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If hypothetically you supported bernie except for this

What would you want him to do, to satisfy this
concern? This is an earnest question.

And I ask partly because of your apparent choice to overlook the Clinton legacies for blacks. On which I would also welcome your pov.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Wed Feb 17, 2016, 08:38 PM (1 replies)

In the gazillion or so FB groups for Bernie

Many posts daily, from everywhere, stating commitment to write Bernie in if hilary wins the nom. Enthusiasm for her is at or below zero.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Wed Feb 17, 2016, 08:30 PM (1 replies)

Unbeknownst to themselves they are playing russian roulette

With a nearly full cartridge.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Wed Feb 17, 2016, 08:18 PM (0 replies)

Very good advice, a keeper.

I confess was not paying much attenton to politicians back then.

My first impression of both Clintons, not from media but my own, was the beeping of my bullshit detector. Then I mostly tuned out. Was raising kids.& the drama of those years was a peripheral curiosity.

Bill did deeply disappoint me e when he didn't come clean on his affair with Monica -- lying as if we were stupid, and the cruelty of how he used her.
But he permanently lost me at the very end.
Here's how much attention I was paying:
I truly thought he would give presidential pardons to the legions of nonviolentincarcerated black men. I REALLY believed this!! It still breaks my heart.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Wed Feb 17, 2016, 01:29 AM (1 replies)


must.not.validate.bernie.sanders.must.not.validate.bernie.sanders. must.not.validate.bernie.sandersmust.not.validate.bernie.sanders.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Tue Feb 16, 2016, 07:01 PM (0 replies)

Seabiscuit vs War Admiral

This race between two legendary horses was an event for the times, with America trying to climb out of the Great Depression. “It captured the imagination of the public,” said Edward Bowen, author of “War Admiral.”

Seabiscuit was the underdog, the Cinderella Man of racing. “He was the horse from the other side of the tracks who became a champion,” Hillenbrand said.

War Admiral was the regal ruler of racing, the son of the great Man O’War (though Seabiscuit was related as well) who had won racing’s Triple Crown in 1937, an aristocratic horse that seemed unbeatable.

Posted by Voice for Peace | Mon Feb 15, 2016, 07:53 PM (3 replies)

One side has blind allegiance to a party

regardless of platform, funding, and ethics.

The other side is working for change, and is inspired to restore democracy.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Sun Feb 14, 2016, 04:11 PM (0 replies)

Millions of people dislike the Cllintons' chronic use

of dishonesty, deception, to manipulate voters.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Sun Feb 14, 2016, 02:31 AM (0 replies)

I am hearing a heavenly rock concert, all the recently departed

I hear they're working on some new stuff together, in prep to welcome a similar influx of souls, this time coming from the Cheat & Deceit vector -- many are long overdue..George Carlin is also expected to provide some torturously funny standup for the new arrivals.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Sat Feb 13, 2016, 06:25 PM (0 replies)

It's helpful for people to recognize what is going on

with candidate & surrogates who use dishonesty to manipulate & deceive voters.
Posted by Voice for Peace | Sat Feb 13, 2016, 03:51 AM (1 replies)
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