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Or.. "It's something I have not studied"?!! WTH, bernie!


RiotWomenn ‎‎@RiotWomennn
Bernie's signature promise & he hasn't thought about how he would achieve the thing promised. That would bother me

9:35 AM - 6 Apr 2016
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http://theobamadiary.com/2016/04/06/first-lady-michelle-obama-hosts-an-event-to-mark-nowruz/

http://www.democraticunderground.com/110793190

Tweets from Nerdy Wonka(African American Woman)on BS' performance on abc's This Week

Bernie Sanders dismisses Clinton lead: ‘A lot of that came from the South


Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
Black voters are the reason the Democratic party has any serious national chance Does he hear himself when he speaks https://twitter.com/RawStory/status/719244829646057473
9:33 AM - 10 Apr 2016
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Only4RM ‎‎@Only4RM
@jbouie While Clintons worked to regain Black trust by supporting POTUS, Sanders called for primary & elevated Black Obama-bashers as VIPs.
11:43 AM - 10 Apr 2016
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Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
Sanders needs to ask McAuliffe how he even had a sniffing chance of becoming governor of VA. Black Democratic women voters put him in office
9:35 AM - 10 Apr 2016

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Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
The continuous dismissal of Black voters is what irks a lot of people about Sanders. A base the Democratic party needs on every level.

Ugh.

9:45 AM - 10 Apr 2016
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Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
To have a Democratic candidate for POTUS so casually dismiss a voting group that shows up for the party every time is infuriating.
9:50 AM - 10 Apr 2016
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nathkatun7
April 10, 2016 at 9:49 pm

Great, great tweets, Nerdy Wonka! I am so sick of Bernie Sanders’ disrespect of Black people. He thinks that winning in the predominantly white Red States like Kansas, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Nebraska, Alaska and Oklahoma, is more important than winning in the South where Black people are are the base of the Democratic Party! In 2008, President Obama won three Southern States: Florida, North Carolina and Virginia. In 2012, President Obama won both Florida and Virginia and narrowly lost North Carolina. Since LBJ, I can’t recall any Democratic Presidential Candidate who won Kansas, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Nebraska, Alaska and Oklahoma.

https://theobamadiary.com/2016/04/10/on-this-day-7/#comments

BS is a divider.

Hillary's Group~Mahalo



I was just about to do an OP on that, HS.. so I will put it here and the Tweets that go with it

Bernie Sanders dismisses Clinton lead: ‘A lot of that came from the South


Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
Black voters are the reason the Democratic party has any serious national chance Does he hear himself when he speaks https://twitter.com/RawStory/status/719244829646057473
9:33 AM - 10 Apr 2016
57 57 Retweets 68 68 likes

Only4RM ‎‎@Only4RM
@jbouie While Clintons worked to regain Black trust by supporting POTUS, Sanders called for primary & elevated Black Obama-bashers as VIPs.
11:43 AM - 10 Apr 2016
43 43 Retweets 57 57 likes

Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
Sanders needs to ask McAuliffe how he even had a sniffing chance of becoming governor of VA. Black Democratic women voters put him in office
9:35 AM - 10 Apr 2016

46 46 Retweets 46 46 likes

Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
The continuous dismissal of Black voters is what irks a lot of people about Sanders. A base the Democratic party needs on every level.

Ugh.

9:45 AM - 10 Apr 2016
59 59 Retweets 68 68 likes

Nerdy Wonka ‎‎@NerdyWonka
To have a Democratic candidate for POTUS so casually dismiss a voting group that shows up for the party every time is infuriating.
9:50 AM - 10 Apr 2016
72 72 Retweets 110 110 likes

nathkatun7
April 10, 2016 at 9:49 pm

Great, great tweets, Nerdy Wonka! I am so sick of Bernie Sanders’ disrespect of Black people. He thinks that winning in the predominantly white Red States like Kansas, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Nebraska, Alaska and Oklahoma, is more important than winning in the South where Black people are are the base of the Democratic Party! In 2008, President Obama won three Southern States: Florida, North Carolina and Virginia. In 2012, President Obama won both Florida and Virginia and narrowly lost North Carolina. Since LBJ, I can’t recall any Democratic Presidential Candidate who won Kansas, Utah, Wyoming, Idaho, Nebraska, Alaska and Oklahoma.

https://theobamadiary.com/2016/04/10/on-this-day-7/#comments

BS is a divider.

