CNBC's Jim Cramer talks to JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, who says he's "confident" lending will increase.
Ed G: Bernie may have carried the banner for the "revolution" he began, but there is no reason it cannot continue without him. This will be a sad thought for many people, but there is nothing that can be done once a person no longer practices the principles that he preached. I say this as an outsider looking in, for I am hardly a Bernie supporter. I am even less so a Hilary or Trump supporter. Senator Sanders railed against corporate greed, corruption and refused to get down in the mud. Voting for Hilary may seem like playing the long game to him considering the immediate alternative, but it is a continuation of establishment and bureaucracy confounding democracy. It's better for his supporters and everyone to send a message that corruption and 2-party politics should not be tolerated. The American people should never have to choose between a turd sandwich and vomit casserole.