Tue, 8 March 2016
David Waldman is stricken with the flu, but doesn’t let that stop KITM, with the help of his friends Armando, and Greg Dworkin.
Greg Dworkin brings the polls, but also a sober look at the delegate math. No presidential candidate has lost a delegate lead this late since at least 2000, but Super-Duper Tuesday, March 15 with Florida, Ohio and the Northern Mariana Islands still has the potential to be a game-changer. Today is Michigan with Trump and Clinton holding big leads.
Donald Trump is still winning his delegate vote, btw. He is a little weaker, but the Gop establishment is going to have to do better than that to take him out. The front lines move to Florida, where Trump has already lit the dumpster. The Sun Sentinel takes the stand of standing for none of the Republicans. It turns out that Florida knew Rubio was that callow before anyone else. So, is it all up to Kasich?
Armando and David look into Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton’s record on TARP, Gun manufacturer liability, as well as the importance of voting coalitions and why explaining is important, even if “explaining is losing”.
Bristol Palin sees the bright side of leaving guns out with kids.