The caucus is over and the candidates have moved on.
It looks like Clinton won the Democrat caucus, Cruz
the Republican, and a few candidates have dropped out
of the race. A record was broken for the Republicans
while the Democrats had a strong showing also.
We were going to do a post last night after the votes
were counted but fell asleep after the pizza. When we
woke up this morning officials still weren’t sure who
won on the Democrat seat.
It was great to see so many people show up to vote for
their favorite and it will be nice to get our phone back.
The robo-calls should stop now. The down side to that is
we may have to relearn that a ringing noise means
somebody is calling.
America should only have a little over nine months of
campaigning left this year and a little less than a
year before a new president takes office. Seems like
yesterday it was two years of campaigning left.
As we have said many times, we don’t care who you
vote for as long as you do vote. It does appear that
some are voting for the wrong reasons however. One
should not vote without doing research on the
candidates and where they stand on the issues.
Some vote their emotions instead of for who would
actually be a better fit. One hot button issue
should not be the only reason to vote. There are
many issues, and while all will not effect
everyone, some will. It all goes back to the old
saying: Be careful what you wish for, you may
Comments are always welcome.