posted on Apr, 18 2016 @ 11:20 AM
So, in a few of the recent caucuses Donald Trump did not take any delegates. In these contests, it was not the voter but the 'delegates' and state
party leaders who were awarding the delegates and 'stacking the deck' per se. Was this a shortcoming or something he could allow a small amount of
delegates to be given to show, no matter the rules of the GOP, you, the voter with only two true choices, makes no difference in some states and in
reality, nowhere at all?
In the media, many are stating that this is the start of the downfall. That this will be the excuse that Trump uses to back out now. He must have no
chance, right? That is what the MSM says.
or, is this just a cheap way to fire up his base? To show those who are on the fence for the general election that he is talking to the voter, not the
delegates. He has had such an unorthodox campaign so far it could be...or maybe he mistook how to beat Cruz in those states but he can change it. He
knows the system. He could have bought all of those delegates but that is not who he is and people still do not see that. He is the man who is blamed
for being too rich but if he used those resources he would be, to me, buying the election like the rest.
He is ahead in almost every poll for the next 5-6 primary states and, still, is on pace to take the nomination, even if on the last day. It has been
those few states he did not really attack and, it seems, that it has fired up the GOP and the DNC as they see the same thing with Sanders.
Cruz, he thinks that wooing delegates is grassroots...huh? How about the regular voter. He is pulling in the Anti-Trump card but all of those
delegates will realize if Trump is getting close that their wallets will be closed with Cruz, and in turn, will fight for a penny with Trump.
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