Bernie Sanders’ discussion of rampant inequality has been galvanizing. But now that it’s clear that the “revolution” he needs is not in evidence, it’s numerically impossible for him to win and that he fares no better in head-to-head match-ups than the leading candidate, he needs to suspend his campaign.
Otherwise, he does progressives a disservice. Presidents propose, but Congress disposes —Sanders can no more do what he claims than Donald Trump can.
Steven M. Urdegar,