Wednesday, April 6, 2016

All That Work for a Net Gain of Three.

      Bernie Sanders may have won Wisconsin by 14 points but only gets a 46-43 edge in pledged delegates. Add in the Badger State's super delegates and you realize the status quo knows what they are doing.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Front runners Hillary has lost 7 out of her last 8 primaries to Sanders and The Art of the Con has lost how many of the previous six to Cruz.

The fix is in with super delegates for Hilly but Trump is never going to reach the magic number.

Don't anyone try to say it was stolen from him come convention time.
The rules are the rules.

Anonymous said...

Bernie's platform shows that he lacks a basic understanding of mathematics and the processes of his own party. Like playing poker with a five year old doesn't know how read, ole Bernie fails to understand the cards in his hand.

Middle-Class Mike said...

The weakness of the Hillary Clinton candidacy is best understood when you look at the map -- she took the South, but can't hold it in the General-- and the North isn't in love with her either! Mike Flynn 'Middle Class Mike'

Anonymous said...

It does not matter at all. She wins and this has been a colossal waste of time. The system is broken.

Anonymous said...

CR mentioned a rally in Scotia.

Scotia is just outside of Schenectady, not near Middletown as you stated.
Close enough for you to take it in!

Anonymous said...

Bernie had better watch out, Hillary has let it be known that she is tired of his shenanigans.
Bernie is liable to come down with a terminal case of the Ron Brown Flue or Vince Fosteritis or worse yet the Bengazzies.

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

Maybe a time to consider not having parties involved in the actual nominating process ... they can still do other things, but not be so deep in the actual control over voter preference.

Just a thought.