1. Looks like he da man. He and Mikey. "Let Mikey do it!" or something like that is da Mikey slogan. Two old Jewish men from NY City are potentially facing another old man from NY City, this one a gentile.
2. My WAG is that the two of them and all the rest of the remaining significant dwarves will go all the way to the convention in Milwaukee.
3. If Comrade Bernie has a majority of delegates by then, stability will be maintained in the Democratic Party. On the other hand if he does not have a majority there will be a second ballot at which Super Delegates (party leaders) will be unleashed into the process each bearing several votes as opposed to the ordinary non-super delegates.
4. In that post first ballot universe anything can happen. Perhaps it is the cynicism born of my long experience of politics in the ME that leads me to ask what the behind the scenes monetary value of a delegate's vote might be in that circumstance.
5. Might Mikey emerge as the nominee of the party of the people? Perhaps.
6. Is the Democratic Party bound for glory or will the party fracture in defeat in November leaving behind in the rubble the corpse of the old Party of Jefferson and Jackson and the growing core of a neo-Bolshevik entity? pl