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Posted by trueblue2007 | Sat Dec 5, 2015, 03:04 PM (1 replies)

CNN/ORC poll: In Democratic race, Clinton solidifies lead .... December 4, 2015

CNN/ORC poll: In Democratic race, Clinton solidifies lead
By Jennifer Agiesta, CNN Polling Director
Updated 1:03 PM ET, Fri December 4, 2015

CNN) In a Democratic field that has winnowed to just three candidates, Hillary Clinton has regained a dominant lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, topping him by a 28-point margin, her widest in CNN/ORC polling since July.

Clinton leads Sanders 58% to 30%, with former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley registering just 2%, according to a CNN/ORC Poll released Friday.
The poll finds Clinton widely seen as better able to handle matters of foreign policy than Sanders, an advantage that has likely helped the former secretary of state as global affairs and national security have gained prominence in the presidential campaign. Broad majorities of Democratic voters report that they trust Clinton most on foreign policy (74%) and handling ISIS (59%), and as best able to handle the responsibilities that come with being commander-in-chief (64%).


In the October poll, Clinton and Sanders ran nearly evenly among voters under age 55 (42% Clinton to 37% Sanders), liberal voters (43% Clinton to 37% Sanders) and independents who lean toward the Democratic Party (41% Clinton to 37% Sanders). In the new poll with the slimmed-down field, Clinton posts leads among each of those groups, topping Sanders 48% to 39% among those under age 55, 52% to 42% among liberals, and 48% to 40% among independents who lean toward the Democratic Party.

The CNN/ORC Poll was conducted by telephone November 27 through December 1 among a random national sample of 1,020 adults. Interviews were conducted with 930 registered voters, including 403 who are Democrats or independents who lean toward the Democratic Party. For results among Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters, the margin of sampling error is plus or minus 5 percentage points.



Snow Cat - Simon's Cat (A Festive Special)


Posted by trueblue2007 | Fri Dec 4, 2015, 05:20 PM (4 replies)

A CHARLIE BROWN Thanksgiving.... full program

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O'Malley is fantastic

i really like him alot.

I POSTED THIS COOL THREAD about Hillary. Hillary Clinton Shows Her ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ In Iowa


website and article here http://americannewsx.com/politics/watch-hillary-clinton-shows-her-eye-of-the-tiger-in-iowa-video-full-speech/

Hillary Clinton Shows Her ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ In Iowa

Hillary Clinton Shows Her ‘Eye Of The Tiger’ In Iowa

Fresh off her stomping of the GOP in this week’s congressional hearings and a big debate performance last week, Hillary Clinton capped a great day in Iowa rallying democrats with what might be one of the best if not the best speech of her career. Clinton came to the stage with Katy Perry’s ‘Eye of the Tiger’ blasting. Unlike GOP candidates, who have repeatedly been embarrassed by pop stars threatening to sue candidates or issuing ‘cease and desist’ letters after their songs were used, Clinton not only had the approval of Perry, the singer was in the audience after doing a free concert earlier for the candidate. I think that means she approves of Clinton’s message.

Clinton began talking about the differences between the GOP and the Democrats. Mainly highlighting the low brow snipes that have been commonplace on the right vs an honest exchange of ideas and tackling issues Americans care about from the Democrats.

She spent the rest of the speech talking about solutions for the American people. Because, as she put it (in the 2nd video below) ‘it’s not enough to just rail against republicans.’

Clinton channelled her husband when she borrowed one of his classic lines when she said ‘there is nothing wrong with America that can’t be fixed by what is right with America.’

The glow sticks waved by people in the crowd made a great visual as Clinton spoke on issue after issue. She restated that she is a ‘progressive who likes to get things done.’ That line brought thunderous applause — but then again, so did most of the speech. Clinton spoke for about 30 minutes, but it really didn’t seem like it. She had the crowd on their feet for a good part of the speech, some people never sitting down. I suspect even some Sanders and O Malley supporters even joined in.




GOPigger Paul Ryan doesn't help American families.



One Halloween a trick-or-treater came to my door dressed as "Rocky" in boxing gloves and satin shorts. Soon after I gave him some goodies, he returned for more. "Aren't you the same 'Rocky' who left my doorstep several minutes ago?" I asked. "Yes," he replied, "but now I'm the sequel. I'll be back three more times tonight too."
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