The Donald Trump Presidential campaign is spending more than all Democrats combined, and that is very worrisome.
This is all due to the Citizens United Case of the Supreme Court in 2010, allowing corporations and individuals to spend as much as they want.
This makes a case for a billionaire such as Michael Bloomberg or Tom Steyer to be the nominee, since they can outspend or match the Trump campaign, although neither competes well in the polls, and only Steyer has been in some of the debates.
Sadly, this could end up the results, although far from desirable.
It would disillusion millions of Democrats, however, who might stay home and not vote.
It will be interesting to see how caucus and primary voters react to Bloomberg and Steyer, and if they react that these two candidates are viable due to their financial resources.