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Tue Feb 9, 2016, 10:30 PM

Look At The Numbers: Bernie 102,651 PLUS vs Trump 69k W/ Fewer Votes Than Hillary 23:00PM EST

Look at the INDY Vote in the Democratic primary side... 70% Voted for Sanders...

Women of EVERY AGE Voted FOR SANDERS ... Not just the younger cohort.. A Great Sign for Bernie going forward...

People are ignoring all of the Bernie TRASHING via... The MSM continually casting about The SOCIALIST Canard!

We may be baring witness to the General Public finally... WAKING UP TO THE REALITY of Our Corporatist Oligarchy and their Media Messengers... working to manipulate the masses... It used to work, but it seems to have ceased to be effective now. Let's hope this change in public behavior has some staying power...

Knowing that Hillary was unlikely to be successful in New Hampshire today, NPR (National Propaganda Radio) in their discussion of today's primary election in New Hampshire discussed ONLY The Republican candidates and did NOT so much as mention that there was a Democratic aspect taking place as well. Concept: If the news does not fit our assigned paradigm we will just NOT cover it...


A TWENTY PERCENT WINNING MARGIN SHOULD BE THE GAME CHANGER IN THIS RACE...
ESPECIALLY FOLLOWING THE "SQUEAKER" IN Iowa...

Now let's EVERYONE chip in a few ducats for our courageous leader, Bernie Sanders to ensure that we can take this People's Revolution to the next level!


PS: As A former Independent NPA Voter Registration, I received Robo Call from Bernie Campaign tonight notifying INDY VOTERS to change YOUR registration if I wanted to vote FOR BERNIE! I am A Registered Democrat already... However, it demonstrates that the campaign is ON THE BALL WORKING EVERY POSSIBLE ANGLE TO GET EVERY VOTE TO WIN THE PRIMARY... HERE IN FLORIDA!

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Reply Look At The Numbers: Bernie 102,651 PLUS vs Trump 69k W/ Fewer Votes Than Hillary 23:00PM EST (Original post)
CorporatistNation Feb 2016 OP
plus5mace Feb 2016 #1
CorporatistNation Feb 2016 #2
CorporatistNation Feb 2016 #3
CorporatistNation Feb 2016 #4
in_cog_ni_to Feb 2016 #5
DemocraticSocialist8 Feb 2016 #6
CorporatistNation Feb 2016 #7

Response to CorporatistNation (Original post)

Tue Feb 9, 2016, 10:34 PM

1. Right now it's Bernie 90K to Trump 58K.

But overall there are more Republican votes than Democrat. Hopefully we can turn that around in the general.

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Response to plus5mace (Reply #1)

Tue Feb 9, 2016, 10:39 PM

2. That IS What I Am Saying... Bernie Is THE General Election Candidate That Crosses...

Most if not All political lines... and he does it for ... The Average American.

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Response to CorporatistNation (Reply #2)

Tue Feb 9, 2016, 10:47 PM

3. This Win Is Messing Up The Establishment Media's Abillity To "Spin" Things in Their Favor!

Hillary... Kasich... Trump... They are all sitting behind the Bern!

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Response to CorporatistNation (Original post)

Tue Feb 9, 2016, 11:00 PM

4. NOW Bernie Has Documentary Evidence of His Crossover Appeal via INDY Turnout For Him!

70% of Indys voting for the Democratic side chose BERNIE!

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Response to CorporatistNation (Reply #4)

Tue Feb 9, 2016, 11:05 PM

5. That Independent # is huge!

It really should be a game changer! Will DWS and the corrupt PTB see it that way?

PEACE
LOVE
BERNIE

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Response to CorporatistNation (Original post)

Tue Feb 9, 2016, 11:56 PM

6. Directly comparing the popular vote between Trump and Sanders is misleading

Because if it were head-to-head, they'd both be getting more votes. Overall turnout is higher for the Republicans which is not a good sign. Maybe a lot of Dems are tuned out because it's the primary and they're waiting for the General Election to vote. That's what I'm hoping anyway.

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Response to DemocraticSocialist8 (Reply #6)

Wed Feb 10, 2016, 07:03 AM

7. It Shows Dems Went in BIG For Bernie and Repubs Not So Much Overall For Trump... Agree

not entirely accurate... But a slice to discuss... Big question... What happens next? Should be YHUGE new interest across board for Bernie and now those that thought he could not win many may change their tune much to the chagrin of Clinton Inc.!

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