February 23rd Republican/Democrat Primary Analysis

Pres_CandidatesThe Dharma Nation Movement has not endorsed a candidate for President of the United States, and will not be doing so in the present Presidential race. The following, however, is our analysis of the race thus far.

With his latest massive crushing of his opponents in the Nevada caucuses last night (Trump 46%, Rubio 24%, Cruz 21%), it is clear that Trump will be the Republican nominee.

If Rubio at any point during the present race ever even had a chance to overcome the front-runner, which he does not, he is correctly perceived as being too young, too inexperienced and too inconsistent in his positions to truly be taken seriously by the majority of voters.

From a Dharma perspective, a potential Cruz presidency is a disaster just waiting to happen. A Christian Evangelical fanatic, Cruz is by far the most dangerous candidate for any voter who does not spend the majority of their time dreaming of the eventual rapture!

A potential Cruz administration would see all non-Christian religions actively suppressed in America. His campaign is all but over at this point, despite “winning” Iowa via dirty tricks, which has consistently gone with losing Evangelical candidates every caucus cycle (Huckabee in 2008, Santorum in 2012), thus being a bell-weather of nothing.

We say, good riddance to the Cruz campaign.

On the Democratic side, on the other hand, it is still a very close race between Clinton and Sanders. Of the two, Sanders is the only honest and reputable candidate, Clinton representing Washington corruption and cronyism personified. Indeed, that Hillary Clinton is not sitting this primary out in a prison somewhere is a testament to the corruption of the present justice system in America.

Unlike the Republican side, the Democratic Nevada caucuses was extremely close for Clinton and Sanders. (52% Clinton, 46% Sanders) Sanders won New Hampshire by a landslide; and all by won Iowa, but for the dirty tricks and corruption of the process by the criminal Clinton campaign. In an honest primary race between Clinton vs. Sanders, Sanders would win the nomination by a landslide!

Next on the primary schedule is Super Tuesday, which will be on March 1st, and in which 12 states will be having primaries, including the crucial states of Texas and Virginia. More analysis then!

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