THE REAL STORY OF THE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY RACE
Febeuart 08, 2016
There is an endless number of pundit articles dissecting the Republican primary race but your ever contrarian writer sees more than meets the average pundit's eye. Behold.
It is fact that there have been eight state elections. Four have been won by Santorum, three by Romney and one by Gingrich. Most analysts describe a horserace, replete with touts, charts and odds. What I see is a constitutional republic writ loud and clear. The several states are yet truly different even among the supposedly united front of a political party. Despite the homogenizing effects of television and other major media forms, Americans are of substantially different opinions on important issues. Thus, the essence of our Constitution, federalism, still shines brightly.
Even though E Pluribus Unum is our nation's motto, one size does not fit all.