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A recent Quinnipiac poll shows 67% of the people find Clinton "not honest and trustworthy,"

59% of the people find Trump "not honest and trustworthy." This shows that more people
trust Trump than Clinton!

The same poll shows 68% of the people find Bernie Sanders "honest and trustworthy."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/h-a-goodman/sanders-won-michigan-because-hes-honest_b_9416226.html

How is it possible for Clinton to win against Sanders when,

for the better part of a year, polls have consistently shown that when comparing Sanders or
Clinton to the Republican candidates in a hypothetical General Election, Sanders always beat
all of them every time, and by big margins; but Clinton almost always lost to all of them.
From this alone common sense and logic will bring one to the conclusion that Sanders has
a far better chance of winning the GE than Clinton.

Clinton supporters repeat the explanation that if Sanders should win the Democratic
nomination, the Republicans would slaughter him with their deluge of criticisms. I think
this is poor reasoning. Sanders knows how to answer back. When the GOP comes out with
its lies, he will openly point them out, and come out with the truth .

It is the American people who are voting, and lies or no lies, the American people like and
trust Bernie Sanders. The majority of the people know that he will do his best to pull our
country out of the moral gutter that we have been in since the past 3+ decades.

Polls have consistently shown for an adequate period of time that Bernie will beat any
Republican, and Hillary will lose. Yet the Establishment Democrats are doing their best
to bring Bernie down. We've already seen that the DNC has been very willing to play dirty
to help Clinton win, haven't we? Who knows what other tricks the DNC are playing right now?

Could it be that Establishment Democrats have gone so far to the right, that they would now
prefer to have a Republican rather than a Progressive for president? What other conclusions
can anyone else come up with?

You seem to be oblivious to the fact that the Republicans are having their problems

right now, too! They want to get rid of Donald Trump, but they don't know how. And
he knows it, and he doesn't care either! He only laughs at them, and at the Democrats, too.

The true Dems., the Progressives and Liberals, are in the minority. The majority have long

since changed and adopted values more like those of the Republicans - such as bribery,
corruption and everybody for himself, and to hell with the rest. Being helpful to one's
neighbor is now looked upon by many as behaving like a "Socialist."

That's the way things have become. We have been under the leadership of sociopaths
- both in government and in the industrial world - for far too long. We and our values have
become degenerate. That's why we're rolling in the gutter.

In the link from the US Census Bureau, Louisiana 2014, look under "Race and Hispanic" You will find:

"White alone": 63.4%

"Black alone": 32.5%

The white population outnumbers the black by nearly 2 to 1. So it would be more
accurate to say that more whites "rejected the civil rights activist for the
Goldwater girl" than blacks did, correct?

Look, we all knew it was a given that Sanders would do poorly in the vast majority
of the Southern States. Few, if any, expected anything different. Most Southern
states are conservative, and these elections are only showing the truth of that
statement.

Let's see how the rest of the election will go when all the states will have voted.
It's the only way to be sure.

http://www.census.gov/quickfacts/table/PST045215/22

A recent National Poll shows that Sanders would beat all 3 Republicans in a hypothetical GE by wide

margins, whereas Clinton would lose to Rubio and Cruz. This repeats the same findings of old polls.

Another national poll showed that 48% of Republicans would not vote for Trump in a
hypothetical General Election.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/01/politics/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-poll/

http://www.democraticunderground.com/12511379528

It looks like both Trump and Clinton would probably win in the primaries, but lose in the
General Election. Apparently, many Republicans are sick and tired of the RNC, and they,
like their Democratic counterparts, are also demanding reform and change in their Party.

National poll:Clinton and Sanders both win against Trump, but Clinton loses to Rubio and Cruz, and

Sanders beats all 3 Republican candidates by large margins in hypothetical General Election.

Poll: 48% of Republicans would not vote for Trump in hypothetical GE.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/01/politics/donald-trump-hillary-clinton-bernie-sanders-poll/

http://www.democraticunderground.com/12511379528

This, of course, brings up the question: Should people with such childish temperaments be

senators at all? Don't the American people deserve better than that?

Elizabeth Warren shows weakneses of Hillary Clinton's Wall Street Connection Defense. She also

maintains that many laws against economic crimes already exist, but the Administration
personnel rarely apply them strongly enough to the businesses that break those laws.

Elizabeth also points out clearly that, unlike Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders has not
accepted a single cent from business corporations and private interests. This is not a
direct endorsement of Bernie for the presidency, but it does show clearly whose side
she is on. I don't know why she has not yet openly endorsed Bernie, but I assume
she has her reasons.

This is a highly interesting article covering several important points.


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/liam-miller/elizabeth-warren-hillary-clinton_b_9346302.html

What about all the dirty tricks against Sanders carried out by Debbie Schultz of DNC to

make him lose and help Clinton win? And Debbie stops at nothing. She behaves like
a Republican.
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