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The jurys are different (since the software upgrade)

that after you vote, you no longer get an email to see how the vote went.

Soon I will not even volunteer to be on a jury if I am totally left out of the loop as to its outcome.

Green Party’s Jill Stein is in Burlington,Vermont,DNC is paying close attention

Jill Stein arrived in Burlington, Vermont, Bernie Sanders’ hometown, on Friday. Stein, the presumptive presidential nominee for the Green Party, has watched her polling numbers increase and her donations soar by almost 1000 percent as many Berniecrats flock to the candidate that most closely aligns with Sanders’ progressive movement. After Bernie Sanders endorsed Clinton on Tuesday, Sanders supporters headed to the Green camp in droves, choosing Stein rather than Clinton as their Plan B.


If a tree falls in the forest........


But now that Clinton has completed her interview with the FBI

it means the bureau’s final report will be forthcoming soon, which will make clear once and for all that she was never being investigated for anything.


I don't know, but it kind of makes my head hurt....................

'Bernie Or Bust’ Huge Problem For Clinton

Published on Jun 26, 2016

55% of Bernie Sanders supporters have stated that they are willing to vote for Hillary Clinton. That leaves a huge chunk of his voters that Clinton needs to win over. Ana Kasparian, Ben Mankiewicz, Jimmy Dore, and John Amato, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down.

What is Hillarys logo supposed to mean

I mean an H and an arrow pointing right. Its obvious,

but was that her intention? Vote for me and we will move further right?

It’s Official — Bernie Sanders Is Staying In The Race And Will Not Concede

Contrary to the conventional wisdom saying that Bernie Sanders would never have been able to force a contested Democratic convention, Hillary Clinton has less than 2,383 pledged delegates. Thus, Bernie Sanders has recently confirmed his desire to continue, as stated by Time:

Bernie Sanders Vows to Continue ‘Political Revolution’ in New York

But that did not stop the Vermont Senator from defiantly promising to continue the political revolution in a town hall on Thursday, giving a glimpse into his possible future role in the Democratic Party in which he campaigns for progressive candidates across the country.

Speaking with the cadence and conviction of a viable candidate in midtown Manhattan, Sanders again did not concede the nomination…and did not endorse his opponent.


Bernie Sanders - For what its Worth

The Dream lives on~

Where does Hillary stand on fracking these days

Anyone know her present policy on Fracking?

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