I gotta give Bernie Sanders a lot of credit. I haven't seen this many teenagers get so excited about an old Jew since the Fonz. That being said, I'm not exactly panicking yet, despite the similarities to 2008. I still think Hillary is the best candidate and that voters in South Carolina and Nevada agree, and that things will fall into place from there. If I'm wrong, I think Bernie Sanders is a very smart man and I will back him fully. My fear, however, is that he is more vulnerable in a general election, and the thought of a Republican in the White House literally keeps me up at night, especially if someone seemingly (though not actually) reasonable like Kasich rises from the ashes. Sanders is not a cult leader -- although I couldn't resist this meme because his followers are a bit much. But has one thing too much in common with Donald Trump. Just as Mexico will never be paying to build a wall around the southern U.S. border, and there will never be a ban on Muslims in the U.S., Sanders will never get a single-payer health-care system in place, nor will he make college tuition free and magically reverse Citizens United. We need a manager in the White House, not a dreamer.