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Complaints of NY Board of Elections having purged more than 125,000 Democratic Voters from their

rolls will be investigated by Judge:

I wouldn't be surprised if there has been cheating in other states also since the Primaries began on Feb. 1, 2016.
Has the case in Arizona been settled? And will election and vote frauds continue right until June 14, 2016?

http://lawnewz.com/high-profile/breaking-judge-to-hold-hearing-on-emergency-lawsuit-filed-over-alleged-ny-voter-registration-fraud/

EW entered poliics late in life, yet became a political power within a short space of time.

I think she was able to do this because she was one of the few politicians who had
the courage to point out the depths of corruption and degradation our nation has
fallen into -- and she told the truth in such depth, and with such eloquence! It was
high time that someone in authority did come out with such information for the
American people -- and she was the one who did it, and is continuing to do it. A
large fraction of our entire nation loved her for her daring. She has earned our
admiration and respect

She is 67 years old now. How much time has she left to "leave her options open" to?
At one time we were the most admired country in the world, and deservedly so.
Among other things, we did help so many foreign nations get back on their feet after
World War II. I think both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are trying to bring
our nation back to that state that it once had been.

The job ahead is an incredibly difficult one. I don't expect to see it accomplished
in my life-time.

I suppose there might be a few Republican moles planted here to cause the Democrats more harm.

I suppose there are some who are in this only to win, and will lose further interest if they don't,

but I hope there are many more who are in this more deeply than that. Bernie has started a
movement. Furthermore, there are followers of Elizabeth Warren. They are so similar in their
goals and ideals. Please see my Post 4 here in this thread a little further down.

You are correct. Bernie has started a movement, and this movement will continue after he will have

left the political scene, whether he wins the presidency this November or not.

Furthermore, Elizabeth Warren has a similar following, although she is not so much encouraging them
at this moment. I believe she doesn't want to draw attention away from Bernie's presidential campaign
right now.

After November, or earlier if Bernie does not win the primaries, I hope both groups will unite. Bernie
and Elizabeth are so much alike in their political, economic and humanitarian views. This union will
strengthen them, and I hope they will take quick action. Our whole nation needs to reform -- and needs
it very badly. To me it looks like the democracy we have always known is on its last legs. We can't go
on much longer like this. And more and more people are finally becoming aware of the situation.

I am rooting for the both of them.

Just saw on Fox News at 11:25 A.M.: 6% of Americans trust the news media - about the same number as

those who trust Congress! The last I heard, it was 9% that trusted Congress. This was some months ago.
The number must have come down still further.

And Fox News is (in my opinion) one of the main causes of the lack of trust in the news media. Are they
openly admitting this? Does this mean that they might be thinking of changing their style? It might be
good for their business if more people trusted them, wouldn't it? Money talks, right?

I watch Fox News once in a blue moon, and for about 5 minutes or so. Glad that I caught this one.

iT'S probably a question of timing. He is doing a lot of work, practically non-stop. I

wonder how a 74-year-old guy has that much energy. He needs to win the
presidency first, and then he and Elizabeth Warren will be working together
hard to get more Progressives into Congress. Then they will be able to get
the ball really rolling and make those reforms.

The Republicans will be blocking him all the way, as they are doing with
Obama.

Hillary will probably help elect more Third-Way Democrats. We have too many of them already. We

need more Progressives. Without more Progressives there will be no reform in the Dem. Party -- only
more status quo. I think that's one of the reasons why Bernie is doing what he does.

You are quite correct. I hope Sanders wins. If he does not win, he and Elizabeth Warren will have

started a Movement to reform the corrupt and degenerate group that the Democratic
Establishment has become. They are too much under the sway and influence of that
Great Corrupter -- Wall Street.

This Movement will be taken over by others, and will continue the needed reforms
after Warren and Sanders will have left the political scene. It's here to stay.
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