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I'll have to strongly disagree with you. If the Republicans nominate Drumpf then they are effectively giving the Democrats the Presidency and the Senate. Republicans already have the nearly impossible task in retaining the Senate no matter their nominee. Nominating Drumpf will virtually guarantee a Democratic majority Senate.
Solidly Democratic states already have roughly 230 electoral college votes in their column for November. Swing states like Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia would never vote for Drumpf.
And any Democrats who says they would stay home if Hillary is the nominee are simply lying. I have a pretty strong feeling that they will change their minds when they are faced with the choice of voting for Hillary or watching Drumpf taking the oath of office in January.
Look--I'm a Bernie supporter, but if Democratic primary voters choose Hillary then I'll vote for her. It's not even a difficult choice for me. Democrats always shoot themselves in the foot because they want a candidate to be perfect in every single way and then don't vote when they don't get their way. Then we get stuck with people like George W. for eight years and a fanatical Tea Party that has stymied President Obama's agenda since 2010.
Republicans win when Democrats don't vote. I'd much rather have a second Clinton Presidency than a Drumpf or Cruz Presidency.