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Don't forget to vote progressive down ticket, people.

President Bernie's going to need all the help he can get for our agenda.

Is Bill Clinton losing it mentally?

Seeing the photos of Bill Clinton inside a polling place, violating the devil out of election laws, my first thought was Clinton crookedness.

But then I thought maybe Bill has developed Alzheimer's. Even the Clinton Times did an article about his erraticness a few months ago.

"he occasionally meandered, leaving the audience, including some who had lined up for hours to see him, seeming more politely attentive than inspired...
“I have seen him speak many times, and he just didn’t seem to be the same guy. He could still summon stats and an anecdote or two, but not with the same verve.”

Nonetheless, charges should be brought.

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From Robert Reich's facebook page

"Regardless of how well Bernie does today, the media will say Hillary is now the Democratic candidate. Baloney. The "momentum" theory of politics is based on momentum stories the media itself generates. Don’t succumb to the “momentum” game. Regardless of what happens today, this race is still very much alive, for at least 3 reasons:

1. In the next few months the primary map starts tilting in Bernie’s favor: In later March: Maine, Michigan, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Arizona, Washington state, and Hawaii. In April: Wisconsin, New York, Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island. In May: Indiana and Oregon. In June, California, New Jersey, and New Mexico.

2, Small-donor contributions continue to flow in to Bernie's campaign. In February, the campaign raised a whopping $42 million. South Carolina’s loss didn’t stop the flow: The campaign received $6 million on Monday alone.

3. Bernie's campaign is a movement. Americans know we must get big money out of politics and take back our economy from an incipient oligarchy. That’s why Bernie will take this movement all the way to the Democratic convention in, July 25-28 in Philadelphia (you might make plans to be there, too). "

Bernie button

My Bernie button arrived form zazzle a few days ago and is now on my coat. Yeah, Bernie.


Looking good, Dr. Biden

Nice to see them looking happy.

NYTimes finally reports on Hillary's creating an ISIS haven in Libya

Removes a functioning central government of a state reaching out for detente with the West, and creates a civil war Isis haven that threatens Italy and other Mediterranean states. Destroys the lives of millions of middle class and rural Libyans. Sets womens' rights there back centuries. Nice job, Hill.

Then tries to weasel out:

"When asked to defend her record on Libya, Mrs. Clinton has taken a line quite the opposite of her aides’ previous insistence on her central role in the intervention. “At the end of the day, this was the president’s decision,” she told a House committee in October."


"Bernie Sanders Is Jewish, but He Doesn’t Like to Talk About It"


The New York Clinton Times strikes again, writing a headline designed to offend everyone.

I didn't even bother to read the article, as I am sure many people won't.

Shame on SEIU. More lying for Hillary.


"Ahead of Nevada's Democratic caucuses, the Service Employees International Union is distributing literature to members touting Hillary Clinton's support for a $15 hourly wage for workers. But Clinton, who won SEIU's endorsement in November, has not actually endorsed a federal $15 minimum wage. Clinton has said since the beginning of her campaign that she backs a federal minimum wage of $12 an hour."

Bernie in the tradition of FDR; Hillary a neoliberal


basically, concentrate wealth with the 1% and the country goes to hell in a handbasket. Bernie knows that. Hillary doesn't, or doesn't care.
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