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In 2008 I supported HRC

Thank you, brethren and sistren @ DU, For proving me wrong.

I took your lesson to heart.

And I am applying the lesson.

So, I screwed up and didn't bookmark

There is a post. I think on the Bernie Group, correlating voter turnout to Bernie wins.

Can someone please take mercy on me and give me a link to that post?


SNL - Racists for Trump Ad

Justice Ann Walsh Bradley: Uncle who served at Iwo Jima unable to vote

Source: jsonline.com

Madison — A state Supreme Court justice on Tuesday urged Gov. Scott Walker to allow people to use veterans ID cards to vote after her uncle who fought at Iwo Jima was unable to cast a ballot in last week's primary election.

"It makes no sense to me that this proud patriot with a veterans card displaying his photo would be turned away from the polls and denied the right to vote," Justice Ann Walsh Bradley wrote to the Republican governor.

In her letter, Bradley said her uncle had fought at Iwo Jima, the bloody World War II battle that was immortalized in a photo of the U.S. flag being raised on the tiny Pacific island.

Tuesday marked the 71st anniversary of the 1945 flag raising.

Bradley's uncle, Leo Olson of Reedsburg, tried to use his veterans ID card to vote in last week's primary for a seat on the state Supreme Court, but that form of identification can't be used under the state's voter ID law.

Olson does not have a driver's license.

Read more: http://www.jsonline.com/news/statepolitics/justice-ann-walsh-bradley-uncle-who-serve-at-iwo-jima-unable-to-vote-b99675630z1-369874061.html

Regarding Mitt & the Donald, here's the cartoon I'd love to see

Donald Trump driving a station wagon with Mitt Romney strapped on the roof.

If You Always do What You've Always Done, You Always Get What You Always Got

This is on MSNBC, from a Flint Michigan resident on why he's voting for Bernie Sanders.

He added further: "Hillary is Old School. It's time for a change."

Rubio and Trump exchange insults

If Trump is elected, how many days before Congress impeaches him?

Just curious. Ballpark, are we talking days, weeks, or months?

Scrambled Race to Replace U.S. Rep. Ruben Hinojosa

Feb. 16, 2016 PHARR, TX — Nine candidates filled the stage at a Monday night debate in the contest to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Rub้n Hinojosa, an Edinburg Democrat. But the evening's lone personal shot was directed at the retiring incumbent rather than anyone's competition.

“I have the charisma to be able to get this done,” said law student and Democratic hopeful Ruben Ramirez. “Part of the reason we have failed in Washington — and when I say ‘we,’ I mean our current congressman — is because he lacks that charisma.”

That was the closest thing to mudslinging at a forum that focused mostly on infrastructure, education, economic, border and drug policy. And with the exception of marijuana legalization, the Democrats agreed with each other.

An open-seat U.S. House race is sure to draw a packed field, and nine candidates — six Democrats and three Republicans — are aiming to succeed the 10-term congressman.

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