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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Today at 09:11:21 AM »
...long knives?

Dude? Yagottahrealizeidontgiveashit eabouttrumpandcouldcarelessab outtokenissues.

According to your dumbass--trump has to be a token????

Lil....what token is he? The resident dumbass like yourself?

Some Bernie supporters are voting for him anyway....

In either case...the repub party is blown up...and democratic party is torn in to 3 pieces...establishment..democ ratic socialist...green party.

Suck it because Bernie is NOT suspending his campaign...

You dumbass...lolololol

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Yesterday at 08:16:17 PM »
Yeah, that didn't sound like he gave her a rousing endorsement.
Did it to you?

He did express where he seriously disagrees with her, though. I got that loud and clear.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Yesterday at 01:51:14 PM »
Hillary is propped up by Obama for show--until the FBI dust settles--
Obama knows Hillary is toast.

Pardon?

Sanders will not be getting out.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Yesterday at 01:46:50 PM »
Come on guys--- with all the shite on Clinton and her failures and war vote on Iraq and her failure with Libya--- she is a failed warmonger and Trump is already destroying her and her reputation---her feminist credentials are blown up because she demonized the rape and sex victims of her husband---- we can go on and on and on---

She done.

Bernie can beat Trump and Trump can't touch him!!!!

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Yesterday at 01:42:32 PM »
Hey loki,

Did sanders concede the nomination yet? Did he say he's not going to be bringing his campaign to the convention?

Did Hillary Clinton IT guy pagliano just take the fifth 125 under deposition......???????

So, lol you have contended that the FBI are not conducting a criminal investigation into Hillary clinton--- I bet you do now😉

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Yesterday at 09:22:37 AM »
Bryan pagliano, Hillary Clinton IT guy took the 5th 125 times in a lawsuit deposition??????????????

Awesome!  I can't wait to hear what he confessed to the FBI....

Folks, we have found a smoking

😊


Now some blue corn for the drive to the democratic convention.


Pop pop pop!!!!

H.A.----almost there.

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: Yesterday at 07:59:54 AM »
Yeah, I held my nose and voted for HRC. I'm not a big fan, but she has a better grasp of the issues and isn't a "gimmick" candidate like Sanders.

Sanders is a good guy, but would have accomplished very little. Congress is not going to vote for new taxes, which he needs to fund his cradle-to-grave welfare state. Tax the rich? Not enough. Tax corporations? Still not enough. Cut spending? Nope, sooner or later middle class taxes would have to be raised and that would be the end of Sanders. As my colleague says, "Americans love free stuff until they find out how much it costs." 

Estimates are that his programs would have added 15-18 trillion to the debt. No thanks.

Sanders is a big picture guy, but I'm not convinced that he would have been able to handle the day to day managerial tasks which are the less sexy side of the Presidency.

Finally, let's assume that you're right and HRC gets indicted. That's still no guarantee that Sanders gets the nomination. Delegates could just as easily go for whoever else throws their hat in the ring.

Meh? So you compromised your principles and sold out to a candidate you know is under an FBI criminal investigation....sorry you had to hold your nose.

This is exactly why you Hillary dumptys will bring us Donald trump---thanks a lot.

Funny, barak Obama offered some great change-- pie in the sky offerings and he wasn't a gimmick candidate? Unless you think he was.


And it shows your ignorance that you dont think sanders could handle the day to day operations of the potus--- his whole campaign was textbook guide to making money and organizing massive events????
You are either simply foolish or haven't been paying attention.


I am a full fledged supporter of sanders and more than half of us will never ever ever vote for corrupt Clinton....

But mark my words: The party will be irrevocably changed..


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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: June 21, 2016, 01:45:40 PM »
Secondly, not only Republicans party is being  blown up....but Democrats party is now being berned to the ground.

Bernie is there to pick us up after Hillary has her interrogation and then gets indicted.

I'm actually not a big fan of HRC, which is why, unlike, Cinnamon, I can be at least somewhat objective about her candidacy. You're so obsessed with Sanders as a panacea for all that ails the nation, that you've seriously departed from reality.

