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People should be chosen on who they are not what they look like. I have no issue with Sanders reps

on the platform committee.

Who they are = ideas, qualifications, experience, etc.

What they look like = male/female, black/white/Asian, etc.

Why is it that Sanders' supporters seems to be the only ones with problem registering to vote?

Even Republicans have managed to figure out the whole voting in primaries thing

Of the 14% of Brooklyn Democrats purged, how many were wrongly purged? How many even voted?

How many would have voted for Sanders instead of Clinton?

How many Sanders supporters are willing to buy Puerto Rico municipal bonds? What PR needs is money.

I'm just wondering if Sanders supporters will put their money where their mouth is and buy up these bonds?

If Sanders supporters truly believe in socialism, they would be happy to invest their own wealth (401k, pension plans, etc.) in Puerto Rick bonds.

the Philly convention is a National Special Security Event, led by the Secret Service.

Good luck trying to mess with that.

WaPost: Sanders and his supporters look like desperate dead-enders who can’t accept reality


This is the moment of truth for Bernie Sanders and his supporters. It’s the moment that determines whether everything they’ve accomplished to this point is translated into real power and real change, or fizzles into nothing, leaving behind only bitterness and resentment. And right now, the latter course is looking much more likely.

I'm really worried that Sanders supporters will bring violence to the Philly conventions

I really really hope that security will be airtight with so many death threats flying around.

Bernie needs to win California by 75-25

to catch up on pledged delegates.

Obama denounces violence at Nevada’s Democratic convention

Sad that this has to be said at a Democratic convention


“The president on a number of occasions has spoken out against violence and has certainly said a political dispute like this can never be used to justify violence or a threat of violence,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest told reporters.

Earnest said disputes like the one in Nevada should be resolved peacefully and that the “expectation the president has is that there will be a strong commitment to that principle of nonviolence.”

Example of a threat sent after the convention

Guess what Bill Clinton said the other day wasn't that far off?

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