Thanks to his second-place finish, John Kasich is coming South too. He doesn't have much money, he doesn't have much of a base or organization below the Mason-Dixon line, and conservatives don't care much for his moderate inclinations. But Kasich is coming anyway, and I honestly wish him luck. His party needs to hear him, even if they aren't in the mood to listen.
Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, once mentor and protege, are now like two drowning brawlers more fixated on killing the other guy than in saving their own skin. Both can't survive, and in the end neither may.