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(13,297 posts)
Tue Nov 24, 2015, 05:27 AM Nov 2015

Bernie Sanders- Positive Analysis of 2 New Ads on Bloomberg's "With All Due Respect"

*** video segment starts at 17:00 ***

...for the section of the show about the new ads and the race for the Presidency in Iowa and New Hampshire. Sounds like the financial war chest going into Iowa and New Hampshire is going to allow for many more of these types of ads and expansion of his awareness with voters there.

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Bernie Sanders- Positive Analysis of 2 New Ads on Bloomberg's "With All Due Respect" (Original Post) tomm2thumbs Nov 2015 OP
Let me just make this point. Duckfan Nov 2015 #1
Interesting ejbr Nov 2015 #2
With all that analysis, ejbr Nov 2015 #3
From Wikipedia: jamesatemple Nov 2015 #4
Thanks ejbr Nov 2015 #5


(1,268 posts)
1. Let me just make this point.
Tue Nov 24, 2015, 07:09 AM
Nov 2015

Mark mentioned that Bernie is going to need to expand/maintain boots on the ground in Iowa and New Hampshire. I'm not sure what he means by that. I'm sure many people are working their tails off to contact voters in both states.

However, let me remind you that he had boots on the ground before he made the announcement he was running.

And you may ask, how were there boots on the ground before he announced?

Hint: Another candidate we were hoping would run. If you guessed Senator Warren, you are correct. The people from "Run Warren Run" were already in Iowa and NH. All those people had to do was simply shift gears. I think Bernie was very lucky to have this infrastructure in place before the announcement.

That is what you call one hell of a head start.


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4. From Wikipedia:
Tue Nov 24, 2015, 07:31 AM
Nov 2015

"A person giving firm but benevolent advice." I've heard the expression for most of my 75 years.

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