Sunday, February 14, 2016

Ah, geek out!

Le geek, c'est chic.

Ah, geek out!


Le geek, c'est chic.

Or, in other words, Nate Silver does an amazing job walking through the morass of the Super Tuesday primaries and explaining why Mitt Romney is likely to win half of the delegates up for grabs, even if he loses four of five states, as seems possible. Which in turns shows how the slow-motion, clunky Romney train is still hard to stop. Which in turn means the GOP is lilkely to pick a weak candidate with a proclivity to babble about the right tree heights or sing "America the Beautiful" as he massively fails in connecting with normal everyday people.

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