Not that I'm a fan of traumatizing The American Spectator's readers, but the Bernie Sanders love has gotten so great over the last few weeks, as the candidate has irretrivably declined in the polls, that the Bernie Sanders products, available for Internet purchase, have achieved an all-time low. It seems that Bernie Sanders love has moved from the purely policy oriented, into the downright creepy; you can now purchase — for the low, low price of $8.10 (it's not free, sorry) — a "Buff Bernie" coloring book, featuring page after page of shirtless Bernie Sanders in provocative poses.
But while Bernie Sanders shower fantasies might be at an all-time high, the candidate's appeal seems to be weakening. Millennials with no concept of life under socialism, having been born after the fall of the USSR, can only keep a single candidate afloat for so long before he's done in by the tyrannical machinations of the Democratic party's inevitable frontrunner, Hillary Clinton. In the Texas primary, he lost Austin. It's over.