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Sanders advisers say Hillary is only worthy of VP and Obama doesn't respect her. That's more

bullshite .. keep it coming.. it only makes her stronger.


“Bernie alienates his natural allies. His holier-than-thou attitude—saying in a very loud voice he

is smarter than everyone else and purer than everyone else—really undercuts his effectiveness.”

Barney's got Bernie in a nutshell..

"It would be hypocritical of me to run as a Democrat because of the things I have said about the party." - Bernie Sanders

In his own words.

Mahalo Walk away.

Introducing Bernie Sanders the Hypocrite


“I’ve been told to stop, and I quote, ‘shouting about gun violence.’ First of all, I’m not shouting.

“I’ve been told to stop shouting about ending gun violence. Well, I haven’t been shouting, but sometimes when a woman speaks out, some people think it’s shouting. But I won’t be silenced.”

Damn straight, Hillary.

Bernie used the wrong word. Just because he shouts.. doesn't mean everyone is. There are other better ways to get our message out than yelling.

“My view was, give us a little bit of time,” Sanders explained, pointing to political contention

among the electorate.

“Isn’t that the same kind of tactical thinking, the same kind of political pragmatism, that may have driven the decision for which you criticized Secretary Clinton,” Maddow pushed-back.

Good on Rachel.. thank you, Emerald

Stephen Colbert asked Hillary Clinton if she'd let big banks fail: 'Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes'

She's all Halloween, Happy!


Hillary Clinton told late-night host Stephen Colbert on Tuesday that she would not bail out banks if confronted with another crisis caused by risky behaviour in the financial industry.

When asked by the “Late Show” host Colbert if she would allow banks to fail in the case of another financial industry meltdown, Clinton had an unequivocal answer.

“Yes,” Clinton said, nodding. “Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.”

The former secretary of state qualified her answer, saying that mandates included in the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial-reform package would safeguard against a situation like the 2008 collapse.

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Citing praise from New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, Clinton said her financial-industry regulation plan, released earlier this month, is the most comprehensive plan of any candidate. She argued the plan does not just focus on major banks, instead ensuring that risky behaviour perpetrated by other large sectors of the finance industry — like insurance companies — don’t threaten to cause a systemic collapse.



Hillary's Group~

Well said, Walk away!

Oh Baby (x 2)

TheObamaDiary.com ‎@TheObamaDiary
Oh Baby (x 2)
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Nerdy Wonka ‎@NerdyWonka
The smile of a President who is ENJOYING every second of his second term in office.

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A Face in the Crowd

@chicagobulls: Welcome, Mr. President!


The BOG~

Awesome! I'm a runner for Hillary!

Mahalo DM M~

SANDERS: As a senator from a rural state, what I can tell Secretary Clinton, that all the shouting

in the world is not going to do what I would hope all of us want, and that is keep guns out of the hands of people who should not have those guns and end this horrible violence that we are seeing."

Why does Bernie stop shouting then?.. if it's so ineffective.

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