If Hillary Clinton has a sense of self preservation, and I'd say she has a heaping helping of it, she will bow out of the race for Democratic nominee in the next 48 hours. For her, the party, no pun intended, is well and truly over. The putative momentum Ms. Clinton built up due to her victory in Pennsylvania, combined with her and the national media's fanning of the Reverend Wright flames, seems to have been illusory, at least where North Carolina and Indiana voters were concerned. As a result, she is now all but mathematically out of the race.
In practical terms that means that she should leave the race, pronto. However, given that she just borrowed six and half million dollars for her campaign, it doesn't appear that Ms. Clinton is going to come to her senses and depart before she ruins what is left of her good name. Personally, I'd be happy for her to waste millions of her personal fortune on an effort that would almost certainly be politically, if not financially, ruinous, since I think she's part of the problem, not the solution, as they coined the phrase back when Hillary and Bill Clinton were still undergraduates. And while I am far from convinced that Obama will make a decent President, I'm sure I wouldn't like HRC.
In any case, I have always been eager to see Obama versus McCain. It's a much more interesting match, for obvious reasons, youth versus age, black versus white, short versus tall, etc. etc. Perhaps Ms. Clinton will come to her senses and stop standing in the way of inevitability long enough to save herself some portion of the six and half million she just borrowed to keep her own personal good ship lollipop from sinking beneath the political waves. Given Ms. Clinton's obvious desperation to occupy the Oval Office, I, for one, am not betting on it.