I can't say I'm sorry to see the end of the Ted Cr*z campaign. Cr*z's loss is a loss for the Christianist bigots, the most rabid "conservatives," and the self-righteous haters long the essential "base" of the Republican Party. The "fact" that Cruz senior was involved in the Kennedy assassination (according to Tr*mp) seemed to have no bearing on the voting — probably because equal numbers of Republicans approved of that assassination as disapproved.
I'm also not unhappy that wolf-in-sheep's-clothing John Kasich dropped out. The wealthy donors who supported him probably will start giving to Hillary's superPAC — the corporations never had many complaints about the last Clinton administration.
I don't much care for Hillary. I suppose a lot of that arises from my dislike of Bill, but she's also a lot more of a hawk than Obama has been. Also, I expect that she'll follow Obama's lead on defending government secrecy and persecuting whistleblowers. Just the same, I'll vote for her in the general election, and I'm trying to persuade other Sanders supporters to do the same. Trump is a complete unknown in terms of real policy beliefs, and his ignorance of everything except marketing his own brand makes him especially scary.
I'm also not confident that New York will remain a "safe" Democratic state this time around, so I guess Jill Stein of the Green Party will have to do without me this year. Okay, I'll say it: