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Oh no. I have no one on ignore and I can assure you not only is there an absence

of appreciation those threads are ignored like the plague by certain posters. Take for example an unplanned Bernie meeting with Sandra Bland's mother at a restaurant and Bernie saying her name at the debate and nothing else about it and the family going public with that meeting about a week later. That was completely ignored. Hillary's well publicized planned meeting with other families of violence and released by her campaign was praised to high heaven by the same posters who ignored Bernie's actions.. So no, you see that there is racial justice and then there is racial justice. There is a big difference there.




Awesome. You are doing a wonderful job

"supporting" Hillary and I truly hope your "support" will get her where she should be.

Wow just WOW

Yes I'm sorry. I realize a true Bernie supporter would use all their posts to

praise Hillary or anyone running in the primary other than Saint Bernie He Of The Unholy Supporters and Other People Who Decline To Support Hillary Clinton When The Election Is Still A Full Year Away . Wow, try typing that while holding a glass of wine.

I love President Gore.

I didn't dismiss what Bernie said, I gave an opinion. I do happen to think for myself

and I'm a very opinionated old Latina woman and I will speak my mind. You don't like what I say? Don't read what I say because no person alive tells me what to say or how I should should say something. Do you disagree that a dung beetle would be a better president than a republican? It's sad when people look for a reason to attack someone for such an innocent and true statement about republicans just to score points.

Bernie Sanders Blasts Media For Focusing On Ben Carson's Biography Instead Of His Policies

"I know it's a crazy idea, but maybe we focus on the issues impacting the American people."

Bravo Bernie

Bernie is absolutely right. The media should only be considering Carson's policies, not his lies. Why worry about Carson's lies when his ideas are the real danger and the focus should be on those so that people know where he stands on those issues.


Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) called out the media on Sunday for scrutinizing GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson's personal story, thereby diverting attention away from his policy positions.

“I think it might be a better idea, I know it's a crazy idea, but maybe we focus on the issues impacting the American people and what candidates are saying, rather than just spending so much time exploring their lives of 30 or 40 years ago,” Sanders, who is running for the Democratic presidential nomination, said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.” “And I think the reason that so many people are turned off to the political process has a lot to do with the fact that we're not talking about the real issues impacting real people.”

“When you look at Dr. Carson, to the best of my knowledge, this man does not believe that climate change is caused by human activity. This man wants to abolish Medicare, impacting tens of millions of seniors, and this man wants to give huge tax breaks to the rich,” Sanders said.

“Look, I listened to the interviews with Dr. Carson. And it's interesting," he said. "But you know what, Chuck? The American people want to know why the middle class of this country is disappearing, why we have 47 million people living in poverty, why we have massive income and wealth inequality.”

Does not the life of a conservative anti-abortion zealot who died in a war of choice

supposedly defending our country not matter? She's still one of the 145 military women who died in Iraq. Republican or Democrat what difference? Dead is dead. A life ended for no reason other than donning a military uniform and trusting the CIC. It only makes sense to vote for the man who was voted against sending her there to honor her, instead of the one who voted yes to send her there because she trusted the republicans not to go to war when they had made it clear there would be war, one way or the other. Using a dead woman as a cheap talking point indeed.

We knew what was going on with Bush and Iraq after 9/11. We knew what was behind the Iraq war drums

and the morphing by them of 9/11 and Iraq. We knew. If we knew and understood what their game was, a Senator who is privy to more information than we had to have known it also. The Iraq war vote was politically expedient for Hillary. The loss of life from that one action, theirs and ours is the stain that blots out and covers all else.

Exactly so. Banks, universities, Wall Street and colleges are philanthropic institutions

and are always giving to charity and doing great deeds.

noun: philanthropy
the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes.
synonyms: benevolence, generosity, humanitarianism, public-spiritedness, altruism, social conscience, charity, charitableness, brotherly love, fellow feeling, magnanimity, munificence, liberality, largesse, openhandedness, bountifulness, beneficence, unselfishness, humanity, kindness, kindheartedness, compassion; historicalalmsgiving
"a family noted for its philanthropy"
a philanthropic institution; a charity.
plural noun: philanthropies

So she was talking about the kids? You don't have to be a teacher or a candidate to know that.

An idiot knows kids who misbehave should be put in time out. Kid's being put in time out isn't a solution when a police man beats the fucking shit out of them. Sheesh! I saw the video I would not have been as digusted if I had seen
some stupid cop drag a kid out of the classroom.
What upset me was the assult on that child that I watched on that video. Big fucking difference between an assault on a student and watching
some stupid cop drag a kid out of the classroom.
I know what I saw.
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