Days of Change

The Biggest Loser | March 24, 2016

Ted Cruz won Utah and Wyoming with more than 50% of the vote. Donald Trump has yet to beat 50% in any state. Trump is pulling ahead in the delegate count, but it still relying on winning bigger states with just enough of a plurality to get the delegates. It seems pretty likely that even if Trump gets the nomination, less than half of Republican voters will have chosen him.

These kind of statistics are why I don’t accept that there is some kind of miscarriage of justice if Trump does not become the nominee. Then again, i don’t have much faith that the GOP can even use its own rules to prevent him from winning 1237 delegates.That’s what it takes, no matter what the GOP says now.

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  1. Fox reported last night that a poll shows Kasich, then Cruz, then Trump have the best chance to beat Hillary. I say, nonsense to what smells like a “poll” of GOP “elites”. The liars are obviously aiming for a brokered convention where Kasich will be the losing-before-he-begins nominee.

    Rush was exactly right months ago when he said the GOP establishment would sooner have Hillary win than Trump.

    The moral of the story: the GOP sabotage of Trump is what happens to those who cannot be bought or owned by by the boys from Orwell’s pig sty.

    Comment by Mary — March 25, 2016 @ 4:29 am


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