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Now retired and living on Kaua'i. :)

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Have never seen this liar Sarah Sanders back down before

https://twitter.com/riotwomennn/status/1207879240915603457

Christianity Today called for Trump's impeachment. Biden had a flawless debate

https://twitter.com/JRubinBlogger/status/1207877285182918657

NO.. the WaPO in the OP says BS was a "Loser"..

Losers

Bernie Sanders on race, again: If there was one issue that dogged Sanders in his 2016 campaign against Hillary Clinton, it was his inability to appeal to minority voters. And for one striking moment on Thursday, that problem reared its ugly head

The candidates were asked about the declining diversity in their debate field, and when the question was presented to Sanders, he opted instead to try to talk return to a previous topic, climate change. Debate moderator Amna Nawaz of “PBS NewsHour” cut in, though. “Senator, with all respect, this question is about race. Can you answer the question as it was asked?”

The crowd roared. Sanders tried to rescue it by saying people of color would suffer from climate change, too, and then he offered some boilerplate about problems that plague minority communities. It was one moment, but it came just after the only minority candidate onstage, Andrew Yang, gave a detailed answer citing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and it briefly revived some old demons.

Sanders also, shortly thereafter, responded to a quote Barack Obama recently gave about old white men running countries. When debate moderator Tim Alberta noted Sanders was the oldest candidate onstage, Sanders interjected, “And I’m white, as well!” It wasn’t awful, but it may not have been the time to emphasize that.

The Warren-Buttigieg wine cave controversy, explained

The biggest on-stage fight of Thursday’s Democratic debate, between Sen. Elizabeth Warren and South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg — indeed, one of the biggest fights we’ve seen come out of any of the debates — was about wine caves.

Or rather, it was a fight about high-dollar fundraisers, political access, and who gets to have it.

“Billionaires in wine caves should not pick the next president of the United States,” Warren responded.

I'm sure they won't be.. that's what the Primaries are FOR.

So, the mayor just recently had a fundraiser that was held in a wine cave, full of crystals, and served $900-a-bottle wine. Think about who comes to that. He had promised that every fundraiser he would do would be open-door, but this one was closed-door. We made the decision many years ago that rich people in smoke-filled rooms would not pick the next president of the United States.

Buttigieg responded by arguing that he’s not going to turn down money from wealthier donors, and that high-dollar fundraisers would be an essential part of beating President Donald Trump in the general election. He also brought up Warren’s personal wealth, and later, her past closed-door fundraisers as a Senate candidate:


Wow.. Thank you for the article, hpd!

Interesting.. Losers: Bernie Sanders..

Losers

Bernie Sanders on race, again: If there was one issue that dogged Sanders in his 2016 campaign against Hillary Clinton, it was his inability to appeal to minority voters. And for one striking moment on Thursday, that problem reared its ugly head

The candidates were asked about the declining diversity in their debate field, and when the question was presented to Sanders, he opted instead to try to talk return to a previous topic, climate change. Debate moderator Amna Nawaz of “PBS NewsHour” cut in, though. “Senator, with all respect, this question is about race. Can you answer the question as it was asked?”

The crowd roared. Sanders tried to rescue it by saying people of color would suffer from climate change, too, and then he offered some boilerplate about problems that plague minority communities. It was one moment, but it came just after the only minority candidate onstage, Andrew Yang, gave a detailed answer citing the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and it briefly revived some old demons.

Sanders also, shortly thereafter, responded to a quote Barack Obama recently gave about old white men running countries. When debate moderator Tim Alberta noted Sanders was the oldest candidate onstage, Sanders interjected, “And I’m white, as well!” It wasn’t awful, but it may not have been the time to emphasize that.

I didn't see anymore Losers.. am I missing something?

Thank you, SunSeeker!

Tonight, Joe laid out his plans as president, spoke with authority on some of the biggest issues..

https://twitter.com/UniteCountryPAC/status/1207874951350501382
Bet #45IMPEACHED is scared

Wow.. same kind of answer he

gave at She The People when asked a question about.. "the rise of white supremacist violence as President."..
https://twitter.com/notcapnamerica/status/1121159207095611392
https://www.democraticunderground.com/128786745

That's Gabbard's peep..

https://twitter.com/TulsiGabbard/status/1206197215762341889

Oh wow! Thank you for that, OL..

https://twitter.com/DrJasonJohnson/status/1207847040962699264

Notice Joe Biden doesn't take the 'old white guy' line personally even when the moderator makes a..

https://twitter.com/DrJasonJohnson/status/1207847040962699264
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