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Pharaoh

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Hometown: Madison Wisconsin
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Member since: Thu Nov 11, 2004, 06:19 PM
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What are the next primaries

And dates of them?

I think Bernie might have a nice streak going into the convention

How Hillary's supporters see her

Is the voting process rigged?

How come in caucus states Bernie kicks her but.

Then states like New York have closed primary's, and the independents who would have voted overwhelmingly for Bernie.

they had to change their affiliation by October 19th 2015 back when a lot of people didn't even know who Bernie was.

It's so fucking rigged, even without the corrupt money issue.



I don't know if it's on netflix

But everyone should watch season 1 episode 1 of Mr Robot

I think it might be the next Breaking Bad.

Hey! I'm a working person too!

RNC Rules Committee Curley Haugland says that the voters don't choose the presidential nominee???

Curley Haughland, RNC Rules Committee Member, is asked what the value is of holding primaries if the American primary voters' votes do not matter. He answers, "That's a very good question."



&sns=em

GOP cosponsor of anti-trans bathroom bill is a danger to ‘unsuspecting women’, probe finds

Source: Rawstory

A Republican state lawmaker in Tennessee who is pushing to strip transgender people of bathroom rights has been found to be a danger to “unsuspecting women.”

Last week, Tennessee House Speaker Beth Harwell exiled state Rep. Jeremy Durham from his offices at the War Memorial Building and limited his access to other areas after Attorney General Herbert Slatery issued a warning that the lawmaker’s behavior posed “a continuing risk to unsuspecting women who are employed by or interact with the legislature.”

Slatery’s office is leading an investigation into multiple sexual harassment complaints against Durham. Although the investigation is not complete, Slatery said that the warning was necessary because of information learned during interviews with 34 different women.

“With few exceptions, the women who related incidents felt they could not report Representative Durham’s behavior because nothing could be done and they did not want to lose their jobs or be considered ‘untrustworthy’ by employers, clients or legislators,” the letter said.

According to the report, women said that they “avoid or refuse to be alone with Representative Durham, a situation which has affected their ability to perform their jobs.”

Read more: http://www.rawstory.com/2016/04/gop-cosponsor-of-anti-trans-bathroom-bill-is-a-danger-to-unsuspecting-women-probe-finds/

How Hundreds of Superdelegates were "bought" by the Clinton Campaign.

You know, I always thought it was somewhat strange that so many Superdelegates had endorsed Hillary Clinton even many months before the Primary race started.

As Debbie Wasserman Schultz explained to Rachel Maddow, the Superdelegates should not be treated or counted like pledged delegates. They do not have to declare their preference until the Convention.

I always thought it was strange, then, that so many Party officials and officeholders would be tripping all over each other in a mad rush to endorse Hillary, when the convention was still a year away.

Now I know why.


http://www.dailykos.com/story/2016/4/6/1511462/-CORRUPTION-How-Hundreds-of-Superdelegates-were-Literally-bought-by-the-Clinton-Campaign

Poll: Sanders surges in California

Bernie Sanders is surging in California, according to a Field Poll of likely Democratic primary voters released Friday.

Hillary Clinton still leads the Vermont senator in the state, 47 percent to 41 percent with 12 percent undecided, but the former secretary of state has seen only a modest, 1-point uptick since the last survey was conducted in January. Sanders, meanwhile, has jumped 6 percentage points.


http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-dem-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/04/bernie-sanders-california-primary-poll-221711

Okay I'm having a Bernie argument

on face book with a republican. I went to school with him, but he might be reachable.

I posted this to his page,



To which he replied.

That's a powerful video Paul. The USA already has some socialist programs: welfare, food stamps, SS, etc. What BS is suggesting is not free. Where does the money come from? The top 1%? I'm pretty sure that even all their wealth would not finance the social programs that BS wants to put in place. Where does the rest come from? You and me Paul, you and me. There is no free lunch,... ever!

And I'm really not up to arguing with this type of person. I would like to turn people that seem reachable. But I don't want to get in arguments. Any help, on short simple posts that might make someone think?

any help? Otherwise I'll just ignore him. I don't really have the energy or time to tit for tat argue. But I will cut and paste and let y'all follow a long just for fun
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