As I and others have noted, Clinton supporters and Democrat loyalists should not be surprised if their party loses to Trump in November, especially when they still have a chance to nominate a perfectly good "outsider" candidate like Sanders.
They probably don't mean it as a compliment.
Look out, Hillary Clinton.
An influx of endorsements for the senator could make it harder for him to distance himself from the party establishment that primary voters loathe.
Republicans are fed up with their party. Is it enough to sour them on the politicians campaigning to lead it?
On Monday, Rep. Ron Paul introduced the AFA's legislative package into Congress. This beautifully argued document feels historic and has the ring of great power to correct great injustice.