I have to apologize if I've missed it somewhere in the Trump All The Time news broadcasts. With all the coverage that he has been receiving, I'm sure that this subject has been covered somewhere, sometime, by someone. No?
Could it be that the Republicans are just keeping it a secret, like some kind of political time bomb that is waiting for the final day of reckoning? Since it isn't of THEIR doing, perhaps the Democrats just haven't taken the time to think it through. Maybe Hillary, or one of her advisors, has a grasp of the importance of it but they are all in denial (maybe too busy worrying about her being indicted) or, worse yet, keeping it a secret -- since public knowledge of it would work as a powerful agent of change against her, while making Bernie's win a near shoe-in.
What am I talking about? Well, the 2010 Census, of course! Plug your memory bank into your Way Back Machine and recall what the Koch Brothers did with their strategy to take over all of the state governments, as a result of the 2010 Census. That's right, they wanted to control the states votes so that they could bring their toy Tea Party to the public stage. But they also sought, and received, a Two-fer -- with their newly won ability to Gerrymander enough states to dominate a substantial chunk of the political processes in the US -- for the next ten years.
So, until our upcoming National Election, this plan has worked out quite nicely for The Brothers -- until Trump came along. Now, take a look into your Future Viewing Machine and see who is going to be the recipient of all of those specially hand-hewn Gerrymandered Districts. That's right, on November 8th -- pudgy-fingered, short-stroke, Carrot-topped Trump could be squatting there with WAY more REAL citizen votes than Hillary could possibly muster " but likely NOT more than Bernie!
With that in mind, allow me to suggest that you now begin to keep your eyes on the composite polls between Trump?/Hillary vs. Trump?/Bernie -- and ESPECIALLY just before you go to vote in the General Election!
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(Article changed on April 4, 2016 at 09:11)