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2016 Postmortem

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Bernie Blew It [View all] Proud Public Servant Jun 2016 OP
Completely agree. And it's telling that you were one of his supporters. MariaThinks Jun 2016 #1
BS OwlinAZ Jun 2016 #160
Complete and utter baloney. Miles Archer Jun 2016 #171
Calling a poster a liar is also against the rules. MariaThinks Jun 2016 #175
Sanders will be doing the same thing soon. Tal Vez Jun 2016 #2
I think he has missed the opportunity to for it to still matter (nt) LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #19
duplicate post - sorry LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #25
The media was eager to go back to ignoring him. Spitfire of ATJ Jun 2016 #3
Yep, he was only of interest when they could do the horse race coverage... Human101948 Jun 2016 #7
Well, most of TV is geared towards a 12-year-old mind.... Spitfire of ATJ Jun 2016 #18
They have a short attention span. So do the American people. kerry-is-my-prez Jun 2016 #32
He is no longer "news" cosmicone Jun 2016 #36
All they wanted to talk about was how weird it was that he was attracting anyone.... Spitfire of ATJ Jun 2016 #40
And it is depressing if the 40-45 percent of the people who supported him are considered irrelevant Armstead Jun 2016 #165
I'm surprised he's still getting so much media attention. MoonRiver Jun 2016 #99
He really could've done some good metroins Jun 2016 #4
the long vision you refer to was never about the american people Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #8
He still will. I wish Hillary would acknowledge poor people. JRLeft Jun 2016 #9
That is simply incorrect Evergreen Emerald Jun 2016 #14
She talks about poor people, the impoverished, the disadvantage all the time and all her adult life OKNancy Jun 2016 #24
Quotes and speeches are one thing RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #126
There are actions. Where have you been? OKNancy Jun 2016 #148
She sure has. RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #156
you mean the crime bill Sanders voted for LOL? KittyWampus Jun 2016 #172
Yes, she does. nt MADem Jun 2016 #33
just for the record, I will disagree 100% Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #5
I'm supporting her because Trump is a fascist. JRLeft Jun 2016 #10
I'm still not convinced that in the end, Trump is the one she'll be running against. Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #11
Despite everything, I still remain unconvinced Trump even wants to be president. arcane1 Jun 2016 #17
me too.. Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #21
In the latest poll it's 8% of Sanders supporters redstateblues Jun 2016 #30
That's a far smaller percentage than what had been reported of Clinton supporters SFnomad Jun 2016 #38
I see different polls. Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #145
OK, enough. She is our nominee, a DAMN good one, and Bernie needs to cut the purist crap and get RBInMaine Jun 2016 #65
please try to understand: from a different point of view, there's nothing remotely related to Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #144
Veritas OwlinAZ Jun 2016 #154
Donald Trump is a “thin-skinned bully who is driven by greed and hate" Mika Jun 2016 #6
... Voice for Peace Jun 2016 #26
Re: "All on the same page", do you have a different impression of Trump? stevenleser Jun 2016 #45
My comment is regarding the lackluster campaign that it will be if that's going to be it. Mika Jun 2016 #70
The number one priority of a campaign is to beat the opponent. The most effective way stevenleser Jun 2016 #103
Yep. nt Cali_Democrat Jun 2016 #12
Every day the general has been on is a day past Bernie's expiration date. CrowCityDem Jun 2016 #13
Bernie has no expiration date - that's why we support him. ciaobaby Jun 2016 #19
Put Senator Warren on the ticket so we can ignore sanders Gothmog Jun 2016 #82
This message was self-deleted by its author ciaobaby Jun 2016 #20
Jesus Christ. ThinkCritically Jun 2016 #15
Skinner- "We will never get past the primary if sore winners choose to keep trashing Bernie Sanders" arcane1 Jun 2016 #23
Post removed Post removed Jun 2016 #28
Agree. peace13 Jun 2016 #41
Again - I was and am a Bernie supporter Proud Public Servant Jun 2016 #42
Yeah I have encountered quite a few "supporters" like you. nt m-lekktor Jun 2016 #72
That mentality is part of the problem forjusticethunders Jun 2016 #98
I see no evidence you actually support(ed) him angrychair Jun 2016 #136
Agreed !! Pluvious Jun 2016 #110
Bernies ego been in control a long time... beachbumbob Jun 2016 #16
Don't bet on that. Nt Jennylynn Jun 2016 #29
