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So, you want the SDs to go against the will of the voters based on polls six months out?

esp. in a year where polling data constantly changes as elections near. The SDs confirm the choice of the Dem voters. End of story.

This is why you cannot trust cats

Can't just move in another man's girl like that!

What this election is truly about

North Carolina, U.S., square off over transgender rights


The United States and North Carolina tangled over transgender rights on Monday, with the Justice Department filing a civil rights lawsuit over the state's so-called bathroom bill and state officials defiantly filing suits against the federal directive to stop the implementation of the controversial legislation.

Also, a major player in North Carolina -- the state's public university system -- defied the governor and legislature and told the Justice Department on Monday it intends to act "in compliance with federal law" as it relates to House Bill 2, known as HB2.


http://www.cnn.com/2016/05/09/politics/north-carolina-hb2-justice-department-deadline/

Would President Trump's Atty General do the same?

What was the State Dept.'s protocol for maintaining and archiving emails?

Did they have established procedures in place? If so, when were they established? If not, did they leave it up to the individual employees to back up their emails? How long are emails allowed to stay on their servers? Just because you delete an email from Outlook that does not mean that it's deleted from the server.

Are there backup tapes some where that may have these emails? Most enterprises have some sort of disaster recovery program in place where they can restore data? Does the State Dept. have such a system?

What states should Obama campaign in for Hillary?

Definitely VA, possibly Georgia. Missouri?

We get it. You won't support Hillary in the General Election.

You should know that posting thread after thread bashing Hillary is not going to change anyone's mind nor will it change the outcome. Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee for president, and you're not going to vote for her no matter what. We get it. We understand that we have to win this election without you. So be it.

The job will be a little bit harder, but it can be done.

We're moving on without you.

Hungry for Power. Power Games: Ted Cruz Edition (Colbert)

Voting Patterns for Premium Cable, Netflix, Hulu, AMC, etc. watchers vs. Only Network TV Watchers

I would like to know the voting patterns for people who watch Premium Cable or Netflix or Hulu or AMC, etc. versus people who primarily only watch network TV like CBS, NBC, ABC, Fox, and local broadcasts.

Just found out that Bernie has a love child

This is the kind of stuff that has never been put out publicly and why his negatives are so low. I've followed this campaign very closely, and this is the first time that I've heard about it.

--On Edit---
Let me be clear. Personally, I don't have a problem with this. However, a lot of Americans will have a problem with it. My point is that Bernie's favorability rating does not come with a full vetting of his past.

Politico: Bernie Has Been Mathematically Eliminated from Winning With Pledged Delegates

Even if he won every single delegate in remaining races in Guam, West Virginia, Kentucky, Oregon, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, California, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, and the District of Columbia (which he wont), hed still be 51 delegates short.


In sports, when you're mathematically eliminated, you go home. You don't hang around the stadium.


http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-dem-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/05/math-says-bernie-sanders-is-finished-222775
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