But, but, but: Don’t read too much [into] Cruz’s victories. They were caucus states that didn’t allow non-Republicans to vote. He’ll likely get crushed in some of the upcoming contests with lots of delegates. Michigan could go poorly. “Cruz still needs to start winning primaries that aren't his home state of Texas or don't border it, but Saturday was, all things considered, a good night for his narrative,” writes The Fix’s Aaron Blake.
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Sunday, March 06, 2016
Summarizing Republican Presidential Situation
I have almost reached a surfeit of views on the Republican Presidential campaign. But here is another brief from the Post which would seem to somewhat summarize the situation now.
Rush Link -- Bill Clinton on Rise of Nationalism