So Bernie: he has great dreams, but can he implement them? It doesn't look that way. Can he do anything about Congress's roadblock? Maybe they'll be persuaded by his ideas because they love Jews? Not in this life. There's plenty of anti-semitism, which would come right out there if he were the Democratic candidate.
Once in a while he lets someone comb his hair. Unkempt doesn't play outside the US. He doesn't care.
Hillary's hair has been her trial by fire, but she's got it going now. However, she has a peculiar relationship to facts: worth talking up when they're useful, otherwise they're to be adjusted. ("Vast right-wing conspiracy," anybody?)
Truth is to Hillary what Bernie's hair is to him: a nuisance, you stand there till people subside, and then you continue with what you care about--which for Hillary, is becoming president.
Hillary is stronger, more experienced. Bernie is sweeter and more passionate about his dream.
By tomorrow night I'll know what I did and I'll be interested in how I feel about it. I'd love to write in Mayor Bloomberg or George Clooney, but that's throwing away my vote. Maybe I'll watch TV till I get to the polling place. Maybe I'll play the radio at the same time. And read the newspaper.
At least I won't have a problem with the November election.