No, I’m not pandering to the Hispanic vote like Clinton and Sanders were in Nevada.
I'm not even going for the union vote, as I'm doing my own dishes.
Speaking of Nevada, how about them numbers, eh?
My goodness, we just had 11,985 people vote in a state that has 2.8 million people.
That means 0.4% of the people of Nevada took part.
Wow, that’s something, huh?
It’s also something how the corporate media is spinning this off as a huge comeback, a breath of life if you will, for Clinton.
What a joke.
Clinton got 6,309 votes and Sanders got 5,668 (8 are uncommitted).
That means Clinton “won” by 641 votes. I say “won” because she gets 19 delegates and Sanders gets 15.
Those 8 people that are uncommitted have 4 delegates.
Over on the GOP side it’s winner take all – Trump nabbed the 50 delegates and the other clowns didn’t get shit.
Trump got 239,851 votes, or 32.5%
Next up was Rubio with 22.5% and then Cruz with 22.3%
All told, 737,917 people voted out of the South Carolina population of 4.8 million.
That means 15% of the population voted.
Wow, that’s a helluva lot better than those lazy asses in Nevada!
Again from the corporate media, we get spin.
For the most part it’s, wow – look at Rubio...he could make it!
Stop feeding me that shit.
Rubio is a poor, sad bastard that has to suck the corporate cock just like all the other poor, sad bastards out there.
Trump doesn’t need to do that.
Cruz of course has to do that. He’s such an establishment prick that it’s not even funny.
Don’t be fooled for one second by his self-proclaimed outsider and upstart status. He’s an asshole, plain and simple, and doesn’t give one damn about you and your family.
I don’t think Trump does either, but at least the guy’s pointing at the problems and sayin’ let’s do something!
You won’t get that from these other ass-clowns.
Democratic voters have pretty much let the corporate media convince them that Sanders has no chance to actually win when it’s all said and done.
Hey, the guy can’t even get past the convention, we're told.
That’s what I’m hearing, or at least getting a sense of. And maybe they're right - look at this kooky delegate situation.
I mean...WTF on the super delegates already?
For the most part, Democrats better hope Sanders is the nominee if they want to keep the White House.
Republicans hate Clinton with a passion and many swing voters do as well.
I hate her.
Because of that, we will never vote for her and will actively campaign for anyone besides her.
If that anyone just so happens to be Trump, so be it.
I like the guy, myself, I like that he makes so many uncomfortable.
- Trump got 233,542 more votes than Clinton yesterday.
- Trump got 5,154 more votes than she did in New Hampshire (Sanders beat him by 51,448 votes).
- Trump got 44,726 more votes than Clinton in Iowa a while back.
The point is, Trump excites people, Hillary doesn’t. Worse, Hillary turns them off.
Trump does too, but not nearly as much as he attracts new voters or people that are just sick of it.
Because of that, he’ll win.
Montana Democrats should take note of that.
- If Trump is the candidate, Gianforte will win.
- If Hillary is the candidate, Gianforte will win.
- If Bernie is the candidate, Bullock just might pull it off.
Personally, I hope to hell someone comes in and challenges Bullock and we can get rid of him and his lawyer and banker 'friends'.
Until then, he’s the man.
Doesn’t have much of a strategy, besides raising money out of state. He has no ground campaign to speak of either, at least the kind that meets actual voters and not just brownnosers.
Filing for Montana ends on March 14.
If you think you can help Montana, file in your district. Don’t let the machines of both parties intimidate you – you intimidate them.
That’s right – this is your country, not some political party’s.
Politicians spent years warning us of those vile things, even George Washington.
So don’t take shit, be skeptical of the corporate media, and keep your mind open.
2016 is going to get a lot spicier, and I’m not just talking about what’s cooking.