It’s not over, technically. Important questions remain. For example:
-With Marco Rubio bowing out, who has the right stuff to win the support of Donnie Wahlberg?
-Does John “who the hell is John Kasich” Kasich have a chance in hell?
-All but finished mathematically, will Bernie court super delegates?
-Do Super Delegates use their x-ray vision to look at candidate's undergarments?
-Speaking of super powers, is the Justice League movie really going to include Aquaman? Come on, he carries a God Damn trident!
-How did we end up with two candidates that no one likes?
Come one NYT. That’s a little harsh. Plenty of people like HRC. Some, like Dennis Rodman, even like Drumpf. Case and point, this graphic from last week incorporates census data and exit polls to find out what variables were correlated to a vote for Drumpf. Among the most highly correlated were being white and lacking a high school diploma, living in a mobile home, and a history of voting for segregationists, leaving little doubt as to who Florida Man supports.
But, in order to win the Sunshine state, one would imagine The Donald would need support beyond that of satirical Twitter handles and Wal-martivores. Especially with Little Marco Rubio being from the state. One would imagine.
Rubio, however, was DOA in FL. And it doesn’t sound like he’ll be throwing his weight (small and slight as it may be, according to Trump) behind his chief rival – at least from this concession speech.
IT'S ALL OVER NOW, BABY BLUE
Where was Bernie on Tuesday? What happened? With computers down in polling stations across Duval County, it can be safely assumed that most Millennials in the area stayed home. But, what about everybody else?
After winning Michigan, the Ohio loss on Tuesday has to be devastating for the Sanders campaign. And it wasn’t even close in Florida. Clinton earned 74% of the vote in Miami, … More