The fracture in the Democratic party is not even close to the absolute implosion of the Republicans this year.

The Dems have moved to the left as a party over the last couple of decades anyway, and have picked up on the concerns and lingo of Sanders supporters and have incorporated them into the party platform. Stuff like "inequality" will figure big at the convention, and Sanders will play a role. But at the end of the day, HRC is the nominee and Bernie will go home to Vermont.

The vast majority of people who voted for Sanders will vote for HRC. A few diehards (like you) won't, but it won't make much difference. She'll win with or without you.

As far as your wish for an indictment, good luck. Did you see Loretta Lynch on MTP this weekend? She made it clear that DOJ won't lift a finger. Cronyism at it's best. 

Trump will lose, Clinton will win, the Republicans will freak, and Sanders will have a new career as a disheveled late night guest. The new center-left administration will chug predictably along, and you will no doubt update us on every new fake scandal.

Um you dont seem to know what rejection of corporate democratic politics means.  It is a total rejection of the fat cat superpac banking oligarchy that is embodied in the democratic party establishment.

Debbie Wasserman Shultz is the bumbler who orchestrated primary debate structure and exposed the flaws and rigged system.

Maintain-- you got to out the koolaide down. 

Bernie has not conceded and the FBI hasn't concluded

Until then----you are whistling past the graveyard drunk on koolaide.

Lmfao--so if you aren't a Hillary fan then who did you vote for?

I'm NOT wrong on this---maintain you ether voted for Hillary Clinton in the primary or you didn't vote for anyone at all. Lolololol!!!!!


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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: June 20, 2016, 01:42:13 PM »
Change has come for Republicans and change is about to come for democrats....like it or not.

Sanders vs. Trump!!!!

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Politics and Law-Related News / Re: POTUS
« on: June 20, 2016, 01:40:18 PM »
...and I would add that it's, well, amusing that someone keeps finding the same topic "popcorn worthy" in this election (remember- he had the popcorn ready for the Benghazi hearing), while ignoring a pretty amazing election that includes, inter alia-

1. A party's prior nominee in open warfare against their current nominee. Seriously, how amazing is the Romney/Trump split (putting Utah ... UTAH!!!! in play).

2. A sitting GOP senator saying that the GOP nominee is too bigoted and racist to be President (??? that's from Kirk, today).

3. The first-ever female presidential nominee from one of the big-two parties.

4. Having both candidates have unfavorable ratings that have never been recorded (seriously- Clinton would have serious difficulties, but for Trump).

5. The continuing and open question as to whether the GOP will revolt prior to, or during, Cleveland.

6. The open question as to whether events (the economy-Brexit, a terror attack, etc.) could substantially upset the race and ... we could actually have a President Trump.

All of the above, and more. Yes, I agree completely.

It is an incredible election, and has exposed so many fractures within the system.

This is probably a somewhat predictable response, but this Trump phenomenon demonstrates how wrong the pundits and party leaders have been at reading the tea leaves. There has been a seething anger building for a long, long time, and I think it's too simplistic to just chalk it up to racism. That certainly is the animating force for some Trump voters, but there's something else going on. There's a strong desire to burn the SOB down, start over.

So here's my question:

Let's assume that HRC wins. If she beats Trump, who is anathema to so many voters, by only say, five points, does that mean that a less Trump-y type of anti-establishment candidate would have smoked her? I mean, when you look at Trump it's hard to believe that she's not ahead by 25 (which could happen, maybe).

Further, and more importantly, does that mean that the Democrats now have to find a way to deal with the fact that nearly half the electorate is willing to go for something radically different? I think it legitimately calls into question the assumption of a permanent Democratic majority based on future demographics.

Some advice for both of you: Look in the mirror--you are both Hillary Clinton fans who cant see that your candidate is a war monger who, like Richard Nixon is a fatally compromised and politically finished......otherwise she should have run away with her nomination....now the only persons endorsement who counts is the one who refuses to give it to her.....more drip drip problems to come.

Secondly, not only Republicans party is being  blown up....but Democrats party is now being berned to the ground.

Bernie is there to pick us up after Hillary has her interrogation and then gets indicted.

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