There is a very interesting article in this issue of Forbes about OXHP.
It says exactly what I said a long time ago about OXHP. Their business model is easily duplicated, and others have started taking market share away from them.
Also, to control costs, they have limited their subscribers' options.
I personally have always believed HUM's business model was more viable than OXHP's.
The Forbes article also says OXHP is shrinking rapidly, having lost 25% of their subscribers. A lot of this was intentional, but a lot was not.
One more interesting point, the article notes that OXHP wants to grow, but they are having difficulties doing so in their core market. Their stock has increased a lot more dramatically than HUM's. I would not be at all surprised if OXHP makes a run at HUM.
It is a tie. They can count forever but we will never know who really won Florida -- there is no way to determine a result that won't be inside the margin of error for that method of counting. Too bad there is no established mechanism for allocating delegates under such circumstances.
Flip a coin! It's as good as anything at this point.