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BREAKING: Bernie Sanders Campaign Basically Admits Defeat

One day before the Wisconsin primary, the Bernie Sanders campaign has all but conceded that Hillary Clinton has clinched the nomination.

An eye-opening story in The New York Times reveals the Sanders campaign has been more effective than they hoped. But early missteps seem to have cost him the nomination:

“Mr. Sanders is now campaigning more effectively than many expected, exposing Mrs. Clinton’s weaknesses as a candidate, and is positioning himself to win contests like the Wisconsin primary on Tuesday. But allies and advisers of Mr. Sanders say they missed opportunities to run an aggressive political operation in 2015 that would have presented more of a challenge to Mrs. Clinton. She has now firmly built a big lead in delegates needed to clinch the nomination — a margin that would be smaller if Mr. Sanders had run differently last year, according to interviews with more than 15 people who are on his team or close to him.”

…All those decisions stemmed in part from Mr. Sanders’s outlook on the race. He was originally skeptical that he could beat Mrs. Clinton, and his mission in 2015 was to spread his political message about a rigged America rather than do whatever it took to win the nomination. By the time he caught fire with voters this winter and personally began to believe he could defeat Mrs. Clinton, she was already on her way to building an all but insurmountable delegate lead.”

Sanders is predicted to win the Wisconsin primary tomorrow but only by a few points. If he has any hope of winning the nomination, he has to win in Wisconsin, New York and California by much bigger margins.

Posted by liberal N proud | Mon Apr 4, 2016, 04:47 PM (41 replies)

Early Missteps Seen as a Drag on Bernie Sanders’s Campaign

The morning after he lost the Nevada caucuses in February, Bernie Sanders held a painful conference call with his top advisers.

Mr. Sanders expressed deep frustration that he had not built a stronger political operation in the state, and then turned to the worrisome situation at hand.

His strategy for capturing the Democratic presidential nomination was based on sweeping all three early-voting states, and he had fallen short, winning only New Hampshire — to the consternation of his wife, Jane, who questioned whether he should have campaigned more in 2015.

Without that sweep, his aides thought at the time, Mr. Sanders had little hope of overcoming his vast problems with black voters in the Southern primaries. And he had no convincing evidence to challenge Hillary Clinton’s electability.

“If Clinton had lost Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, it would have been a devastating series of defeats that would have called into question her entire campaign,” said Tad Devine, one of several Sanders advisers who described the Feb. 21 conference call. “We had to shift our strategy. But no matter what, the nomination became tougher to win.”


Hillary Clinton Group
Posted by liberal N proud | Mon Apr 4, 2016, 06:32 AM (45 replies)

Is today the day the BS campaign started to crumble?

A lot of BS negatives out there today and it got wondering, is this the beginning of the end?
Posted by liberal N proud | Sun Apr 3, 2016, 07:04 PM (24 replies)

Post in LBN needs some love HILLARY CLINTON GROUP


Posted by liberal N proud | Sat Apr 2, 2016, 10:30 PM (2 replies)

This should give the BSER'S something to be victims over

Sanders reportedly left off D.C. primary ballot after Democratic Party error

Because of an error by the D.C. Democratic Party, Sen. Bernard Sanders’ name is not on the ballot, according to a report by WRC-TV, the local NBC affiliate.

.Both the Vermont senator’s team and the campaign of rival Hillary Clinton submitted the required $2,500 registration fee and other paperwork but the party did not notify the D.C. Board of Elections by a key deadline.

The registration deadline was March 16, but the party did not send the board Mr. Sanders’ registration information until the 17th, according to the affiliate. As a result of this error, Mr. Sanders’ eligibility to appear on the ballot is being contested, WRC explained.

DC Democratic Party Chairwoman Anita Bonds told The Washington Times that the party’s primary-plan, which included the paperwork for all candidates, was submitted by 7 p.m. on the 16th. The D.C. Board of Elections offices closes at 4:45 p.m.

Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Mar 30, 2016, 07:21 PM (13 replies)

This is too funny: Dear Fellow Bernie Supporters: Stop Embarrassing Us

Dear Fellow Bernie Supporters: Stop Embarrassing Us
When Senator Bernie Sanders entered the presidential race with his crazy hair and hardcore hate for Wall Street, income inequality, student loan debt and the military industrial complex, I fell in love. I felt the Bern so much that I immediately spent a bunch of money on Bernie gear and declared he was my guy. I even considered getting a Bernie tattoo, seriously (my editor is shaking his head as he reads that, I guarantee it). I imagine it is the same feeling that many people felt when an unknown senator from Chicago put his hat in for the White House in 2007. Sanders, like Obama, is the “underdog” and I love me a good underdog story. I am still a HUGE Bernie fan, but there’s a downside: some of my fellow Sanders supporters are really pissing me off.

Some of you believe that the only way to show your support for Senator Sanders is to go on social networking sites and shit all over Hillary Clinton. You have decided that she is an “evil corporate shill” who isn’t progressive enough for you. You don’t think she’s a “real” liberal because she is a moderate. You have demonized her because she made money speaking to Wall Street. You have called her names because she stayed with her husband after he cheated on her. Apparently sticking with her marriage “in good times and bad” and taking her commitment seriously, even when Bill didn’t, means she isn’t a “real” feminist. All of this nonsense is embarrassing.

Sound familiar? Much more here:
Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Mar 30, 2016, 01:47 PM (11 replies)

Isn't about this time of night we hear cries that something is wrong with voting in: state?

Posted by liberal N proud | Sat Mar 26, 2016, 09:15 PM (15 replies)

Here is why the BSER'S are all claiming fraud in Arizona...

Election officials said the long lines were due, in part, to a large number of unaffiliated or independent voters trying to vote. Only those registered with one of the recognized parties were allowed to cast ballots. The state's Republican governor, Doug Ducey, issued a statement Wednesday morning calling the situation "unacceptable" and called for allowing independents to be able to vote in presidential primaries.


They didn't think rules applied to them!

Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Mar 25, 2016, 09:15 AM (57 replies)

The election is over - Bernie wins!

At least that's is how the BSers are carrying on


Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Mar 24, 2016, 01:17 PM (20 replies)

Poll: Clinton would crush Trump in general election

Hillary Clinton would crush Donald Trump in a hypothetical general election match-up, a new national survey found.

According to a Bloomberg Politics poll released Wednesday, Clinton leads Trump 54 percent to 36 percent in a contest between the two front-runners.

Also troubling for Trump, only 29 percent of likely general election voters nationally have a favorable view of him, compared to 68 percent who view him negatively.

Trump s favorability rating is at an all-time low in the survey, while his negative rating has gone up 13 points since November and has hit a new high.

Clinton is similarly under-water on favorability, with 44 percent saying they have positive view of her and 53 percent saying they view her negatively.

The Republican Party s favorability rating is at an all-time low in the survey, which has been conducted since 2009.

Only 33 percent view the GOP favorably, against 60 percent who have a negative view of the party. Fifty-one percent of likely general election voters have a positive view of the Democratic Party, against 43 percent negative.

Trump does worse in a head-to-head match-up against Clinton than either of his two rivals still in the GOP race.

Posted by liberal N proud | Thu Mar 24, 2016, 06:46 AM (5 replies)
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