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OK...what will the threshold be for a virtual tie after SC and Super Tuesday?

20 points? Remember, a comfortable win in Nevada was called a razor thin margin.

Lots of Hillary ads in Virginia.

I haven't seen one Bernie ad. I think he has given up on us, which is not a surprise.

Sanders supporters do realize we can go back and read what you thought of BLM last year, right?

When a Sanders event was disrupted?

Meet the Biggest Bernie Sanders Booster on the Internet

On Dec. 23, 2014, Goodman wrote for The Hill that Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) should be the next president. On Jan. 17, 2015, he wrote for The Huffington Post that he would be "voting for Rand Paul in 2016." On April 1, 2015, he made the case in The Hill for the country to consider former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. And on May 7, 2015, he said that "America needs a Vietnam veteran like Jim Webb for president."


I stand with Dolores Huerta.

Huerta will not bow to bullying. Just as I stand with John Lewis and James Clyburn. All civil rights GIANTS.

First John Lewis, now Dolores Huerta.

I am in disbelief at the tone deaf response to minorities from Sanders supporters.

Mark my words...

The definition of virtual tie will creep after Nevada. By SC it will be anything within 10 points.

Anyone surprised by this?


Clinton is wrecking Sanders on foreign policy.

I almost feel sorry for him.

There will always be a reason why a woman is not the right woman. Always a "better alternative".

The mythical "ideal" will always be just out of reach or unattainable. If it wasn't Hillary, it would be some other woman that doesn't meet the standard. There will always be some man that is better, not because he is a man, but just because.

There will always be comments about her voice. Her wardrobe. Her appearance. Her personal life choices. She will always be just a little too ambitious. She will always be defined by her spouse.

If you point out these differences in treatment, you will be playing the gender card. If she is arrogant enough to point out the historic nature of her goals, she is pandering.

I have come to realize that Yoko Ono was right.

Hillary Clinton is my choice. She is the most qualified. And make no mistake...a large percentage of the vitriol displayed by her opponents on the right and left is sexism. Virulent, hateful sexism.

I'm With Her.
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