US 2016: Bernie Sanders may drop out after Super Tuesday

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UNITED STATES - JANUARY 16: Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. holds a news conference on the budget on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)

Sanders22Newszents: With just 20 percent  in the polls to 70 percent for Hillary Clinton   the Oracle says the Old man Bernie Sander is not having it easy on the Hillary political machine almost crushing the old bones of the man from Vermont who grew up in Brooklyn New York.

The Polish American has promised heavens to the Americans including free education up to university level to the point of almost making the country a socialist nation but America, with capitalist principles may not buy his ideas and this can be seen with their love for the Clinton family based on past records of her husband Bill Clinton who created 22 million new jobs , a reduction in welfare tickets and reduction in national debt by three trillion dollars and 69% job approval rate.

The chances of Sanders getting the nomination ticket of the DNC is becoming slimmer daily and by the end of Super Tuesday  it will be over and the 74 years old man would have to go back to his Senate job at least, he tried but his efforts may not be enough to withstand the political machine  based on solid record of the Clintons, in his case, he would remain an outsider to the inner family of the Democrats.

If out of pride or political stubbornness  he stays in the race after massive defeat on Teusday he will be wasting his time and resources of his supporters and the Super Delegates will take the side of Hillary for a fight with Trump the likely GOP nominee after the Tuesday.

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