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So sorry to some,however

this is the real deal boys & girls

A need to ask

and stunk up this election,we need to get it together and show we can pick a person with experience who will be ready on day one,,really boys & girls.

This whole deal is just silly

First if we don't know by know who should sit in the white house and be totally prepared,well we are missing the boat,folks.
Second,all this in fighting is doing zero for our cause,we have one goal and the way it is shaking out now,is giving another 4 years.
There is too much on the line,so let's get our shit together,and really think about our long term,unless you are ready to take many steps back just sayin'

When it comes to

Michigan,Joe needs a strong showing to maintain the over all lead in this mess.
He has the means to be on point,if most follow His message,,,just sayin'

To those

who gave their hearts,,,many thanks,it is much appreciated,,,restores hope in the human kind,,Peace & Love

It is about time to

and not pay attention to those who wish to distort the truth

The passing of a true legand

one of the best ever

Obama feels Sanders is unfit to battle Trump - and he has told people he might say so publicly

Former President Barack Obama has remained mostly silent through the early stages of the Democratic race to unseat Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election but that may soon change, friends and associates tell FOX Business, as avowed socialist Bernie Sanders gains in national polls and seems poised to obtain front-runner status.

The people who spoke on the condition of anonymity say Obama's preference had always been to lay low through the primaries aside from making some broad comments as he did in November of last year when, according to a report in The New York Times, the former two-term president, best known for expanding the size of government and his eponymous health care mandate, appeared genuinely worried about some of the increasingly leftist proposals being touted on the campaign trail from Sanders, the US senator from Vermont, and to some extent, Elizabeth Warren, the US senator from Massachusetts


Well, have to say it

Bye Bernie,,Vermont is calling

There is only one person

who can relate to the working class.
He has spent His career fighting and winning for the average person.
So now,let us return the favour,and elect a proven statesman and leader we have too much at stake,folks:
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