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Hillary Sounds Like Bernie at Campaign Launch (link to transcript)


Except she's ight on substance. No specifics. Invocation of FDR.

I noticed she wanted to change the tax code for investors.... That got me a little worried. What does she mean specifically? Lower capital gains?

Says she'll have specifics in a few weeks....

Looks like Bernie's had a strong impact on Hillary already. Can't wait til she endorses him

PS - could not cut and paste on my phone.

Why is obama continuing Bush's Iraq war debacle? I voted for him to end that war. He lied.

I'm just completely disgusted.

This war is un-winnable and immoral, in my view.

Newly-Declassified U.S. Government Documents: The West Supported the Creation of ISIS

Posted by grahamhgreen | Mon Jun 8, 2015, 03:39 AM (0 replies)

FYI - the c-word does not have a negative connotation for all people:


Can we all agree? Hillary or Bernie, we'll vote Democratic in the general election!

Senator Sanders On Jobs:

Are war Hawks insane? I mean

They been tryin the same damn thing over there in the Mid East for 14 years... Continuing a war over there that's been goin on for 1400 years... All the while expectin' a different result....

That's just plain crazy, right?

Democrats, in fact, are as likely to have a favorable view of capitalism (43%) as socialism.

Go, Bernie, go!


China’s wind farms can now produce more energy than all of America’s nuclear plants

Nukes are a dirty, dangerous fuel from a bygone era. The fact is, without taxpayers subsidies, nukes would never be built in this country. NO NUKES.


See for comparison: http://www.eia.gov/nuclear/generation/

So, US Plans 20,000 Troop Offensive (How do we pay for this?)


The U.S. is considering offering a range of backing for the offensive, such as air support, intelligence and logistics, the official said. The military also has not ruled out deploying a small number of U.S. troops on the ground to find targets and call in airstrikes.

While U.S. President Barack Obama has pledged U.S. forces will not become embroiled in ground combat in Iraq, he asked Congress this month to approve an authorization for use of military force he said would permit ground missions. These include serving as spotters for strikes, using special operations forces to target ISIS leaders, collecting intelligence and conducting rescue operations.

The U.S. and allies have established five sites in the region to train Iraqi forces. About 3,200 forces are now in training and almost 2,000 have been graduated
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