In hour after hour of frequently repetitive punditry, not a single one raised this question:

How can John McCain expect to win Pennsylvania in the fall when he was roundly rejected by a whopping 27 percent of his own Republicans in the state, including 11 percent who voted for a guy who dropped out weeks ago?

McCain: 575,543 72.7 percent
Paul: 125,705 15,9 percent
Huckabee 89,957 11.4 percent

It's not that silly. Ron Paul's voters are against the war and for the Constitution which could steer them to a fall Democrat, while Mike Huckabee's backers are evangelicals who tend to stay home when they don't like a candidate. You don't think 215,000 voters could decide Pennsylvania?