Sorry for a second political post right after the last, but I think we have to come to grips with some pretty serious news.
Donald Trump is, barring a miracle, going to be the GOP candidate for the presidential election.
As things stand now, even if Rubio and Cruz's supporters all teamed up, they'd just BARELY get more votes than Trump. But that's not going to happen. There's too much bad blood between those two camps; Cruz's Tea Party fans and Rubio's Neocon stalwarts can't stand each other at least as much as neither camp can stand Trump. Even if tomorrow one or the other dropped out, you wouldn't get every single one of that dropout's voters going to the other guy.
Like everyone else, I never believed Trump would be the candidate. I don't think Trump ever believed he'd be the candidate when he started this whole thing. But here we are.
If you want a sure sign of how much Trump can't be stopped, consider this: Trump WON the Latino vote.
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