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My grandmother, Sarah Taggert Kohr Raulston, widowed with 6 children in 1936, during the Republican gifted Great Depression, always told her grandchildren that she and her children would have starved to death had it not been for FDR and the Democratic Party. I have never forgot her gratitude or failed to heed the following: "It's a mortal sin to vote Republican." I maintain a blog for our local Democrat Party called "Mike's Corner." http://bureaucountydems.blogspot.com/ Please stop by. My wife Bonny and I maintain the educational website, "International Brotherhood Days," http://www.brotherhooddays.com which is dedicated to the vision and memory of my friend Severt Young Bear Sr. Stop by for a visit.

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Secretary Clinton Retweets Senator Sanders. -I'm Damn Proud To Be A Democrat!-

Regardless of which of our candidates prevail in the race for the presidency and advances onto victory in November, perhaps no other example better illustrates the character and decency of Secretary Clinton and Senator Sanders than the following.

The name calling, insult spewing, world embarrassment that is the food fight for the Republican nomination debases and disgraces the process, while the character of our candidates honors and inspires the best instincts in mankind.

I'm proud to be a Democrat. Damn proud.

On Sunday, Sanders tweeted a simple, yet powerful message: “America’s first black president cannot and will not be succeeded by a hatemonger who refuses to condemn the KKK.”

The Vermont Senator was, of course, referencing The Donald’s repeated refusals to condemn the Ku Klux Klan after his numerous endorsements from white supremacists were finally condemned by the “liberal” media. Sanders’ tweet was so important for voters to see that Clinton retweeted it shortly after:
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