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This means the the DNC's approach to defeat Senator Sanders has failed.

Most candidates for president since 1911

I canvassed for Obama in 2008 -- I was given a list of houses to contact and skipped the rest

100% Agree

In my life I've worked on 2 presidential candidates, it will soon be 3

1) Nixon, when I was 10, because my dad had me put fliers in houses on one side of the street while he did the opposite side
2) Obama, phone banking because I believed it was very important for him to win.

Minor impact at most; this questions seems like a neoliberal talking point

Remember in 2016 when the Repugs said the same thing, they lost 6 seats in the house

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump could be a drag on some of the party’s down-ballot candidates in Kansas, the Kansas Republican Party’s executive director said Tuesday.

Read more here: https://www.kansas.com/news/politics-government/article109007802.html#storylink=cpy

Is that similar to Hillary really really wanting to run against DT?

One other thing: Follow the Money

Where does a candidate (right, left, center) get their funding? It was true with Nixon, it is true now: FOLLOW THE MONEY

What an odd idea, what an odd piece. Who are you?

Student loan forgiveness is not a give away, it is a minor step toward fixing out out of wack economic system.

Interesting that you lean on the Koch brother's Tea Party response to the 2009 financial crisis as a reason not to work toward fixing a broken system.

Pentagon Racks Up $35 Trillion in Accounting Changes in One Year

Source: SFGate / San Francisco Chronicle

The Pentagon made $35 trillion in accounting adjustments last year alone -- a total that's larger than the entire U.S. economy and underscores the Defense Department's continuing difficulty in balancing its books.

The latest estimate is up from $30.7 trillion in 2018 and $29 trillion in 2017, the first year adjustments were tracked in a concerted way, according to Pentagon figures and a lawmaker who's pursued the accounting morass.

Read more: https://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Pentagon-racks-up-35-trillion-in-accounting-14994485.php

It is time to replace the management of the Pentagon.

larger than the entire U.S. economy

Has Joe Biden just jumped the shark?

Now I'll always have to wonder if he would actually select a Republican Vice President.
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