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Cal33

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Young man, many thanks for this post. With your intelligence and capacity for hard work, I

believe a great future lies ahead of you.

You seem to use a good deal of name-calling and sloganeering, and

avoid talking about the facts with evidence Fourscore has presented.
This is so typical of the very Right-Wingers you are criticizing.

This 22-year-old young man is taking a double-major in college, and still finds time to

take a stab at investigative journalism on his own. I wonder how he finds the time to
do all that. He has to be an awfully fast learner. My admiration goes out to him.

There are lawyers and lawyers. The lefties have very differenr political views from the right-

wingers.

Howdy, there! This Internet has really made it easier to communicate, regardless

of any distance. I still look upon the computer with admiration, if not awe, and
think of of it as a miracle.

If you haven't read this post, you should. You might learn something.

http://www.democraticunderground.com/12511625920

Not voting for her would be helping the Republicans to win. I think the Republicans,

if anything, are even less honest than she is -- if that's possible. Democracy would
at least be still half-alive. And being half-alive is better than being dead.

It now seems unlikely that either Clinton or Trump would win. Cruz is certainly no
bargain either. Bernie still has the best chances of winning.

Just found out today that my state has switched back to paper votes

as of now. The switch had actually been approved several years ago,
but they didn't have the money to do it. Now it's been done. Boy, am
I glad! It has been a long wait -- 16 years to be exact.

You've given your warm and friendly feelings, but they might not work here. There may

be Republicans posing as Democrats at DU, and their purpose is to create problems for
us -- not to help us unite.

I've said this before, and I'll say it again: I still will vote for Hillary, should Bernie not
win the Primaries.

"In that case" I think he'd do more good working together with Elizabeth Warren in the

Senate to recruit more real Progressives -- among other things. He'd be wasted as V-P.
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