What's his point? He's been truly awful. Any criticism has been well merited. It's been so long since his last goal he's probably forgotten how to celebrate.Hope he gets more goals, we need them. But I wont hold my breath.
Let's say we need 38 points to survive. That would mean we'd need 7W 1D 5L or alternatively 6W 4D 3L. The former is not likely unless Remi suddenly turns into last season's Tim Sherwood, but I think the latter is a very achievable goal considering how hard we've become to beat, especially if we start turning some of our draws into wins. That Norwich game for example is one we would have lost 3 months ago, and drew a month ago. We absolutely have to win that Newcastle game though. Would be nice to beat Bournemouth and Swansea too, but they won't be as easy to catch as Newcastle so it's not as crucial.
Sanders can win every New England state, NY, NJ, Washington, Oregon, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois. But Hillary will destroy him in delegate-rich California, Texas, Ohio and Florida. Unless he pulls off a huge upset and wins in SC and Nevada, I just can't see middle of the road Democrats jumping over to his camp.
In truth, Bush stole the election in 2000 triggering riots in the streets of Washington on his inauguration, which all major news outlets did not cover. If Gore had the balls to challenge it, the Bush fiasco might never have happened. It always bothered me how quickly Gore folded and conceded. I think there were some very sleazy back room things going on there.
Sometimes after watching the news I feel like just selling up everything I own and living every day like it's my last when I think about Americans. W Bush was one thing, how that never went a lot worse than it did is a miracle, but Trump would be quite another. As another poster alluded to, if the yanks were capable of not only voting Bush jnr in, but giving him a second term, then anything is possible. A president Trump does not even bear thinking about.