Of course, Texas and Ohio were last night. We were supposed to get answers, but all we got was more uncertainty. Obama and Clinton are close in the delegate count. And I've watched John King do the touch screen voter breakdown enough times on CNN to know that that's not likely to change. Even if this goes all the way through Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, and - Paraguay - neither will get enough delegates to win. The democratic candidate is most likely not going to be decided by voters. Some sort of backroom deal among the candidates, the party and maybe the super delegates will have to be struck. So let us be the first to throw this one out there - Hillary and Obama split the Presidency. Faith Salie explains.