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16. Good.
Mon May 11, 2015, 01:12 AM
May 2015

He tells the truth. I'm glad he doesn't lie for votes.

Weird how that's something that seems to resonate with voters...

The right-wing agenda has been moving forward since the 1960s. guillaumeb May 2015 #1
Yeah if only someone would have held Reagan responsible for Iran-Contra or Rex May 2015 #2
I am too, which is why we need to unite behind the Democratic nominee Terra Alta May 2015 #3
A Bush / Walker presidency? We might as well declare the next Great Depression now. Initech May 2015 #4
Jeb Bush & Scott Walker are RINO's golfguru May 2015 #25
Ted Cruz has no chance in hell, and neither does Mike Huckabee. Initech May 2015 #26
Don't forget Ben Carson , he's a religious extremist SummerSnow May 2015 #59
Ben Carson is this year's Herman Cain. Initech May 2015 #61
Kochs and Adelson will decide the primaries. If they think either can win, they will fix it AlinPA May 2015 #88
What scares me is that they SEEM to be not much different than Hillary Clinton Flying Squirrel May 2015 #32
Wow really? workinclasszero May 2015 #64
Really what? Flying Squirrel May 2015 #65
I hate the term... Agschmid May 2015 #70
Hmmm Flying Squirrel May 2015 #74
There are Fox 'news" voters and "other media" voters. Media influences it all. AlinPA May 2015 #89
What nonsense. They are polar opposites of Hillary. JaneyVee May 2015 #34
... SidDithers May 2015 #38
That is just nonsense Godhumor May 2015 #42
Incorrect. People said the same about w and Gore and look what happened yardwork May 2015 #83
Easy to get out of? Agschmid May 2015 #69
Last time the war ended the depression. This time the war is causing the depression. Initech May 2015 #73
Truman had it about right: MannyGoldstein May 2015 #5
I'm glad you brought up Truman... MrMickeysMom May 2015 #6
+1000 Katashi_itto May 2015 #8
Too bad he rejects the label of FDR Democrat for his preferred label of "Democratic Socialist" pnwmom May 2015 #14
Good. F4lconF16 May 2015 #16
Are you saying it's true that he is NOT an FDR Democrat? Then Manny must be wrong. n/t pnwmom May 2015 #17
No. F4lconF16 May 2015 #21
Because labels are what most voters are concerned with frylock May 2015 #44
Why do you think corporations spend money on advertising? Branding is important. pnwmom May 2015 #56
To people who work 60 hours/week and are still broke all the time... Marr May 2015 #79
Most people aren't as smart as you, Marr. To them, the branding matters. n/t pnwmom May 2015 #86
Bernie is the closest thing to Harry Truman out there. hifiguy May 2015 #47
Hiroshima. Nagasaki. okasha May 2015 #58
Once The Bomb was developed its use was inevitable. hifiguy May 2015 #60
You're suggesting that anyone to the left of Hillary Clinton will... nuke Japan...? Marr May 2015 #80
No. okasha May 2015 #84
One of the things that concerns me the most is that the economy is improving & is getting okaawhatever May 2015 #7
What is nerve wracking is that voters yeoman6987 May 2015 #10
I think we will have a bright future if the Republicans take back the White House. Quackers May 2015 #9
In retrospect, Nixon was a pretty progressive president CentralMass May 2015 #11
No, Nixon was never a progressive. He was, however, talented at pushing himself struggle4progress May 2015 #31
Its sad that someone could think the author of these statements was "progressive" onenote May 2015 #36
Nixon was anti health care 'reform' hootinholler May 2015 #41
You are wrong. Ted Kennedy help defeat Nixons universal healthcare plan and later regretted it. CentralMass May 2015 #45
If I'm wrong I'm not far off the mark: hootinholler May 2015 #49
Nixon was center-right, generally speaking, but no ideologue hifiguy May 2015 #48
What is happening is that the Oligarchs are dumbing down the population and, as ChisolmTrailDem May 2015 #12
That... IthinkThereforeIAM May 2015 #40
Thread winner. hifiguy May 2015 #50
A big step towards a de facto theocracy. longship May 2015 #13
The plutocrats may pay off the religulous loons in some way hifiguy May 2015 #51
Frankly, I don't believe there will be a 'next time.' They'll bury the USA for good if they win. freshwest May 2015 #15
We have to stop the fear mongering. JayhawkSD May 2015 #18
We barely survived the last one. The economy almost disintegrated. The Middle East is stevenleser May 2015 #33
Hyperbole or not, fear is not a valid motivator. JayhawkSD May 2015 #63
Fear is absolutely a valid motivator and should not be discounted stevenleser May 2015 #71
You must really admire George Bush, then. JayhawkSD May 2015 #75
Nope. Like most other things in life, there is good fear and bad stevenleser May 2015 #76
Well, you have not given me a reason to vote for a Democrat. JayhawkSD May 2015 #77
Fine with me. I never signed up for that responsibility. nt stevenleser May 2015 #78
every time we "survive" repukes America goes further downhill Skittles May 2015 #66
Then vote for Bernie! sabrina 1 May 2015 #19
Sell you radio & TV, cancel the paper, and spend the next four years fishing in Alaska. Binkie The Clown May 2015 #20
Yes. And the conservative elements of the Democratic Party Maedhros May 2015 #22
GOP wins SCOTUS becomes 6-3 or 7-2 for next 30 years lobodons May 2015 #23
I doubt we'll elect a Republican President. One could still take office, though DFW May 2015 #24
Especially when there's a Bush in the mix. John Poet May 2015 #57
History indicates that a Republican president is more likely than not. Kablooie May 2015 #27
I don't think you're "fearmongering", struggle.. I think you're talking REALITY. It's true. Damn Cha May 2015 #28
Eventually a Republican will win the White House. gordianot May 2015 #29
You and me both! calimary May 2015 #30
That's exactly what they want... for you to be terrified. The_Commonist May 2015 #35
Especially since all they have to do is nothing treestar May 2015 #37
We should all be scared of that. MineralMan May 2015 #39
There could be upside. lostnfound May 2015 #43
Hell, Tricky Dick created the EPA KamaAina May 2015 #46
Things have changed. DCBob May 2015 #54
With the GOP holding Congress edhopper May 2015 #52
No doubt it will be worse, much worse. DCBob May 2015 #53
Nominate Bernie Sanders, problem solved. 99Forever May 2015 #55
I don't think we'll retain our Democracy if they win. octoberlib May 2015 #62
The Democrats would fight for us! RandiFan1290 May 2015 #67
Then work hard to elect whoever we nominate-even if it's Bernie. Ken Burch May 2015 #68
I certainly will. But I think Hillary has the best shot, so I'm working for her. n/t Adrahil May 2015 #72
Sorry, you can't have it both ways. Marr May 2015 #81
I have no idea what you're talking about and suspect you have no idea either struggle4progress May 2015 #85
Sure, you don't. Marr May 2015 #87
We should all be terrified at that prospect. MineralMan May 2015 #82
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