Dont believe me
Never have truer words been spoken!
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Dont believe me
Eg..lololol....not found in any periodical...lollol...in a group of 39 independents whom I know one third will be writing in bernies name....
Loki, the well goes a bit deeper than even what cyn wrote as far as Dems creating Trump (and they very much so DID)
Politics are like a pendulum the more you push one way, the more its unavoidable to push back the opposite way until everyone leaves it alone long enough to organically get to where it should be (which in politics is NEVER fyi)
Obama asked for too much too soon. And he continues to do so on his way out.
Same pendulum swinging is why BLM supporters keep shooting cops too. Its all just weight and gravity.
But thanks you one party Hillary supporters---thanks for nothing---
We blame you for the rise of trump.......
So how long until Umass-dartmouth becomes a tier three, tier two law school. UC Irving rose way faster. I'm planning to go to umass-dartmouth in the JD/mpp program, and I got a 17,000 dollar scholarship to the JD. But right now, even when it's parent is University of Massachusetts, they aren't even ranked. The usnews considers them less then tier four. Which I don't know why. They are by the way a public interest law school. They have higher bar pass, higher employment, higher lsat scores than a lot of the TTTT's. Someone explain.
I agree that the vast majority of Sanders supporters will vote for Clinton, if grudgingly.
My question is about they view Sanders himself after his endorsement of Clinton. This is anecdotal, but so many of the Sanders supporters I know were as opposed to Clinton as they were to Trump. I think Cinnamon falls into that category.
So, when the guy who they supported so strongly endorses someone who they oppose so strongly, does that change their opinion of Sanders? Do they think he's a sellout, or do they say "Hey, it's politics and the most important thing is defeating Trump!" (Which is essentially Sanders' line).
I'm curious because it seems like there would have to be some cognitive dissonance involved in order for it to NOT change their opinion of Sanders, at least somewhat.
Again, look at the objective statistical data.
Bernie was booed by house establishment democrats pissed off that he wont suspend his campaign....
...it will be an honor to cast my vote for him in the fall😊
That's called a full throated conscious clear, principled vote which separates us from those democrats who will be secretly or openly voting for trump---- trumpheads.