If the anti-Trump forces want a ray of hope, the good news is that although Trump has secured 316 delegates so far, the rest of the GOP candidates combined have 372 delegates.
The GOP campaigns are beginning to separate into two categories: those campaigns fueled by hope and optimism vs. those who think the ticket to the nomination is tapping into anger and fear.
Dr. Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina and Donald Trump were all under the microscope and expectations were high.
At least he's not reading from a monotonous script.
So far, no one has committed a gaffe or had a breakthrough moment that will have any impact on the ultimate voting.
I don't think the Republican field is expanding; I actually think it is shrinking.
Gridlock has a chance to loosen its grip.
Republicans have an appetite to win in 2016. But Hillary Clinton is seen to be a formidable opponent.
After all the vindictive finger-pointing voters have had to endure for the past few years, a little boring process management and incremental results could be welcome.
Republicans need to focus on jobs, the economy and Obamacare for the 2014 election.