though every time Hillary has a bad week, Bill has been in the news. All she and he have done is alienate the people, namely the uncommitted superdelegates--and some who are already committed to Clinton, whose help they need the most. They are going down; it's just a question whether they will accept it on their own or be forced to.
I think Obama will come out of all this fine. Every candidate has flaws; it's just a question of how he handles them. And there will continue to be problems and mistakes, and people will stay stupid or distorted things. That's politics. It ain't a game of perfect. It's a game of imperfectly realizing certain contingent possibilities at a given point in time. And with Obama certain things will be possible that would not be if Clinton were elected. It's his moment, but that doesn't mean that what he makes possible will be realized, only that it will be more likely. I think the country with varying levels of awareness recognizes this, and it will look past Obama's flaws to elect him.
Obama slowly waxes and Clinton wanes. So now it's just a question of how it will play out, and I don't have a vantage point to have much useful to say about that. I will have some things to say, if I think my perspective offers something not read everywhere else, but I am more interested now in issues that pertain more to the cultural than the political sphere, and I'll probably be reading more and posting less, or maybe posting just in spurts. I want to get back into Taylor and I want to think more about this business of identity, about which my posts here have been my own way of flailing. But that's where my interests lie.