Wisconsin: It’s just like Garrison Keillor says about Lake Woebegon on ‘A Prairie Home Companion.’
Where all the women are strong, all the men are good-looking, and all the kids are above average.
If you live in a state where unemployment is below the national average, and a robust dairy industry is keeping the coffers full, you are probably not inclined to beat on the darker races and blame them for your troubles. Because you don’t have that many troubles, or that many colored people. Ain’t that the cheese?
— The Associated Press (@AP) April 6, 2016
No, it doesn’t mean the Trump has jumped the shark. It’s too early to predict such a change, no matter how badly you want it to be true.
— Ansa Usa 2016 (@AnsaUSA2016) April 6, 2016
Nope, this is not the beginning of the end for Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders has a message that reaches young people, and they seem to have come out for him.
Wisconsin means if you are white, gainfully employed, and reasonably happy, angry Trump populism does not work, but if you are young and still convinced that government is giving you the shaft, Sanders makes a lot of sense. The rest of the country is not Wisconsin nice.