Why do candidates assure us they will continue right up to the moment they quit?


Before he lost Florida in a blowout, Marco Rubio assured us that he would keep campaigning regardless of the results, scheduling a trip to Utah the next day regardless of how the race turned out.

"Tomorrow our plan is to be in Utah campaigning irrespective of tonight. It would be a lot better to go to Utah being the winner of the Florida primary. It will give us a tremendous amount of momentum, it will give us 99 delegates, and that's the way we want to do it tonight," he said in an interview with WBDO radio in Orlando, which was clipped and published by BuzzFeed.

Rubio has been saying for the past several days that his plan is to continue on to Utah for the state's upcoming contest, but his comments to WBDO were his firmest yet in terms of actually moving forward should he lose Florida. The Utah caucuses will be held on Tuesday, March 22.

It turned out to be Marco's last lie. He dropped out. He's not going anywhere.

Bush did the same thing too. Right before losing in South Carolina, he claimed to have campaign trips scheduled the day after the primary, regardless of the results. When he immediately dropped out, no one was surprised.

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Candidates say they are continuing on regardless so people don't think they're on the verge of quitting. But it makes them look like tremendous liars when they lie the very next day right after their promise.

For all of Kasich's problems, he at least is honest: he said he would not continue if he didn't win Ohio. Well, that didn't seem to hurt him, as he won Ohio.

Why not be honest with the voters (at least on this)? In some ways it gives them an added incentive--if you want your candidate to stay in the race, you have to go out there and support him.

Poor Marco, with all his deceptions, triangulations, and calculations, never considered telling the truth. The only trip I predict he'll be making is to K street, with a resume in hand.

Bye bye, Marco!

Or should I say, "Adios"?



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