You wouldn't want to put money on that, would you? n/t RoccoR5955 Jul 2016 #179
Disappointed I voted for Bernie oswaldactedalone Jun 2016 #27
Most were only supporting B.S. because Warren didn't run. 4now Jun 2016 #31
No, Sanders supporters support Senator Bernie Sanders because... TheProgressive Jun 2016 #47
And also because Pluvious Jun 2016 #112
Not true at all! n/t RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #127
It gets worse Renew Deal Jun 2016 #34
Here is an excerpt of a recent interview of Bernie Sanders Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #93
This message was self-deleted by its author geek tragedy Jun 2016 #35
It's a zombie posture now n/t cosmicone Jun 2016 #37
k&r bigtree Jun 2016 #39
To give Sanders the benefit of the doubt... Skid Rogue Jun 2016 #43
Bernie believed that he could win CA and maintain momentum redstateblues Jun 2016 #108
I'd give him more benefit of the doubt... Armstead Jun 2016 #166
That's funny. deathrind Jun 2016 #44
+1000 Triana Jun 2016 #48
He's not going away...he sticks around and takes up space...that's worse uponit7771 Jun 2016 #55
He's busting his ass trying to get the Dems to fight rather than support TPP Triana Jun 2016 #46
The TPP nullifies America's Constitution... TheProgressive Jun 2016 #52
Yes it does. That's why Sanders is busting his butt trying to get Dems to oppose it. n/t Triana Jun 2016 #73
Bernie could never be a surrogate for HRC. He'll vote for her and endorse her. aikoaiko Jun 2016 #49
When will the media understand that Bernie Sanders is not doing this for himself. Zen Democrat Jun 2016 #50
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Why are we still fighting the last primary with this PDittie Jun 2016 #51
Seems Bernie is the one who is still "fighting". DCBob Jun 2016 #53
100% this obamanut2012 Jun 2016 #106
This post isn't about fighting the last primary justiceischeap Jun 2016 #62
"Bernie Blew It" is an ad hominem PDittie Jun 2016 #107
Exactly! Duppers Jun 2016 #94
WaPo: "Bernie Sanders just gave an amazingly condescending interview about Hillary Clinton" niyad Jun 2016 #54
Sanders interview with Andre Mitchell was very condenscending Gothmog Jun 2016 #96
I should hope so. OwlinAZ Jun 2016 #158
I reserve judgement until the convention. Here's why.... Doodley Jun 2016 #56
The Republican self-immolation you describe happens without Sanders being involved. randome Jun 2016 #58
I agree one-hundred percent Randome Doodley Jun 2016 #59
And I agree we don't want to turn ANYONE away. randome Jun 2016 #63
He's not helping.. fun n serious Jun 2016 #69
Yeah, I don't see that, either. Rant and rave against Dems but that's helping them?? BlueCaliDem Jun 2016 #83
I thought the rules said we weren't supposed to continue the Primary fight. rhett o rick Jun 2016 #75
We can comment on news articles, though. randome Jun 2016 #97
Again why are you still attacking Sanders? If the primary fight is over, why the need to continue rhett o rick Jun 2016 #177
Bernie Sanders endorsed Zephyr Teachout who Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #86
Teachout came close to defeating Cuomo two years ago. lapucelle Jun 2016 #129
Well you might say that the mindset of the folks in the NY19 RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #132
Issue is NOT Bernie staying in the headlines now to November, but the mobilization ... cloudythescribbler Jun 2016 #57
Yes. Bernie Sanders is trying to build a movement. NT Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #90
Yep MaggieD Jun 2016 #61
K and R sheshe2 Jun 2016 #64
A horrible campaign, start to finish. Number23 Jun 2016 #66
2016 was the second closest Democratic primary. Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #87
K&R Grassy Knoll Jun 2016 #67
* Trajan Jun 2016 #68
Unrec. PowerToThePeople Jun 2016 #71
Yes. Unrec to the max. n/t Herman4747 Jun 2016 #101
Don't Crush That Dwarf, GeorgeGist Jun 2016 #74
Just can't let it go can you? Silver_Witch Jun 2016 #76
This message was self-deleted by its author Chevy Jun 2016 #85
Lolz jillan Jun 2016 #77
I wonder when they'll tire of attacking Bernie. Lol JonLeibowitz Jun 2016 #81
Going up, up, up.. CaptainSensible Jun 2016 #78
Because of this post I am contributing to Bernie's Campaign Silver_Witch Jun 2016 #79
Me too! n/t RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #130
This message was self-deleted by its author kiva Jun 2016 #80
Elizabeth Warren stood on a stage with HRC Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #84
Exactly. Sanders's agenda has nothing to do with helping Clinton win. geek tragedy Jun 2016 #146
I hope Sanders and Clinton make a deal Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #149
