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Ladies and gentlemen the award for best press release accepting a debate goes to.....

Bernie Sanders

Sanders Accepts Invitation to New York Debate
APRIL 4, 2016
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MILWAUKEE – U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday accepted an invitation from CNN to debate Hillary Clinton in Brooklyn on April 14 before the New York Democratic Party primary election.

“Sen. Sanders has accepted another invitation to debate Hillary Clinton in New York. We are glad that she finally has agreed,” said Michael Briggs, Sanders’ spokesman. “Sanders all along has pressed for a debate on television in prime time so the greatest number of New Yorkers and Americans may listen to the candidates and decide for themselves who has the best ideas about how to reform our rigged economy and the corrupt campaign finance system. It’s great for the people of New York that there will be a debate in Brooklyn, something that the Clinton campaign has long opposed.

“Fortunately, we were able to move a major New York City rally scheduled for April 14 to the night before. We hope the debate will be worth the inconvenience for thousands of New Yorkers who were planning to attend our rally on Thursday but will have to change their schedules to accommodate Secretary Clinton’s jam-packed, high-dollar, coast-to-coast schedule of fundraisers all over the country.”

CNN invited Sanders and Clinton to the debate ahead of New York’s April 19 Democratic Party primary election.

Sanders previously accepted NBC’s invitation to a prime-time debate next Sunday but that date conflicted with Clinton’s heavy schedule of high-dollar fundraisers, including one on that date in Virginia.

Both the Sanders and Clinton campaigns agreed last January to hold an additional debate in April and another in May.

Sanders was in Wisconsin on Monday appearing at rallies in Milwaukee, Green Bay and Janesville ahead of Tuesday’s primary.


STUNNER: NYT Reports that Bernie Considers His Campaign Strategy a ‘Character Assault’ on Hillary

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A New York Times story on why Bernie Sanders is losing to Hillary Clinton contains a major admission: Bernie’s ‘release the transcripts’ attack line is “the sort of character assault he has long opposed.”

I read it and just can't find where Bernie actualy said he considers his campaign strategy a ‘Character Assault’ on Hillary. Can anyone explain this to me?

Is this supposed to be the stunner??

Mr. Sanders’s advisers urged him to challenge Mrs. Clinton over accepting $675,000 from Goldman Sachs for delivering three speeches, according to two Sanders advisers. Mr. Sanders, hunched over a U-shaped conference table, rejected it as a personal attack on Mrs. Clinton’s income — the sort of character assault he has long opposed. She has the right to make money, he offered.

Has Clinton apologized to Eva Resnick-Day for viciously going off on her when she

simply asked a respectful question that Bernie and O'Malley were decent enough to respond to? Hilly was not happy at all was she? A terrible temperament for anyone to have.

She doesn't seem to be that nice, even to her errant husband who worked so hard on her last failed campaign and now this one when it's obvious his heath isn't the best. She only seems to respect those in power, maybe because they can do more for her. Who knows. But it certainly isn't a nice trait.

It has everything to do with it. Bernie is a man and Hillary is a woman?

Ergo gender, women getting paid the same as men, taxes and how dare you harp about her transcripts are all one and the same. And when you throw in the fact that Hillary is losing it big time, as in the video below, well there you have it.

I like this video too so I decided to add it

It was not a good thing certain folks didn't bother to participate in yesterday's NV caucus

It looks like to me that could very well be an indication of how shallow Hillary's support really is. Will her supporters bother to vote in the GE? Seeing this is a real concern for me.

Has Hillary Clinton apologized to Eva Resnick-Day for going off on her when she

simply asked a respectful question?

OMG I got Brocksplained. It's all over me!!!

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