"It is easy to confuse what is with what ought to be, especially when what is has worked out in your favor."
- Tyrion Lannister

"Lannister. Baratheon. Stark. Tyrell. They're all just spokes on a wheel. This one's on top, then that's ones on top and on and on it spins, crushing those on the ground. I'm not going to stop the wheel. I'm going to break the wheel."

- Daenerys Targaryen

"The Lord of Light wants his enemies burned. The Drowned God wants them drowned. Why are all the gods such vicious cunts? Where's the God of Tits and Wine?"

- Tyrion Lannister

"The common people pray for rain, healthy children, and a summer that never ends. It is no matter to them if the high lords play their game of thrones, so long as they are left in peace. They never are."

- Jorah Mormont

"These bad people are what I'm good at. Out talking them. Out thinking them."

- Tyrion Lannister

"What happened? I think fundamentals were trumped by mechanics and, to a lesser extent, by demographics."

- Michael Barone

"If you want to know what God thinks of money, just look at the people he gave it to."
- Dorothy Parker

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Feel the Bern and Tuesday

Sanders says in an email:
Here's our path to the nomination 
In less than 48 hours, the polls open in five large and delegate-rich states. After everything we’ve overcome together, there’s never been a more important two days for our campaign. 
I want to tell you the truth about our job on Tuesday, and it’s something you may not hear a lot about from the corporate media. Our goal on Tuesday is simply this: do well and hold Hillary Clinton’s delegate lead to a minimum. 
Because after Tuesday, the map shifts immediately and dramatically in our favor. With every vote cast after Tuesday’s primaries, her lead will only shrink. We will continue to make up delegates, week after week, in state after state, until we capture the lead on June 7th when California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Montana and the Dakotas vote. 
That is our path to victory, but we need to [do] well on Tuesday. That’s the first step.

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