“Meltdown” was the word of the weekend after Jeb Bush told a crowd in South Carolina that he wasn’t running for president just to oversee years of gridlock and nothing getting done. “I’ve got a lot of really cool things I could do other than sit around being miserable, listening to people demonize me and me feeling compelled to demonize them,” Bush said. “That is a joke. Elect Trump if you want that.”

Some in the media are reporting that the usually calm and cool Gov. John Kasich is following Bush’s lead, having a meltdown of his own, confessing of his fellow candidates, “I’ve about had it with these people” and asking, “What has happened to our party?”

And at Trump on immigration reform. Kasich noted that “we got one guy that says we ought to take 10 or 11 million people and pick them up … and we’re just gonna take them to the border and scream at them to get out of our country. Well that’s just crazy.”

Are things starting to unravel, or is Kasich just warming up for the next GOP debate? Or is it time for all of the underdog candidates to join in the airing of grievances?

Time for a quick reality check?