to have the greatest support. Except Republican votes were split between six candidates.
Now there are four.
Carly what's- her -name cast the evil eye on Hillary on her way out the door.
She advised the young and women not to take advice about how to vote.Then advised them not to vote for Hillary.
I suspect other Sanders backers are masquerading Republicans with a method to their madness.
The media went berserk after New Hampshire votes were counted. Every possible conjugation was cited to give meaning to both elections and a few more that contribute nothing at all to the conclusion.
A preponderance of the evidence is strange to us but some things are obvious.
Bernie Sanders has been successful in politics by not aligning himself with any party discipline.
It leaves him free as a bird to associate or disassociate, as suits the occasion.
Sanders is no neophyte.
He knows the territory. He knows what to say to keep him on the popular side of every argument.
He risks nothing. In a fertile field it's a winning strategy.
Clever if not courageous.
Harry Belafonte today speaks of support for someone who "cares deeply about our country"
Belafonte has spoken out before. But he has never offered to serve.
I tend to look for that as a sign of commitment.
Why has his name never been seen on a ballot?