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Sure, Sanders and Trump, but a Big So What?

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E3ven the most blathering pundits equivocate on the first two primary season results. They're eager to draw sweeping and even specific concusions and projections. At the same time they note that neither Iowa nor New Hampshire has a good record of picking the party nominees nor the Prez winner.

That said, it won't stop them...nor me...

We had the two expected winners yesterday. The margins are worth remarking on and on the GOP side, yhr jumble under Trump settled nothing. The fantasies that the first two contests would clear much of the Republican field were jsut that. On the Dem side, Sanders had a very impressive (over 20%) margin, not bad for someone who was down 40% not long ago there.

I kinow a bit about South Carolina politics, certainly lmuch more than I do about thoe in Nevada. It's my turn to analyze and forecast.

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