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Look what Sen Sanders just posted...


Keep the faith

From the campaign:

Please keep the faith, "more than anything Bernie Sander's does not want to disappoint supporters"

You can find this over at JPR. Thanks Mary!

I can't post the link here.


Okay one last post, I like this better!

Gone, gone, gone


See you all over there.


the heck are ya'll still doing here....

Pagliano to Take the Fifth


The man believed to have set up and maintained Hillary Clinton’s private email server will assert his Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination and refuse to answer questions as part of an open records lawsuit against the State Department.

Bryan Pagliano will decline to answer questions from Judicial Watch, the conservative legal watchdog group, during a deposition scheduled for Monday, his lawyers wrote in a court filing on Wednesday afternoon.

Hillary Clinton Cancels N.J. Event to Campaign in California

Source: Wall Street Journal

Campaign seeks to avoid embarrassing loss to Bernie Sanders


Updated May 30, 2016 7:28 p.m. ET

Democrat Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign on Monday canceled an event in New Jersey to spend more time campaigning in California this week ahead of the June 7 primary, hoping to avoid an embarrassing defeat to rival Bernie Sanders, who has barnstormed the Golden State.

Read more: http://www.wsj.com/articles/hillary-clinton-cancels-n-j-event-to-campaign-in-california-1464647927



Did Bernie just win this election?

Run Bernie Run #SeeYouAtTheConvention



Sanders’ rise in the past year has been truly exceptional. He went from an 80 point deficit last fall to being nearly tied with Clinton today in national polls. Sanders was a virtual unknown when he began his campaign last summer, while Clinton is likely one of the most famous politicians in the world today. Sanders, while caucusing with the Democrats, and voting with the Democrats almost without fail for the past 30 years, is a newcomer to the Democratic party, switching his party affiliation from “Independent” to Democrat in order to run for the Democratic nomination, while Clinton is a true party insider. And Sanders has been able to build his miraculous movement against all odds, with the Democratic party openly hostile to him, and the major media outlets practically ignoring his entire campaign. And perhaps most impressively, Sanders has managed to fund his campaign entirely with small, private donations from individual citizens, refusing to take any money from large corporate donors or Super PACs. He has received a record-breaking 6 million individual contributions, averaging just $27.00 each. And even though Clinton is largely financed by wealthy donors and corporate funded Super PACs, Sanders has managed to out-fundraise her for many months.
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