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2016 Postmortem

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Fri Feb 19, 2016, 08:40 PM Feb 2016

Did Bernie Sanders say that it would be a good idea for President Obama to face primary opposition? [View all]

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I respect your technique of finding the opponent's weak spot and pushing a thumb into it. Cheese Sandwich Feb 2016 #1
Me too FreakinDJ Feb 2016 #6
Thanks for constantly using that image. MohRokTah Feb 2016 #14
As if I care FreakinDJ Feb 2016 #19
Perfect Ferd Berfel Feb 2016 #23
Bwah bigwillq Feb 2016 #32
Now there is photo to UglyGreed Feb 2016 #38
Oh snap! farleftlib Feb 2016 #40
Other: WOMBATS!!! beam me up scottie Feb 2016 #2
I don't care one way or the other. djean111 Feb 2016 #3
I hope so yourpaljoey Feb 2016 #4
Only in Unicornia uponit7771 Feb 2016 #25
Yes and holding a Presidents feet to the fire to help the people is a good thing. libtodeath Feb 2016 #5
It's counter to the way the US government works and is bashing at the root. Get a congress uponit7771 Feb 2016 #27
To be fair, and I haven't chosen a candidate yet, I thought it would be a good ScreamingMeemie Feb 2016 #7
Quite a few of us wanted a primary challenge... tokenlib Feb 2016 #8
GOr god sake - Obama put Social Security on teh chopping block Ferd Berfel Feb 2016 #26
Wouldn't it be authentic for Sanders to make sure everyone in the SEC states know this?! tia uponit7771 Feb 2016 #28
Meaningless internet poll? nt Live and Learn Feb 2016 #9
I thought you liked internet polls? Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #13
ROFL You actually spent time searching for that? Bless your heart. Live and Learn Feb 2016 #17
I typed your name in the search box along with "poll" and "Bernie" Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #18
For what? Live and Learn Feb 2016 #20
Hypocrisy? MrWendel Feb 2016 #52
You win the prize but the hypocrisy was not on my side. Live and Learn Feb 2016 #53
He sure did and I agreed fredamae Feb 2016 #10
How many ways and times can this same, silly question be asked? guillaumeb Feb 2016 #11
Since Photo-Gazi turned into a big fat ZERO as an attack tool... it's pretty much ALL they've got. AzDar Feb 2016 #34
If it's so silly, why has Sanders flailed against the idea in debates each time he was asked? stevenleser Feb 2016 #58
Perhaps because he recognizes, unlike Al Gore, that to run from guillaumeb Feb 2016 #59
YES YES YES TRUE YES SoLeftIAmRight Feb 2016 #12
What if he did? whatchamacallit Feb 2016 #15
sure ,, you got a problem with that? juxtaposed Feb 2016 #16
Democracy sux!!!11 cyberswede Feb 2016 #21
Show us a link and make sure its a statement not taken out of context.. INdemo Feb 2016 #22
Yes, once and only once in response to a direct question. Motown_Johnny Feb 2016 #24
How about another poll: Admiral Loinpresser Feb 2016 #29
Go for it. Cali_Democrat Feb 2016 #30
No answer from you, as predicted. n/t Admiral Loinpresser Feb 2016 #41
+1 appalachiablue Feb 2016 #47
is that why he thought a primary was a good idea? i thought it was b/c he hated Obama? tk2kewl Feb 2016 #48
Yes, and I agree with him bigwillq Feb 2016 #31
And if he HAD... that would have been a *bad* thing? Smarmie Doofus Feb 2016 #33
You act like there is something horrible about it. It's silly. morningfog Feb 2016 #35
Yes he did. I agreed with him. nt Autumn Feb 2016 #36
Yes. And, I applaud him for saying it. Tierra_y_Libertad Feb 2016 #37
Well, this is still America and democracy DOES allow it ... Myrina Feb 2016 #39
I don't believe in Kings. Is there a reason someone shouldn't be primaried? n/t Shandris Feb 2016 #42
Democrats don't obey Reagan's Eleventh Commandment ... nor should you Bad Thoughts Feb 2016 #43
People & elected officials voice differences in a democracy. Like Democrat Doug Wilder, appalachiablue Feb 2016 #44
Another perplexing bridge to nowhere whatchamacallit Feb 2016 #45
If that's the worst thing he's ever done... I'm good with it. cherokeeprogressive Feb 2016 #46
I'm going to follow Bernies example workinclasszero Feb 2016 #49
I don't understand why you Hillary supporters think this is a 'thing'. Avalux Feb 2016 #50
Here is the video Gothmog Feb 2016 #51
Remember this? TIME TO PANIC Feb 2016 #54
Yeah, so? Beacool Feb 2016 #55
There is a big difference. TIME TO PANIC Feb 2016 #57
I believe the answer is a resounding yes. Was there some follow-up on your part? DisgustipatedinCA Feb 2016 #56
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