Barack Obama now leads Hillary Clinton by over 150 elected pledged delegates, which is more than 15 times her net gain of 10 delegates in the Pennsylvania primary.
Hillary Clinton appropriately calls her Pennsylvania win an "overwhelming victory". With less than thrice (408) the total delegates of Pennsylvania (158) to be elected in the remaining races, what kind of superlative of "overwhelming victory" does she imagine to be given to her by the universe?
Another way of making Obama's abstract delegate lead of 150+ very concrete is this list of Clinton's victories which she has described as blowouts, landslides and game changers and which combined give her less than a net gain of 150 delegates: Pennsylvania (10), Texas (-5), Ohio (7), California (38), Massachusetts (17), New York (46), Tennessee (12), New Mexico (2), New Jersey (11), Arizona (6), Rhode Island (5). Obama leads Clinton by the equivalent of these huge victories in big states.