Well, I was partially right. Although I didn't predict the structure of the nomination correctly, I did correctly call the presidential candidates, assuming that Obama sweeps up the remainder of the delegates he needs.
Regardless of who wins the nomination, this election will be choosing a candidate of change. You may think that McCain can't be much of a change. I'd point out that McCain is a representative of the absurdly old. If he's elected, he'll be the oldest president in history by 2011. This is probably my only real issue with McCain, actually. After all, Reagan was elected younger, and he was suffering from Alzheimer's while still in the White House.