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Not at all. This should be the time that candidates begin to take some shots at the top dog and they let Bernie off the hook. Biden may edge S. Carolina but Bernie is very much in charge.
Joe looked like his old self. Glad for him, it was sad watching him the other day.
Bloomberg continued to get battered by Liz Warren (she is like a ferret to Bloomberg’s baggy- eyed rabbit in the headlights!). Sanders didn’t have a great night but should still get 2nd in S.C and remains far ahead of the bunch for the moment. His Medicare for all pricing proposal still doesn’t cut it with many, and it is guns out for Bernie this week as it is his turn to dodge the dirt from the media. Centrists must still devise a plan to stop Sanders, game on.
The main difference is that Joe’s performance will probably mean that S. Carolina is now safe, as Sanders was in a position to grab it if joe had continued to dither. Bernie was 5 points behind, and the audience didn’t like him, and every time he started flapping his arms around, it didnt go down well, with some boos and heckling aimed at him. I half agree about Warren, she delivered a good account of herself but the audience didn’t respond. It was the ‘comeback kid’ Biden’s night.
I noticed that. Sanders was flapping his arms around like a demented bald eagle or a red windmill whenever he was faced with any criticism or pressure, and the crowd didn’t react kindly.