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defining Trump's current campaign

Break out the marshmallows!!! Him Hillary Us

Bob Wood-80 years young - Guitar Man



This might not say it all, but it does say part of it perfectly.

here is just one reason...

..... I stopped taking Hillary haters seriously a long time ago. After all these months/years, they still don't know what the definition of a f****** dynasty is. Check this thread out. Talking about one president. The Clinton Dynasty? WTF!! Had to get that off my chest. Carry on.


Sander's hypocrisy concerning primaries

I'm putting this here simply because I don't feel like wading through the river of denial.😛

I’m Sorry Sanders Supporters, but Bernie is Being Fairly Hypocritical on a Few Things

May 30, 2016 By Allen Clifton

I have been critical of some of Bernie Sanders’ tactics over the past year, I still do think he’s a good guy who has a lot of great intentions. I don’t agree with all of his policy stances, but I do agree with most of them. If he ended up being the Democratic nominee this year, I would proudly fight for and support him just as I would Hillary Clinton or pretty much any solid Democratic candidate.

Look, if you’re someone who honestly believes the system is “rigged” against Sanders, or “voter fraud” gave Clinton wins in New York, Arizona and Nevada, then stop reading this now. Nothing I say is going to convince you that you’re wrong. Heck, even when FiveThirtyEight.com (a website that does nothing but statistically break down things) used indisputable math to prove that the system isn’t “rigged” against Sanders — many called them a “shill for Clinton.” That’s what I mean when I say a lot of people really don’t want facts, they just want to be told what they want to hear. But the truth of the matter is, Sanders is being rather hypocritical with his criticism of the primary process and superdelegetes.

Read more at: http://www.forwardprogressives.com/im-sorry-sanders-supporters-but-bernie-is-being-very-hypocritical-right-now/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ForwardProgressives+%28Forward+Progressives%29

not a single one

Scrolled down the entire first page of latest threads and not one for Bernie among them with the majority being attacks on Hillary Clinton. I thought this was one but it turns out to be just another attack.


For some it seems the desire to see Trump beat Hillary has overshadowed any desire to see Bernie Sanders elected president.

To be fair the poster did mention something about Bernie and $15 an hour.

Just got home from work, so...

....this is my late, over the top, jumping up and down, and doing cartwheels congratulations to Hillary Clinton and all supporters. We will all be looking forward to witnessing history on January 20th. MADAME PRESIDENT!!

Email from Robby Mook

Got this a few minutes ago. This is the kind of shit republicans feed their constituents who lap it up like catnip and treat it as though it were gospel. Robbie sets the record straight.

I want to let you know about a development that just occurred, because it matters. The tone of this primary matters, and the condition of our party at the end of it will matter as we prepare to face Donald Trump or Ted Cruz this fall.

Earlier today, the Sanders campaign wrote a letter to the Democratic National Committee, falsely accusing us of violating campaign finance law.

You won’t be surprised by what happened next: 26 minutes after the letter was sent, his campaign sent a fundraising email attempting to capitalize on the phony charges.

(Before you read any further, let's get one thing straight: this accusation is false. They're questioning our joint fundraising agreement with the DNC, which allows us to support Democrats running up and down the ticket -- the same fundraising structure used by President Obama in 2008 and 2012.)

This latest incident is part of a troubling pattern of behavior -- occurring just as Bernie’s mathematical odds of winning the nomination dwindle toward zero -- in which Sanders and his team are not just debating us on issues (which we all agree is perfectly fair), but rather attacking Hillary Clinton’s character, integrity, and motivations.

The fact that they include the Democratic Party in these charges -- an organization we want future generations of progressives to trust and support -- further confirms that the Sanders campaign has let things get out of hand in its waning days. To wit:

Over the weekend, they had protesters outside one of our fundraising events -- one whose proceeds went not just to Hillary for America, but to the Democratic National Committee and 32 state Democratic Parties -- throwing dollar bills at Hillary’s motorcade, as if they were at, shall we say, an adult entertainment venue. This was just days after someone introducing Bernie at a rally called Hillary a “Democratic whore.”
In last week’s debate, Bernie questioned Hillary’s commitment to fighting climate change because a whopping 0.2% of the money given to our campaign has come from employees of oil and gas companies. Not even 2%, mind you: 0.2%.
And of course, Sanders spent several days calling Hillary unqualified for the presidency, based on an entirely false claim that Hillary had said the same about him. She hadn’t (and still hasn’t, even after what he said).
To be clear, we welcome a debate on the important issues facing Americans, like how to prevent gun violence, encourage tolerance, and do more to level the playing field for Americans who are counting on us.

But it’s hard to see how anyone -- other than Donald Trump and Ted Cruz -- benefits from this downward spiral of irresponsible and baseless attacks. Right about now is when we ought to be talking about coming together as a progressive movement, not undermining a generation of voters’ faith in the Democratic Party and in the woman who is almost certain to be its nominee.

Thank you for everything you do to support our campaign.


Robby Mook
Campaign Manager
Hillary for America

The Absurb Reaction (the Clooneys)

The Absurd Reaction to the George Clooney Fundraiser Proves That “Tea Party Liberals” Exist
April 18, 2016 By Allen Clifton
I really wasn’t going to write anything about the absurdity surrounding the George Clooney fundraiser, but the ridiculousness of it all became so overwhelming that I had to address it. It’s rare that I see anything as ludicrous as all of this coming from the left.

First, yes, it was an extremely high-dollar fundraiser, just like basically every other presidential candidate in history has had – even President Obama. You know, the Democrat who broke a record when it came to receiving money from Wall Street. In fact, President Obama raised a ton of money in 2008 and 2012, and had a super PAC. Yet he also went on to pass Dodd-Frank and has been a pretty damn good president. So this childish reaction to this fundraiser – including protesters throwing dollar bills at Hillary Clinton’s vehicle – is asinine. Then can I point out a pretty obvious fact? These folks throwing a hissy fit over this fundraiser, and those who actually took time out of their lives to protest it, do realize that this thing was put together by George Clooney and his wife Amal Clooney, right? And are these people aware that the Clooney’s are huge human rights activists? His wife has built a large part of her career fighting for human rights all over the world. To say nothing about the fact that George Clooney has been a massive advocate for gay rights here in the U.S. and has spent a great deal of time bringing attention to many of the atrocities that have gone in on places like Darfur and Sudan. Hell, he was arrested in a protest that included Martin Luther King III at the Sudanese Embassy protesting genocide in Sudan. But people were protesting the fact that he held a fundraiser where the leading Democratic candidate was the “guest of honor”? Are you kidding me? Oh, and another thing, did these people realize that the overwhelming majority of the money that was raised is actually going to help down-ballot Democrats get elected so we can get Congress out of Republican control?

Read more at: http://www.forwardprogressives.com/george-clooney-fundraiser-tea-party-liberals/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ForwardProgressives+%28Forward+Progress

Movie title fit for Bernie's campaign

My choice? The Crying Game Only because The Crying Pissing Moaning and Groaning Game was too long.
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