Kasich was literally fourth place in a two person race in terms of delegates, only 17% of the way towards the nomination with more than 233% needed in order to surpass Trump — mathematically impossible. Kasich and Cruz’s pathetic alliance didn’t add up to anything, as expected. John Kasich didn’t do much in this campaign cycle. He made it to the very final two before dropping out, however; which is something when you realize the massive amount of people who failed before him.
Americans don’t want a robot, a candidate that has a soothing voice and a fake smile with a million dollar suit and “American-made” tie. We’re not looking for a corporate idealist that is of the bankers, by the bankers, for the bankers. We’ve been stuck in this kind of mindset for fifty-something years, and we’re finally starting to crawl out of it as a society. The establishment has managed to continuously win elections (if we ignore the Carter bubble, which was a direct result of people not trusting the establishment after Nixon’s decline) on both the Democratic front and the Republican front through a simple checklist…
For those of you who don’t know who the hell Carly Fiorina is, she was the only female Republican in the race. Rather contradicting in message, she would bash Hillary Clinton for using the “woman card” in debates and then immediately turn around to use it herself. Now that Carly Fiorina (and Lindsey Graham) is gone, the Republicans can stop touting the “we have a woman in the race, too!” speech. In fact, Carly Fiorina wasn’t even a good woman to have in the race. Why? Because Fiorina is the typical GOP definition of a woman: one who hates women’s rights.