agreed, if their competing interests don't allow for a deal then geek tragedy Jun 2016 #150
Sorry, but this article sounds a bit manufactured. Betty Karlson Jun 2016 #88
Hillary and Elizabeth have more in common nest Jun 2016 #89
I'm to the left of Bernie Sanders. Eric J in MN Jun 2016 #92
Post removed Post removed Jun 2016 #102
Look who Warren endorsed. Doesn't that tell you anything? randome Jun 2016 #104
I disagree, Mr. Sanders is still a voice in the DNC and make his policies be acceptable in the akbacchus_BC Jun 2016 #91
"Elizabeth Warren is the surrogate he was supposed to be. His supporters have become Clinton’s. Cha Jun 2016 #95
Why the hit pieces on Sanders now? Just reeks of ungracious winners - nt KingCharlemagne Jun 2016 #100
Why the hit pieces on Sanders now? Because he's gone off the rails LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #109
Hogwash. He has said he will vote for HRC, he has pledged to do eveything in KingCharlemagne Jun 2016 #115
What every other person of character does when they lose a political contest, LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #116
IIRC, HRC did not concede to Obama until the eve of the 2008 Convention. (I may be mistaken KingCharlemagne Jun 2016 #118
COMPLETELY FALSE! Sorry to shout, but I'm tired of that being repeated. LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #119
"Sanders endorsed him"??? Freudian slip perhaps??? - nt KingCharlemagne Jun 2016 #120
No, that's what happened; Sanders endorsed Obama right after the primaries, before Clinton conceded LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #121
You don't think he's being an ungracious loser? NT Adrahil Jun 2016 #111
No, do you? - nt KingCharlemagne Jun 2016 #114
Yup. NT Adrahil Jun 2016 #122
Still Bernie hatred wastes our time. OwlinAZ Jun 2016 #155
I don't hate him. Not at all. Adrahil Jun 2016 #174
+1 (nt) LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #173
He's still got my vote. And I'm appalled at the conservatism of Dems and what they will settle for. highprincipleswork Jun 2016 #105
Big time... Surya Gayatri Jun 2016 #113
Warren is an actual Democrat too Proud Liberal Dem Jun 2016 #117
Uh hun. RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #128
Yeah? And? Proud Liberal Dem Jun 2016 #133
Sander was an actual liberal when Warren was voting for St. Ronnie of Rayguns as well. TheKentuckian Jun 2016 #135
Bernie DID blow it NastyRiffraff Jun 2016 #123
Exactly what I was thinking when watching this. His ego got in the way of any morality he once had. anotherproletariat Jun 2016 #124
What a bunch of sore winners! RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #125
they havent even gotten started reddread Jun 2016 #138
They cannot stop the revolution RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #159
the numbers are on our side reddread Jul 2016 #178
I thought there were some ''rules'' established not to beat up on Dem Presidential candidates YOHABLO Jun 2016 #131
Well now, I guess that there is only one candidate RoccoR5955 Jun 2016 #134
His window of opportunity was from week before California to a few days after liberal N proud Jun 2016 #137
I trust Bernie knows what he is doing n/t RobertEarl Jun 2016 #139
You write in many of your posts, "I am a Bernie supporter, but..." and then proceed to trash Bernie FourScore Jun 2016 #140
Funny how anything even slightly resembling criticism jack_krass Jun 2016 #141
Yeah, none of us have had Sanders-critical posts hidden /s (nt) LongtimeAZDem Jun 2016 #143
What do you of that? The Party has left the traditional Democrats? OwlinAZ Jun 2016 #157
Het slate, "blow" *THIS* jack_krass Jun 2016 #142
In my view, Mr. Sanders did not blew anything. All he wants is for the akbacchus_BC Jun 2016 #147
The problem is that he feels his formulation of help is the only valid approach... brooklynite Jun 2016 #153
this! Her Sister Jun 2016 #164
Not sure how this help unite bernie supporters, but i guess you know that. Nt Logical Jun 2016 #151
Big uniter you! Her Sister Jun 2016 #163
I think he just doesn't know how to end the show! Her Sister Jun 2016 #152
Jesus, somebody really wants to see Sanders grovel... Orsino Jun 2016 #161
"Substantial" Her Sister Jun 2016 #162
Yes. Warren is capable of so much more actual leadership. Orsino Jun 2016 #167
Yes Trump has lowered the bar! and made it necessary to squash him like a bug! Her Sister Jun 2016 #168
I've long predicted that he'll quit... Orsino Jun 2016 #169
Yes it's frightening for the nation to have someone like a Trump as a GOP nominee, Her Sister Jun 2016 #170
The difference between playing for glory and playing to win Maru Kitteh Jun 2016 #176
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