On the Democratic Side, I think Bernie Sanders and his supporters are extremely happy that they hung right in there with Hillary. With O'Malley dropping out, he could actually "Win," but it was a virtual tie. On the Republican side, the easy answer is Cruz as he cruises past the Donald, but I think Marco Rubio is the big winner. He was just a few points down from Cruz and just behind Trump. However, the big loser is Trump, and that's good for America.
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How does 88 place someone in 3rd place? Did you mean 58? The whole caucus thing is confusing as it is. Lol.
yves...because those are the numbers in ONE precinct. :) Then they total all districts.
David....Is it fun & exciting to caucus??
I think Rubio is far far far better than Trump or Cruz. I would consider myself on the left, but I don't like to actually label myself as republican or democrat as I will vote for who I agree with the most. But the idea of Cruz or Trump is scary.
To clarify, Rubio was a landslide first place winner in my precinct. They announced Rubio at 88 AFTER they gave the tally for Cruz and Trump, so I did the same.
I see. Thanks for clarifying, Paula and David.
Frankly, NO ONE wants Hillary & Bernie Sanders would be a WORSE president than Obama.
The progressives can't get enough of Clinton & Sanders. I wouldn't vote for either one, but some go for the promise of a social order that is supposedly fair. You and I know what socialism does to nations, and it ain't pretty.
Actually, you are wrong, Savvy. Hilary won Iowa.
Yes, I know she won, but I think of Sanders as the big winner because he held his own. Also, at least Sanders is authentic, unlike Hillary, who is a liar and who has a black soul.
I would argue that A LOT of people want Hillary and a lot of people want Bernie. If the younger generation (my generation) actually goes out and votes, Bernie would win in a landslide, against anyone. But sadly, we tend not to vote.
I don't understand your comment as the second "paragraph" is a very scattered run-on sentence. And I don't think all of the candidates are pathetic, I think there a quite a few good candidates, but there are a few that are scary. #TheDonald
Your failure to comprehend my comment is truly on your side. All should be Allow, and I didn't realize that this was a grammar question.
@brad No one cares if your grammar is bad but your sentences aren't even coherent; they sound like a drunk child wrote them. For the sake of constructive discourse I'll assume you meant: "Partisan politics cause gridlock that a president cannot fix."