Wednesday, February 10, 2016

#Trump & #Sanders Sweep New Hampshire

The public's gravitation toward non-career politicians is becoming obvious to even the non-believers. Trump and Sanders running on the power of personal wealth and small donations from the public have severed the traditional strings of control from Wall Street and special interests. As a result, the public believes these candidates will represent them - We the People. The standard tactic lip service representation, the "I feel your pain" strategy, is over. Bill Clinton's reputation as slick Willy won't help Hillary.

The political expectation, despite apparent ignorance of the right and left, has changed. If others, notably Michael Bloomberg, enters the race as perceived career politicians, they will be ignored. Humans like to see what they want to believe. Career politicians, regardless of their personal characteristics, remain at a huge disadvantage in the 2016 Presidential race.

Here's the real question. If Trumps popularity holds steady, will the GOP follow the will of the people and nominate him?

Headline: Trump, Sanders sweep to victory in NH: NBC

Businessman Donald Trump and Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders swept to convincing victories in the New Hampshire primaries on Tuesday night, according to NBC News.



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