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Mon Feb 22, 2016, 08:38 AM

The Republicans sure got rid of their Bush dynasty faster

than we got rid of our Clinton dinosaur. I don't think he really wanted it and it's clear how very much she does.

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Reply The Republicans sure got rid of their Bush dynasty faster (Original post)
DamnYankeeInHouston Feb 2016 OP
Yuugal Feb 2016 #1
n2doc Feb 2016 #5
Yuugal Feb 2016 #7
R. P. McMurphy Feb 2016 #9
LiberalArkie Feb 2016 #6
n2doc Feb 2016 #8
LiberalArkie Feb 2016 #10
LiberalArkie Feb 2016 #11
Larkspur Feb 2016 #2
Yuugal Feb 2016 #3
cantbeserious Feb 2016 #4

Response to DamnYankeeInHouston (Original post)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 08:42 AM

1. Never fear.

 

She will bring the whole party down with her if she gets the nom but she won't be prez. Maybe that is what NEEDS to happen for the party to start representing the people again.

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Response to n2doc (Reply #5)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 02:36 PM

7. UGHHHH

 

As a NY-er, I can tell you flat out that it really wouldn't be right for NY to upload this cancerous DLC tumor right into the heart of the country.

Plus, he would lose badly because of his ramming through of the idiotic unSAFE Act. 3 years in, way under 5% compliance, and that is if we figure their low estimate isn't just made up to save face. He is dangerous because he doesn't think before he acts. Then this happens......and republicans are born, just like that.



Forgot to add: That is why Bernie the right guy for gun control. He knows a good progressive protects all of his rights and gives none away. Just anecdotal, but I know very right wing guys at my local range who would actually trust someone like Bernie to do something substantive that actually works, and not just another grab of scary looking things and arbitrary limits that will be ignored.

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Response to n2doc (Reply #5)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 02:45 PM

9. I liked his father.

Don't know anything about him except what I saw of him on tv. He appeared to be a good, liberal Democrat.

Just can't get enthused about Andrew.

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Response to Yuugal (Reply #1)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 10:36 AM

6. It will be Bernies fault if she doesn't win the general election, "He lied so much about Hillary and

destroyed her good name in the Primarys" I can already hear it.

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Response to LiberalArkie (Reply #6)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 02:44 PM

8. It's always the Left's fault

See, they should be good soldiers and fall in line with whomever's turn is 'next'. And no matter what, if turnout is low, it is their fault. If enthusiasm is low, it's all their fault. Hell no matter what, they are to blame.



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Response to n2doc (Reply #8)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 02:56 PM

10. I have already been reading the threads saying it already that the voters that voted for

Bernie will not turn out in the General etc. If Hillary does win, this is my last election more than likely. Probably anyway being a 68 with heart and lung problems and shit who knows what else. I sure will not turn out for Chelsea's primary.

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Response to Yuugal (Reply #1)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 02:58 PM

11. I think there is more hope that the Republicans will go liberal again than the Democratic Party.

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Response to DamnYankeeInHouston (Original post)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 08:44 AM

2. For the Clintons winning is everything

 

that's why they have no core democratic principles and millions of dollars from Wall Street.

Hillary is Machiavelli with lipstick.

Whether Hillary or the Rethug candidate wins in November, there is one clear winner -- Wall Street and Big Money interests.
Main Street will continue to lose. Unions will continue to die and working Americans will be forced to work until they die.

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Response to Larkspur (Reply #2)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 09:09 AM

3. That is pretty much her platform.

 

"Main Street will continue to lose. Unions will continue to die and working Americans will be forced to work until they die."

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Response to Larkspur (Reply #2)

Mon Feb 22, 2016, 09:19 AM

4. That Is An Effective Summary - Well Stated

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