Up until very recently, it was assumed that Ted Cruz would be the solid favorite. But with all the talk of rules and delegates being persuaded to vote for someone other than those voted for by the people, Hoosiers have seemed to have a change of heart. Or maybe the recent outlandish behavior by illegal immigrants and their supporters in California, brandishing Mexican flags as they tried to block Donald Trump's entry into a California rally gave them pause to think. But whatever the cause, most prognosticators are predicting a solid Trump victory today and with it the majority of the state's delegates to this summer's convention in Cleveland. Should that happen, Trump is likely unstoppable since Indiana has been considered the last firewall for Cruz in his attempt to change the fast approaching outcome.
Tonight we'll find out and when we do there will be many who are happy and many who are upset. But whatever the ultimate outcome, it is truly important that Republicans face the daunting task of bringing the party back together quickly so that the effort can be devoted to stopping Hillary Clinton in November, not destroying one another. It has truly been an unusual year, one which has made strange bedfellows, but what has taken place in the last eight years made it so. Let's all get our heads "screwed back on" and realize that unless Hillary Clinton is defeated in November, our country will continue down the slide to tyranny and with it abject poverty. Let's make ending that our top priority. Saving the Republic should be our overriding concern.
God bless you and God bless America.