Today is the day. Assuming all goes as expected in the Texas primaries tonight, former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will have all the delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination.
Not many people ever expected this day to come. It is rather unfortunate that in this country that loves to celebrate "firsts" - First Female Vice President Candidate (Geraldine Ferraro), First African American President (Barack Obama), First Jewish VP Candidate (Joe Lieberman), First Catholic (JFK), etc., that we will not be "celebrating" the First Mormon Candidate. No, somehow that "first" is still an acceptable form of bigotry and bias.
But does it matter? No. Maybe it won't be "celebrated" but it will still happen. And that's momentous enough!