Editorial of the New York Sun – April 11, 2016
Here’s our message for those who are threatening a lawsuit over the nominating process in the Republican and Democratic parties. In the Republicans’ case the anger is among the Trump voters who fear their candidate could get to Cleveland with the most delegates and still lose the nomination. In the Democratic camp, the ire is over the so-called “super delegates” on whom Secretary Clinton appears to be depending to clinch the nomination.
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On social media you see a lot of people saying that this candidate or that candidate is “stealing delegates.” There is no such thing. First of all, it implies something illegal, or at best, nefarious. It is neither. Secondly, there is no way you can “steal” delegates.
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Politico published an article about the Koch Brothers. This is a minor attempt to demonize them. But, I am posting it because I think it important that Republicans get an idea of the powerful forces being arrayed in their support. ~GA
How the Koch network rivals the GOP
By Kenneth P. Vogel
The political machine that Charles Koch launched a dozen years ago in a Chicago hotel conference room with 16 other rich conservatives has exploded in size and influence in the past few elections and now eclipses the official GOP in key areas.
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