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Wow, check out your sig line, josh.. That's some fancy work..

And, Mahalo.. I appreciate it very much!

Wow.. I like the way you put that! Thanks book!

March 5: HRC: 244,688 (68.5%) Bernie: 112,955 (31.5) in total popular vote

Let's face it total turnout in the Nebraska and Kansas caucuses was only around 65,000 votes total, while in LA turnout was more than 300,000 and HRC won 71.1% of the vote. If you combine the votes of all three states HRC won the overall popular vote by nearly 69%.

I know what you mean, Rose.. and I love being a host of Hillary's Group.. talking

and supporting Hillary with all the cool kids!

Hillary Supporters!

Aloha Ranger & Mahalo! It's our Pleasure I'm sure. We all love Hillary and want to

all do as much as we can, in our own way, to help get her elected Madam POTUS!

We're so fortunate to have such kindred spirits and just beautiful souls who belong to our Group. Here is a list of our Hosts~

Little Star -
2 OKNancy -
3 hlthe2b -
4 sufrommich -
5 Cha
6 sheshe2
7 George II
8 William769

The intruders are another story.. we've seen what they're capable of.. and it ain't pretty. lol

Best Wishes for Hillary and her Team tomorrow!

Starting from Left:Jennifer Palmieri, Robby Mook, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton, and Huma Abedin


Yes, I do, too, treestar.. love your sig pc.. this is what the Obamas think of the


Meet the Press
✔ ‎‎@meetthepress
#SuperTuesday Democratic Primaries: Should the U.S. continue Pres. Obama's policies? #Decision2016
12:58 PM - 1 Mar 2016
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Omg, brer cat! Just what others have said, too. but, you did it yesterday.. right after the big

mega meta thread evidently piling on me for blocking the troll. Can you believe it!?!

Yes. But, as you say the hypocrisy is so deep that it should warrant immobility.

Thank you so much for proving our point that they do it and it's okay.. we do it and we're so mean it takes a mega thread to pile on.

Hillary's Group~:

Just want to give a big Aloha to you, stillone, and a Mahalo for trying to do the right thing

when the rules are being blatantly violated on DU..

Skinner (61,302 posts)
1. No, they shouldn't.

Groups are safe-havens for particular viewpoints. They are not safe-havens to trash-talk your fellow DUers


Si se Puede! Viva Chavez Viva Delores Huerta!

Gracias, Historic NY!

Hi she!

It's been alerted on several times.. It's really heartwarming to know how our DU buddies have our backs.

I'd like to invite them all over here to have a beer or whatever but I don't have the money like the person with the 190 recs accused me of on my thread where he got the infamous block.

Personally, you know me.. I do wear it as a badge of honor because I consider the source.

They block anyone in a hot NY second.. but, we're mean for doing the same thing in Hill's Group. Actually I'm glad it's all out in the open. Maybe they'll think twice about coming into our group. Ha! Not for one second do I believe that!

This.. "Why Democrats didn’t feel the Bern"

this has been my contention from the start..


But the Sanders challenge was doomed by a fatal flaw: Democrats aren’t as unhappy as he needed them to be


“Everybody says people are angry, but that’s not really the case,” said Frank Newport, the head of Gallup. Americans “are not going through their lives seething and kicking the cat.” The anger “is a very particular anger, and it varies depending on which party is in power,” Newport told me. “People filter a lot through who’s president.”


On the Republican side this year, anger at the Obama administration makes Donald Trump’s insurgency possible — just as in 2008, anger at the Bush administration’s Iraq blunder made possible Barack Obama’s challenge to Clinton. Sanders would likely have fared better this year if there were an incumbent Republican administration. But as a protest candidate, he’s campaigning against the existing order — and much of that order is a two-term Democratic president who is very popular among the Democrats Sanders needed to win.


This left Sanders in the position of sparking a “revolution,” as he put it, among a group that isn’t nearly as negative about the government as the overall electorate. And to campaign against the status quo he inevitably had to be critical of Obama — who enjoys the support of more than 85 percent of Democrats and more than 90 percent of African Americans.


But Obama isn’t just popular among black Democrats. He’s popular among all Democrats — and contentment with the guy in charge is a weak basis for a revolution."

Please read it all.. I put some of my favorite snips in but there's more~ https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/why-democrats-didnt-feel-the-bern/2016/03/01/f95c25f0-dff4-11e5-9c36-e1902f6b6571_story.html

ismnotwasm http://hillaryclintonsupporters.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=6757


Hillary was the President's first choice for his SOS and they've had a well respected relationship since then.


Hillary's Group~Mahalo~
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