Democrats in Ohio are still reported to be for Hillary Clinton. But her lead has slipped to a point (about 5%) where it is no longer "safe". Outcome in Texas is up in the air. March 4th, when primaries will take place in those two states, is a crucial day for both Clinton and Obama.
What will happen next is a matter of concern to all Democrats. For one candidate it would be time to "fish or cut bait". Though yet to be officially anointed, Republicans have a candidate. Infighting among Democrats is the last thing we need. Sooner the Democratic contender is named the better we shall be to begin the real battle for White House.
Let us hope that the Democrats will come together and act for the good of the party. Protracted behind the scene manoeuvres by power brokers for support from super delegates must be avoided. Heed the people's will and decide long before March 15th (The ides of March).*
Bush: US Is Not Headed Into Recession
Caesar:Who is it in the press that calls on me?I hear a tongue shriller than all the musicCry "Caesar!" Speak, Caesar is turn'd to hear.Soothsayer:Beware the ides of March.Caesar:What man is that?
Brutus:A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of March.
(Julius Caesar, Act I, Scene 2)*****