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So true....

It's not about the size of the adoring crowds that chant your name

Or the way your tech savvy legions have successfully dominated the on line conversation

It's not the size of your war chest

Or the number of times you voted your ideals despite not being able to get your colleagues to follow..

These are serious times that require proven leadership, not visions of what leadership could be, one day, if only...

The republican party lies in wait, ready to tear it apart, tear it on down, tear at the very fabric that mends this American Dream

I'm with Her. She's run their gauntlet time and again and still stands.

She's ready, day one.

Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Sun Apr 24, 2016, 03:26 PM (5 replies)

This deserves to be seen, not hidden

It's everything we've heard about him, nothing he disputes so what's the objection? Having it collected in one place, on one reel?


Note to Jury: this video is an example of what the Republicans would say about Senator Sanders if he were to win the Nomination. Nothing more, nothing less.
Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Thu Apr 21, 2016, 02:17 PM (111 replies)

If you're happy and you know it...

Clamp your hams!

Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Tue Apr 19, 2016, 10:09 PM (2 replies)

Close in 11 congressional district but otherwise she's killing it

Still not much data in but I'm liking the trend
Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Tue Apr 19, 2016, 09:22 PM (0 replies)

NYS Live Election Results by District

Don't know if this can be pinned just for tonight but here's a link to results as they'll come through tonight.


I think you may have to check the auto refresh box if you use this as a reference this evening
Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Tue Apr 19, 2016, 11:48 AM (34 replies)

Most Admired Woman in World, Record 20th Time Gallup, December 2015

Today feels like a good day to bring back this ol' chestnut....


PRINCETON, N.J. -- Americans again name Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama the woman and man living anywhere in the world they admire most. Both win by wide margins over the next-closest finishers.

And then there's this international poll...


Bill Gates and Angelina Jolie are the most admired man and woman in the world in 2015, according a new poll, with Barack Obama, Xi Jinping, Malala Yousafzai and Hillary Clinton polling closely behind them.

Despite what's going on out there in DU and in many media outlets, the world knows her worth ~

She looks good in white, let's go get her a matching house!

Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Tue Apr 19, 2016, 06:30 AM (13 replies)

Aaaaaand now America's Jewish Establishment goes under the bus ~

America's Jewish Establishment (is that even a thing?) get down under there, you support Hillary...

Anybody keeping a master list of just who's under that bus?


Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Mon Apr 18, 2016, 03:21 PM (35 replies)

Thanks to those who voted to hide the post calling me a sock puppet..

Just thanks.
Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Wed Apr 13, 2016, 09:01 AM (2 replies)

Does Bernie have the temperament to be President?


But that's not my opinion alone. Here, from an October 2015 article by Mickey Hirten, a former editor of the Burlington Free Press:

Considering that the Free Press' editorial positions were very liberal, reflecting the nature of a very liberal Vermont community, one might think that meetings with Sanders were cordial, even celebratory.

They weren't. Sanders was always full of himself: pious, self-righteous and utterly humorless. Burdened by the cross of his socialist crusade, he was a scold whose counter-culture moralizing appealed to the state's liberal sensibilities as well as its conservatives, who embraced his gun ownership stance, his defense of individual rights, an antipathy toward big corporations and, generally speaking, his stick-it-to-them approach to politics.


I'm not alone in my opinions about Sanders. Chris Graf, long-time Associated Press bureau chief in Vermont, in an article published Sept. 30 in Theweek.com, had this to say about the senator.

“Bernie has no social skills, no sense of humor, and he's quick to boil over. He's the most unpolitical person in politics I've ever come across,” Graf said. Others who have covered Sanders agree.

Comments by pro-Sanders supporters argue that was over twenty years ago, he's mellowed since then. I would put forth that "mellow" is not a word anyone would use to describe candidate Bernie Sanders.


((With thanks to littlegirlblue over at TPM for posting the link initially ))
Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Sun Apr 10, 2016, 01:10 PM (34 replies)

((Rachel Maddow has an entire category on Jeopardy right now!))

Two of my favorite things: jeopardy and Rachel..in the same place at the same time!

Ah, bliss!

Posted by HillareeeHillaraah | Wed Apr 6, 2016, 07:04 PM (5 replies)
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