After another "Super" weekend in the US, the shape of the race is firming up. Hilary isn't running a perfect campaign, but Sanders has basically no chance of winning. Trump is no longer an unbeatable phenomenon, Rubio appears to be hoping to steal a thousand delegates at the convention, Kasich appears to be just running as a single-state spoiler candidate, and Cruz is now within striking range of the lead. My take: After an enormous post-debate surge for Cruz, I'm hoping for a true conservative win in the end. (Really, it was huge. Early voting showed a large margin for Trump, but on-the-day voting Cruz's percentage DOUBLED. Admitting you're "flexible" on immigration policy when being a hardarse has been your main draw up until now is VERY dumb.) What does everyone else think?