SUPER TUESDAY, voters go to the polls today casting their ballot for the eventual nominee. Donald Trump is on the march, like General Sherman torching Atlanta on his march to the sea, Trump has immolated the competition thus far; we have watched in amazement as they have gone down in flames.
For Republicans, the second-biggest prize is Georgia, with 76 delegates at stake. Both Trump and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio put in face time with voters Monday in the final hours before polls open, while Cruz stayed rooted in Texas.
Ted Cruz has put all in marbles on the Lone Star State, losing here will be the final nail in his coffin, buried six feet under and never to be seen again. In reality, the final nail was struck even before he entered the race – not being a “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN” Cruz is not Constitutionally eligible. Many voters feel the same way. Even if Cruz wins Texas by the slimmest of margins, this will be a devastating loss for him. Watch for Trump to catch his tail at the very last moment.
Rubio’s last stand is today, “the boy” as called by Trump has cast his lot on the lady crowd, but a Senator who has called for a path to citizenship for the illegals then back tracked is not presidential timber. On the other hand, Trump, who is not politically correct, raised the ire in people who now realize that the establishment has defecated on them for the past eight years – Republicans did the dirty work of Democrats. Trump is the only one who can clean up the mess.
The billionaire businessman leads by double-digits in Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Virginia, according to RealClearPolitics poll averages. Rough 53 percent of the GOP’s 595 delegates on Tuesday are in those states.