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Appeal to Clinton supporters - next couple of weeks could be tough for Sanders. Please do not gloat

1. It's not classy
2. It not something Clinton would want her supporters to do.
3. A lot of us have been there before when she lost to Obama and we know what it feels like.
4. You might get alerted and have your post hidden.
5. A house divided against itself cannot stand. There are some Sanders supporters who will never vote for Clinton but there are many who might, given time.

Clinton stayed behind for her creaming in New Hampshire. Where will Bernie deliver his concession

speech from?

Republicans are worried enough about Trump to surrender the presidency to Clinton to save the Senate

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/28/us/politics/donald-trump-republican-party.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=first-column-region®ion=top-news&WT.nav=top-news


While still hopeful that Mr. Rubio might prevail, Mr. McConnell has begun preparing senators for the prospect of a Trump nomination, assuring them that, if it threatened to harm them in the general election, they could run negative ads about Mr. Trump to create space between him and Republican senators seeking re-election. Mr. McConnell has raised the possibility of treating Mr. Trump’s loss as a given and describing a Republican Senate to voters as a necessary check on a President Hillary Clinton, according to senators at the lunches.

He has reminded colleagues of his own 1996 re-election campaign, when he won comfortably amid President Bill Clinton’s easy re-election. Of Mr. Trump, Mr. McConnell has said, “We’ll drop him like a hot rock,” according to his colleagues.



Clinton will have an easy win. SS Trump is going to sink and they don't want to go down with her.

The government made a profit on TARP funds lent to the banks. Lost money on the auto companies

This is a historical fact.

Sanders gives up on six Super Tuesday states: Virginia,Georgia,Texas,Alabama,Arkansas, Tennessees

http://www.latimes.com/nation/politics/trailguide/la-na-nevada-republican-caucuses-trailguide-02232016-htmlstory.html#3233

But Sanders is so far spending nothing on television in two of the biggest states that vote on March 1, Virginia and Georgia, and only a token amount in Texas. He's also not on the air in Alabama, Arkansas or Tennessee. Clinton and the super PAC allied with her, Priorities USA, is advertising in all six.

Do you support a global tax on the West to pay for health care, food, and shelter in the Third World

Most of the West is easily in the top 10% of the world. Even people on Social Security earn much more than what people who live on $1 a day do.

Do you support a global tax on the West (let's assume whole of the US is covered) to fund health care, food, and shelter in the Third World?

You have the right to bear arms and own property. Doesn't mean the government will provide you free

guns or property.


I think we should count the superdelegates as long as Hillary has a lead in the pledged delegates

After all, they won't switch unless Sanders runs up the pledged delegates (might not even switch if Sanders wins by one pledged delegate).

Hence it's absolutely appropriate to count the superdelegates. Winning football is all about playing to the rules, which both parties have agreed to beforehand).

The Clinton campaign will never ever run out of money for one simple reason

She can lend her campaign as much as she needs to beat Sanders.

Puts those speaking fees to good use.
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