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It is really hard to realize that Super Tuesday was one week ago today.  The results from the 14 states from last Tuesday turned the Democratic primaries upside down.  Now, after that Super Tuesday, it is a two man race.  The race now is between former Vice-President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).

The six states voting today are Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota and Washington.  The results of the primaries today will definitely affect the delegate count.  

As you probably all know, Joe Biden was dead in the water before Super Tuesday.  His transformation from dead to “alive and well” was secured with three key Biden endorsements: former South Bend, Ind., Mayor, Pete Buttigieg; Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), who single-handedly made Biden the winner in Minnesota; and, especially, Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.), who basically delivered South Carolina to Biden, and escalated him nationwide into the No. 1 choice of African Americans and working-class Americans by Democrats.  And Sanders, once anointed unstoppable, is now fighting to prevent Biden from arriving in Milwaukee with enough delegates to secure the nomination on the first ballot.

The result is something that nobody expected and from the largest and most diverse field of presidential candidates in history has narrowed down to a face-off between two old white men. 

Neither will admit it, but they both are for universal health care, raising the minimum wage, raising taxes on the wealthy, wiping out student debt, making college affordable, if not free, and leading the fight against climate change. They differ only on how to get there.

Whether it’s revolution, or sudden change by Sanders or evolution, or gradual change. by Joe Biden, I don’t believe either one of them can beat Donald Trump.   

Pray for America and all our leaders.

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