U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, running a negative campaign, derailed, the Barack Obama love train in Tuesday's primary elections.
Raising fears about his lack of experience and his personal honesty, Clinton picked up big wins in Texas and Ohio.
Still, he remains the odds-on favorite to win the Democratic Party nomination and a strong candidate to take the presidency.
That has Washington Post columnist Michael Gerson thinking about Obama's foreign policy and what this neophyte national politician's first 100 days in office would be like. It's not a pretty picture.