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I see basically bad news for our party, bad news for each campaign. I'm hoping
this doesn't get worse, but I'm not getting my hopes up.
is the winner here, this was way too close for this campaign to claim any
bragging rights. Now I know Clinton
people will offer up the usual caveats: rural white people, semi-open caucus
system, etc. And that's all true. But the fact is the campaign chose to
compete here and the win was unimpressive. There is no way I'd be thinking
‘stick to the plan’ after a what is basically a tie. Even if the nomination
case is on firmer footing, the general election caae for this campaign is weak.
They have to do better than this crap. Clearly. Democrats should be thanking
Bernie Sanders right now because clearly the frontrunner has some glaring
weaknesses that need correcting.
the Sanders Campaign to claim something out of this is perfectly fair. They
remind me of ‘flurry’ boxers from my GG days. Huge myriad of combinations, none
of them strong enough to leave a mark. The Sanders Campaign promised to expand
the electorate and win the disaffected and so on. But that failed to
materialize in probably the most favorable territory he's going to see for
the next month and a half. Sanders should be especially disappointed by his
underperformance in Des Moines, which is the
most Democratic Party of America looking place in Iowa. If I were the Sanders Campaign,
I'd be asking about why they campaign can't seem to get out of a very rural,
very white box. There's no path to victory there in this party. A strong
performance, but not one likely to change any minds elsewhere in
the country. I know Sanders folks believe a wave of socialism is sweeping
the country, but if Iowa
is any indication, its a very narrow demographic, not big enough for victory.