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Duckfan

(1,268 posts)
32. I believe Jeff Weaver (his campaign Manager) knows what he is doing.
Mon Nov 30, 2015, 01:34 PM
Nov 2015

And that's a good thing. Wanted to try to get in touch with Hartmann to ask him about Bernie's staff since he knows best.

But it is refreshing to see Bernie say he is in this to win it. That is encouraging to me. Thanks for posting this Attorney. This story reinforces what many of us have said from the beginning: people are not interested in Hillary because she offers nothing. Bernie excites people and will significantly motivate the dem. base.

If this hold true that voters really do not like Hillary, many of them-including "R's"-will support Bernie. Many "R's" already are. Also nice to see Wa-Po do a story on Bernie.

As one poster here clearly states, "I will not vote the lesser of 2 corporate evils." Amen to that.

Isn't it smarter to humbled_opinion Nov 2015 #1
Well, he doesn't have the "correct", third-way and neoliberal policies. jeff47 Nov 2015 #2
Obama also had a lot of money and a large experienced campaign organization. hack89 Nov 2015 #3
My broader point humbled_opinion Nov 2015 #4
Because he is not showing momentum? hack89 Nov 2015 #5
You mean beltanefauve Nov 2015 #34
No hack89 Nov 2015 #35
I'm for Bernie for reasons you state ---he has proven himself time & again while Hilary wordpix Nov 2015 #6
we dont want republican lite either 2pooped2pop Nov 2015 #7
Some Citizens Will Never Support HRC cantbeserious Nov 2015 #10
Because there's a lot of crooks out there who don't care. closeupready Nov 2015 #27
And third-way backers we knew nothing about Matariki Nov 2015 #25
Not when she represents the corruption and betrayal of the middle class that allows Republicans JDPriestly Nov 2015 #21
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And that's a good thing? daleanime Nov 2015 #9
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Well, I was hoping that if you didn't..... daleanime Nov 2015 #24
The superdelegates will sink the party. frylock Nov 2015 #11
Apparently you do not believe that an election should be jwirr Nov 2015 #19
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The DNC is begging for money and not getting it - this time jwirr Nov 2015 #23
If Bernie wins or even comes close, and the superdelegates "sink him," it will weaken if not JDPriestly Nov 2015 #28
Another opinion piece posted as "Latest Breaking News" - this belongs elsewhere on DU. George II Nov 2015 #12
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It's not "suppress", there are several appropriate forums on this site where this could have... George II Nov 2015 #17
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I'd rationalize observations than editorials are in fact, not late breaking news as "whining" too... LanternWaste Nov 2015 #26
The Hill's report on different parts of Sanders' speech, Sanders: 'People are crying out for change' Attorney in Texas Nov 2015 #14
Finally, an analysis and proposed plan for ISIS and the Middle East that makes sense. JDPriestly Nov 2015 #33
Kick and R BeanMusical Nov 2015 #15
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K & R SoapBox Nov 2015 #29
Let's NOT vote for the one that the young people are enthusiastic about.... Spitfire of ATJ Nov 2015 #30
Among Dems who know who Sanders is, I'm confident he has the highest support. Crystalite Nov 2015 #31
I believe Jeff Weaver (his campaign Manager) knows what he is doing. Duckfan Nov 2015 #32
Locking. geardaddy Nov 2015 #36
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