POLICE SAY SOMEONE KNOCKED ON THE DOOR, THEN FORCED THEIR WAY IN WHEN SOMEONE INSIDE OPENED IT.
WE'RE TOLD A NUMBER OF TELEVISIONS WERE STOLEN.
Aethon: Let’s set the emotional mindset of “I am going to say my candidate is going to win” aside for a moment and look at this election in a more rational light. Historically a republican should win this election but for those of us that analyze the polls- the real ones, not the ones the media uses to sensationalize the election- this race is not even close. The outcome is very reminiscent of 2008 where democrats are challenging republicans in states that republicans would normally win. My question is, why did the republican electorate not consider Trump’s chances to win when caucusing? Was his momentum the result of bandwagoning form early victories? Was it an entertainment value or something else? Several other candidates; Kasich, Rubio, etc. stood a much better chance at winning the election. So why choose Trump despite this? I am not advocating anyone here. I am not trying to shame the electorate for choosing Trump. Just looking for some honest insight.