After tooting through most of the debate last night with my friends @IronMan @natashar @SteveRogers @Katniss @AgentCarter_SSR @StephenStrange and more, I fell asleep before the end. Sometime during the night I heard Warren calling out Bloomberg, and realized it was the replay on MSNBC and I wasn't dreaming calling out corruption from the presidential bully platform for the next four years. But let's make it so. 98% of the Democratic delegates are still there for the deciding.

The media loves to talk about the importance of Iowa and New Hampshire, but remember that fewer than 2% of the delegates to the Democratic convention have been allocated. Sanders' "win" in NH yesterday netted him exactly the same number of delegates as Buttigieg. If we are going to talk about the popular vote, then we should have been referring to President Hillary Clinton for the past 3+ years. (I'm willing.) It's a long race.

I know Yang dropped out and Gabbard didn't. Take it up with Vox.

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