On his way to a 35-point loss in Kentucky, Obama did manage to win two counties. Mind you, those were apparently two out of the three counties in which he managed to get more than 40% of the vote. Some of the lowlights included Magoffin County in the eastern part of the state, where he picked up 5% of the vote to Clinton’s 93. She has netted something like 240,000 votes. Needless to say, Clinton has never suffered two primary defeats of such magnitude in consecutive weeks, or indeed at any time during the last five months, and it will be pretty much unprecedented to nominate the candidate who has lost two consecutive primaries this badly. Oregon can soften the blow later tonight, but it won’t undo the damage.
from The American Conservative