Wednesday, March 16, 2016

After March 15, Bernie can win every state!

This is very encouraging news if you are a Bernie Sanders supporter. Watch this short video, it will lift your spirts!

UNCUT: All of the states most favorable to Clinton have already voted, and the states most favorable to Sanders are still on the calendar. If anyone should be worried about their chances at the nomination waning over time, it’s Hillary Clinton. Read the full article here.

On March 3rd Gaius Publius at Washington's Blog wrote:

Because of the way the Democratic Party voting calendar is structured this year, Clinton’s largest lead will occur on March 15. After that, most of Sanders’ strongest states will vote. What this means is simple:
  • Hillary Clinton will grow her lead until the March 15 states have voted.
  • Bernie Sanders will erase that lead — partly or completely — after March 15.
  • How much of Clinton’s lead he will erase depends on your not buying what the media is selling — that the contest is over.
  • In most scenarios where Sanders wins, he doesn’t retake the lead until June 7, when five states including California cast their ballots. [Actually, it's 6 states, and California alone offers 546 delegates.]

March 15th is the Ides of March; a good way to remember the date. The message — gear up for a battle after the Ides of March, and don’t let the establishment media tell you what to think. They won’t be right until the last state has voted.

Two articles (link and link) at The Nation this morning concur:

  • "The fact of the matter is that the first half of the primary schedule favored Clinton. The second half will favor Bernie."
  • "The rest of the primary calendar is more favorable to Sanders ... But the establishment remains unified in the face of the Sanders insurgency."

UPDATE: I just received this in a newsletter from Bernie's campaign:

We are on track for the nomination. Here's why: What you will not hear from the political and media establishment is that, based on the primary and caucus schedule for the rest of the race, this is the high water mark for the Clinton campaign. Starting today, the map now shifts dramatically in our favor. Arizona, Idaho, and Utah are up next Tuesday. Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington State caucus the Saturday after. Then it's Wisconsin's turn to vote. That means we have an extremely good chance to win nearly every state that votes in the next month. The fact remains that Hillary Clinton’s lead will never be as large as it is right now. From here on out we keep chipping away until we take the lead.




  1. Iowa, the first to vote, was extremely close. Nevada (because Harry Reid rigged the election for Hillary) was also very close. Massachusetts (without Elizabeth Warren's endorsement) was also very close. Illinois (despite their corrupt political system) was also very close. Even Missouri was extremely close. The ONE AND ONLY disappointment so far was Ohio. But Bernie can actually win all the remaining states.
    See how close, check out the election results:

    Here's how Harry rigged Nevada:

  2. Remaining States to vote (Note the lack of Confederate Southern States that's been favorable to Clinton.)

    March 22 - Arizona, Idaho and Utah

    March 26 - Alaska, Hawaii and Washington State

    April 5 - Wisconsin
    April 9 - Wyoming
    April 19 - New York

    April 26 - Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island

    May 3 - Indiana

    May 10 - West Virginia

    May 17 - Kentucky and Oregon

    June 7 - California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota

    June 14 - Washington D.C.

    July - DNC convention

  3. Republican Party official and delegate Curly Haugland: “Political parties [via delegates], choose their presidential nominees, not voters.”

    Democratic Party official and delegate Howard Dean: "Super delegates don't "represent people". I'm not elected by anyone. I'll do what I think is right for the country."

    (* By the way, Bill Clinton is also superdelegate. The two-party system is corrupt. Vote for the Independent Bernie Sanders, or don't vote at all.)


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  5. The establishment Democrats must think Bernie Sanders can beat her in the primary...because they're using GOP scare tactics now.

    POLITICO: "Protracted combat with Hillary Clinton threatens to do real damage in a general election against Donald Trump, senators warn ... Sanders should focus more on stopping Donald Trump and less on why he believes Clinton’s stands on trade, financial regulation and foreign policy would make her a flawed president."

    * Do you know that, outside of George Washington, Bernie Sanders might be the only presidential candidate in the history of the United States that wouldn't be beholden to any special interests if he were elected.

  6. Bernie Sanders draws more than 30,000 to stops around Washington state Sunday. There was no shortage of enthusiasm Sunday as Sanders zipped around the state on his chartered jet, addressing the series of boisterous rallies and overflow audiences. In Vancouver, several people who waited outside in the drizzle held a sign reading “Jesus Would Vote for Bernie,” offering one of the more colorful expressions of support Sanders saw.


    It appears that, according to a poll in Utah, Bernie Sanders wins the Democratic nomination AND the Presidency...

    Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is Utah's choice in the Democratic caucus vote, according to a new Deseret News/KSL poll.

    If Donald Trump becomes the Republican Party's nominee, Utahns would vote for a Democrat for president in November for the first time in more than

    50 years, according to a new Deseret News/KSL poll.

  7. Bernie Sanders has won the Democrats Abroad presidential primary, defeating former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 69% to 31%, the organization announced Monday.

  8. The former governor of Vermont, Howard Dean (who now works as a lobbyist and was a cofounder of the progressive group Democracy for America, and is also a pundit on MSNBC), is supporting Hillary Clinton, even though his State overwhelming supports Bernie Sanders, including the group that he co-founded, Democracy for America.

    As a superdelegate, in a Tweet he writes: “Superdelegates don’t represent people, I’m not elected by anyone. I’ll do what I think is right for the country.”

    He is the perfect example of a corrupt two-party system. He votes against the majority will of THE PEOPLE, and like GOD, say he’ll do what HE thinks is right for the country. Bull$hit --- he’s doing what he thinks will help the establishment politicians on the Democrat’s gravy train. It’s people like Howard Dean that is driving people to Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders and dividing the country.

  9. Bernie Sanders Giving Bought Establishment A Headache