While the GOP race came to a swift (and ridiculous) conclusion by Wednesday night, the same can’t be said for the Democrats. Even though he won the Indiana primary, Bernie Sanders has a larger issue to face than an uphill delegate battle: accepting his race is over.
Last week, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders felt the burn as he came under fire for the things he didn’t say in an interview with the editorial board of the New York Daily News. Specifically, lacking details on how to break up the banks (the cornerstone of his campaign) and what legal statutes the Vermont Senator would use to prosecute the Wall Street execs he blames for the 2008 financial meltdown.
However, it was Sanders’ naive view of the current GOP-controlled Congress that really got my attention.