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2016 Postmortem

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Thu Apr 21, 2016, 01:31 PM Apr 2016

Bernie or Hillary? [View all]

Who would you like to see win the Democratic Nomination for President in 2016?

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Bernie or Hillary? [View all] nolawarlock Apr 2016 OP
No choice of an Independent!? onehandle Apr 2016 #1
LOL! nt nolawarlock Apr 2016 #2
My point is being made. Thank you. nt nolawarlock Apr 2016 #3
What point? That DU doesn't reflect the real world? hack89 Apr 2016 #4
No. nolawarlock Apr 2016 #5
Got it. You are certainly right. nt hack89 Apr 2016 #6
76% Bernie so far ... nolawarlock Apr 2016 #7
83% now TheDormouse Apr 2016 #32
be careful, statements like that are frowned on by the forum TheDormouse Apr 2016 #35
What isn't frowned upon these days? nolawarlock Apr 2016 #37
Obviosly much smarter jack_krass Apr 2016 #22
President Kucinich proved how connected to the real America DU can be. nt hack89 Apr 2016 #24
I didn't say "more connected" I said "smarter". "ahead of the curve" or "trendsetting" works too jack_krass Apr 2016 #26
"Good at misreading political sentiment in America" is also pretty accurate. nt hack89 Apr 2016 #27
most Clinton people stopped voting in these types of polls months ago. bunnies Apr 2016 #8
uh huh nolawarlock Apr 2016 #9
Its the truth. But you wouldnt that since you *just joined* right? bunnies Apr 2016 #11
I have lurked here for years. nolawarlock Apr 2016 #12
lol Hiraeth Apr 2016 #13
Really? What about the very earliest ones, before all the hatred? nt ChisolmTrailDem Apr 2016 #16
The early ones were heavily participated in by everyone, IIRC. bunnies Apr 2016 #33
I wonder why. JackRiddler Apr 2016 #30
Didnt say I blame them. bunnies Apr 2016 #34
the sentiments of who's posting vary with time of day & day of the week, I think TheDormouse Apr 2016 #36
Or Tuesday. bunnies Apr 2016 #38
About the same time they stopped thinking, apparently. Lizzie Poppet Apr 2016 #41
Of course Sanders will win this online poll workinclasszero Apr 2016 #10
*snicker* nolawarlock Apr 2016 #14
Another stupid binary poll Dem2 Apr 2016 #15
Well, you missed the point of this one ... nolawarlock Apr 2016 #17
I see your point Dem2 Apr 2016 #18
Oh I don't deny that at all. nolawarlock Apr 2016 #19
I've seen the brokeness Dem2 Apr 2016 #23
One of them tried to alert me for ... nolawarlock Apr 2016 #25
this site is much more like a caucus, much less like a primary La Lioness Priyanka Apr 2016 #20
*snickersnort* nt nolawarlock Apr 2016 #21
I'm feeling a lot better about this site now. Unicorn Apr 2016 #28
Yes, and it proves my point ... nolawarlock Apr 2016 #29
I haven't been here 24 hours yet to know what's happening on this site. Unicorn Apr 2016 #31
It's especially unfair to those of us who would actually support either Dem in November . n/t nolawarlock Apr 2016 #39
Agreed. Unicorn Apr 2016 #40
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