University of Kentucky, Sanders territory.
This absolutely shameful display in Nevada demonstrates how utterly reckless and irresponsible he can be. This is his doing; when you inflame passions with words like "revolution" and convince your followers of a grand conspiracy against them, it's virtually impossible to calm them down later.
Bernie Sanders needs to drop out. Not after June 7, not after the roll call at the convention, he needs to drop out now. If he wants any hopes of preserving anything of a good, positive legacy, he needs to call it quits. Frankly, if he doesn't, then Senate Democrats need to strip him of his committee assignments and ostracize him. He entered this race doing some good, but the damage he's starting to do is outweighing it.
David Brock isn't paying us Indians to not post articles critical of Sanders!
Where choosing a New York billionaire to do right by American workers and bring jobs back and a 35-year career, white male politician to shake up the political establishment just makes good sense.
Hillary's done with the primary, and so am I. If a handful of Sanders supporters want to keep deluding themselves into believing they have a chance, they can do it without any input from me.
We have some fascist hairpiece ass to kick.
Because there are quite a few roads you can take to kindly get the fuck out of our state, thank you.
There's just not enough of Indianapolis, Gary, or Evansville to change that.
Clinton's dominating most of the rural counties, and Sanders is currently leading in Monroe County--which comes as no surprise, since that's Bloomington and Indiana University.
Allen County--that's Fort Wayne--is starting to report, and no surprise, it's going to Clinton.
Vigo County--Terre Haute--is going 72-27 for Hillary with one-third of precincts reporting.
St. Joseph County--South Bend and Notre Dame--is 51-48 for Sanders.