Despite Sen. Hillary Clinton's big wins against Sen. Barack Obama in Texas, Ohio and Rhode Island on Tuesday, Clinton still finds herself even further behind Obama in the delegate count than she was before her wins. In order to clinch the democratic nomination, Clinton must win the next 12 primaries by a considerable margin - a feat that political analysts say is impossible.
Which explains why Clinton is now floating the idea of a Clinton-Obama ticket. Superdelegates won't help Clinton either: Newsweek's Jonathan Alter asked several prominent undecided superdelegates if they would go against the will of Democratic voters in each state and vote for Clinton. They said no because it would "shatter young people" and be the death of the democratic party.
After all is said and done, Clinton's only chance of returning to the White House is if Obama asks her to run with him against John McCain. Even then her chances are zero and none because John McCain is already at the White House taking measurements of the oval office and interviewing busty secretaries.