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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)

Another day after a Primary and another voter fraud cry

This has happened after every primary where BS didn't win it all.

Posted by liberal N proud | Wed Mar 23, 2016, 10:27 AM (38 replies)

A Top Ted Cruz Adviser Thinks Islamists Are Infiltrating the NRA

Not sure this does not belong in Weird News but never the less...

The National Rifle Association's annual board election is typically a drama-free affair. But this year, things are getting ugly. A faction within the NRA is seeking to oust anti-tax crusader and celebrated Republican strategist Grover Norquist from the gun lobby's board of directors, where he has served since 2000.

The reasons behind the recall campaign have little to do with the Second Amendment, NRA policy, or Norquist's position on gun rights. The effort is the latest move in an ongoing crusade to convince conservatives that the founder of Americans for Tax Reform is secretly in cahoots with anti-American Islamists.

The instigator of the Norquist recall is Stu Weber, a former Green Beret and pastor from Oregon. Last August, a recall petition sponsored by Weber was posted on the website RecallGrover.com. In it, Weber wrote that Norquist "has become a confusing distraction to the NRA's mission" and that he was "aware of NRA members who are considering leaving the NRA because they have done some serious homework in regard to Mr. Norquist." While speaking with Glenn Beck last August, Weber described himself as "just a member" of the NRA. He declined to be interviewed for this story. The recall site has been taken down.

While this is the first NRA board recall measure in at least 15 years, it is not necessarily a sign of a major split within the organization. Just 450 signatures from voting members were required to get it on the ballot. Members have until May 1 to cast their votes via ballots that were mailed out in American Rifleman, the NRA's magazine.


They are all eating their own.
Posted by liberal N proud | Mon Mar 21, 2016, 03:12 PM (5 replies)

Vatican Will Replace Archbishop Who Set Up Kim Davis Meeting With Pope

The Vatican is replacing its controversial ambassador to the U.S., who arranged the meeting between Pope Francis and antigay Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis last fall.

Italian Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganň will leave the position of apostolic nuncio, the equivalent of an ambassador, and will be replaced by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, a French-born clergyman who is currently the nuncio to Mexico, Catholic magazine America reports, citing Sandro Magister, a blogger who covers the Vatican.

Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Mar 18, 2016, 08:36 PM (3 replies)

Republicans can't stomach voting for Trumph so they are saying "nobody" wants to vote for either

They are going to attach Hillary with the NOBODY wants her or Trump.

That is all the news/propaganda networks are magically repeating today.

Posted by liberal N proud | Fri Mar 18, 2016, 07:25 AM (16 replies)
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