These tweets are from an African American woman.. so she says it best..


It should be.. great idea, HH! And, you

reminded me to get the link to give MADem the credit for finding it.

He gets some of the greatest graphics & stuff.. like this..



I found it.. the Progress Chart that shows Hillary is More Progressive than sanders.



MADem~http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1107&pid=96684

I'm so glad they're calling out his shite on the Super Dels.. BS tries to have it both ways on a

lot of important issues.





http://theobamadiary.com/2016/03/31/early-bird-chat-710/

This is where they blew it.. getting greedy.

But recently, beginning after Sanders’ landslide victories in Alaska and Washington at the end of last month, the Sanders campaign has begun singing a different tune. Even as Bernie’s supporters continue to inundate superdelegates with their anti-elitist arguments, Sanders and his top campaign officials are now arguing that superdelegates should back Bernie even in states where he didn’t win — and even if he doesn’t win a majority of the popular votes cast. The campaign also has tried to poach some Clinton-backing superdelegates.

Stuart Appelbaum, a superdelegate in New York who backs Clinton, said he believes the focus on superdelegates is a distraction from the tough math Sanders faces in the final months of the primary. He would have to gain at least 60 percent of the vote in New York, Maryland and Pennsylvania to overtake Clinton’s pledged delegate lead.

I really look at the discussion of superdelegates now as just really being an attempt to provide a rationale for why a candidate should stay in the race when it appears that it’s going to be mathematically impossible for them to become the nominee,” he said. “I don’t know a single superdelegate who has said they’re going to switch. I don’t expect that anyone will.”

HaHa, berni.. you can whine till the ******* cows come home.

Love this, TMontoya.. Thank you!

"When somebody tells you something is free," Clinton said, "ask for the fine print." Zing@BS!

Thank you, rivers.. I love the pics, too!

Thank you, Rep Elijah Cummings, for endorsing Hillary before the Maryland Primary.. it's too

Important not to.. just like Rep James Clyburn felt compeled to do for South Carolina

“When it comes to talking about somebody not being qualified, I think that that’s going too far.”

Yep, BS went too far.

It was Cummings who asked the CIA to declassify the partially redacted government documents which the republicans were being used against Clinton, only to learn that none of it had been classified to begin with. That forced Gowdy to admit that he himself had blacked out portions of the documents arbitrarily and allowed everyone to falsely believe that information was classified. But Cummings saved perhaps his best moment for last.

http://www.dailynewsbin.com/opinion/elijah-cummings-emerges-as-new-democratic-party-hero/22890/

You can see the back of our Benghazi hero. here. and Hillary the star!



A Picture Worth a Thousand Words..

http://www.democraticunderground.com/?com=view_post&forum=1107&pid=22680

Thank you, Iamaartist~

Jeeze! that's Keeper as we say.. damn that's good, rivers.. thank you!





That makes me feel better about him being all over the Sunday morning shows pushing his BS.

That's right, Kath.. we've had 8 years of Progress and Hillary is the only one who will build on

that and create her own progressive legacy.. She's the best choice and the only choice.


President Barack Obama, with Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett and Marty Nesbitt, founding board member of The Barack Obama Foundation, listens to a recording of a President Johnson phone call during a tour of the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, Texas, April 10, 2014. Photo by Pete Souza

https://theobamadiary.com/2016/04/10/on-this-day-7/


President Barack Obama greets Linda and Russ Dickson, a Texas couple who wrote a letter to the President about the Affordable Care Act, at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library in Austin, Texas, April 10, 2014. Photo by Pete Souza


President Barack Obama autographs a sign while greeting neighbors and supporters before an event in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., April 10, 2012. Photo by Pete Souza

https://theobamadiary.com/2016/04/10/chat-away-787/

Hillary is beyond qualified and we will all benefit from her qualifications and experience.

Thank you, Kath.. I was looking for this graphic that was posted here in our Group that shows all the ways Hillary is more Progressive than sanders but I can't find it!

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