by: the Common Constitutionalist
On his radio show Wednesday morning, Glenn and his posse, Pat, Stu and Jeffy, did a recap of the Super Tuesday results. Everyone now knows that despite Trump winning 7 States, his night was not the runaway success he predicted and that pundits touted the day after.
As it stands today, before this weekend’s five primaries, the delegate count is relatively close – less than 100 delegates separate Trump and Cruz. Then there are the other three, Rubio, Kasich and Carson. Combined, the bottom three doesn’t even come close to Cruz’s delegate count, much less Trump’s.
So that would lead any thinking person to conclude that there is, as Ben Carson said, “no way forward” for any of these three. Try as he may, Rubio can attempt to put lipstick on his pig of a campaign, but it won’t change the facts. And they are that there is no way for him to win.
Carson has admitted his campaign is going nowhere, yet we must wait until today for an official announcement during his speech at CPAC – I guess. Everyone expects him to announce – but with this guy – who knows. It’s very odd. One would expect most of his votes would revert to Cruz, but again – who knows.