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beac

(9,992 posts)
88. Yes. And a special election is how MA ended up with the
Wed Jun 8, 2016, 09:23 AM
Jun 2016

ever-odious Scott Brown for two years.

That was before I moved here, but I have learned that MA politics is weird (went over 52% for Trump in the primary!) and I want to keep my excellent Senator Warren right where she is.

Very well said lastone Jun 2016 #1
I'd like to thank Hillary... GoldenThunder Jun 2016 #85
The media did it. DURHAM D Jun 2016 #2
The media got the information from the campaign and the SDs Fumesucker Jun 2016 #6
AP called the SDs directly. DURHAM D Jun 2016 #9
The Clintons are famously retributive, no one would have blabbed if they thought it wasn't wanted Fumesucker Jun 2016 #15
Not just AP. passiveporcupine Jun 2016 #63
They did not get it from the campaign. LiberalFighter Jun 2016 #10
Facts are irrelevant at this point. The dude lost and they can't accept reality. Do you BreakfastClub Jun 2016 #48
I'm not just talking about the media(I thank you for the sentiment, though). Ken Burch Jun 2016 #13
That's not fair. We're merely celebrating the news of Hillary's presumptive nomination. Trust Buster Jun 2016 #3
You're being spiteful and ugly about it. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #17
I've only read positive Hillary comments and calls to unite. This is a mischaracterization IMO. Trust Buster Jun 2016 #22
Feel free to link leftynyc Jun 2016 #82
She's succeeding in making me dislike her Waiting For Everyman Jun 2016 #4
As if you were going to vote Democratic anyway redstateblues Jun 2016 #12
I've voted Democratic for decades. Waiting For Everyman Jun 2016 #18
You don't know that that poster wouldn't have. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #21
I encourage Sanders voters to join in! Adrahil Jun 2016 #32
Of course not. None of HIllary's supporters who are financially ok want Bernie's policies adigal Jun 2016 #92
you forgot to mention ANY self-sabotaging behavior. If you mean ABC that's not her doing msongs Jun 2016 #5
I would vote for Hillary if.... seekthetruth Jun 2016 #7
You must be white and rich then rjsquirrel Jun 2016 #11
You're selling out your beliefs and values seekthetruth Jun 2016 #71
About my avatar. seekthetruth Jun 2016 #72
Equivocating Trump and Hillary makes you look foolish. redstateblues Jun 2016 #14
I believe you mean "equating" rather than equivocating. hedda_foil Jun 2016 #42
And not recognizing the similarities makes your side seekthetruth Jun 2016 #68
I'm more than glad to oblige Gman Jun 2016 #8
Personally, I think there needs to be as many progressives in the Senate and House. LiberalFighter Jun 2016 #16
I still agree with that thinking Gman Jun 2016 #20
That is the tricky part. As to how she would be replaced. LiberalFighter Jun 2016 #26
MA has a Democratic guv Gman Jun 2016 #34
Wrong. beac Jun 2016 #86
Well damn Gman Jun 2016 #87
Yes. And a special election is how MA ended up with the beac Jun 2016 #88
Don't blame you one bit Gman Jun 2016 #89
It won't. Lizzie Poppet Jun 2016 #43
It would also get that difficult, difficult woman out of the Senate Fumesucker Jun 2016 #23
That's a pretty negative way of viewing it Gman Jun 2016 #25
So many things are a matter of perspective Fumesucker Jun 2016 #45
It's good to walk away from it Gman Jun 2016 #58
Obama didn't leave HRC out in the cold on the platform Ken Burch Jun 2016 #24
No, and her and Bill enthusiastically worked to get him elected Gman Jun 2016 #31
The president controls foreign policy Demsrule86 Jun 2016 #33
Sure, okay. NanceGreggs Jun 2016 #19
EXACTLY bravenak Jun 2016 #27
We absolutely would be reaching out to HRC supporters in that scenario. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #38
... NanceGreggs Jun 2016 #44
Funny how Ken never responded. Great post Nance redstateblues Jun 2016 #47
Couldn't agree any more with this quote here: LenaBaby61 Jun 2016 #75
You've heard of The Associated Press? They are not the Hillary Clinton campaign. TeamPooka Jun 2016 #28
CNN has called it today too. passiveporcupine Jun 2016 #65
They are copycats. Once it's a story they all follow each other. TeamPooka Jun 2016 #76
Yeah, I know passiveporcupine Jun 2016 #78
Same reason she tells unnecessary lies... HooptieWagon Jun 2016 #29
What chances? Demsrule86 Jun 2016 #30
There was no reason to try to end it before California. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #41
but it would not have been done Demsrule86 Jun 2016 #59
This can't lead to anything progressive, or anything that's good for working folks and the poor. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #61
Historic moment. Glass ceiling shattered. Deal with it! grossproffit Jun 2016 #35
None of us opposed HRC because of her gender. None of us was against having a woman president. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #40
None? Come on. grossproffit Jun 2016 #52
In the Sanders campaign, none. Ken Burch Jun 2016 #55
Because it's not reality. You can't speak for everyone. There's been plenty of misogyny and sexism grossproffit Jun 2016 #57
1000 % gender NOT an issue . TheFarS1de Jun 2016 #62
utter bullshit ruggerson Jun 2016 #70
Who appointed you the arbiter of who's a progressive? Lord Magus Jun 2016 #90
Deal with it? passiveporcupine Jun 2016 #69
Because her campaign is being run by idiots. SheilaT Jun 2016 #36
you are right about one thing grasswire Jun 2016 #77
It's who they are. They can't help themselves. LibDemAlways Jun 2016 #37
Their hubris makes their behavior. They are soo arrogant they expect the Left to "sit down and shut rhett o rick Jun 2016 #39
"Grovel at the food of the oligarchy" zappaman Jun 2016 #81
I'm not sure if she was behind it or not democrattotheend Jun 2016 #46
The party is unified Tarc Jun 2016 #49
Clinton (rightly) hates the media Buzz cook Jun 2016 #50
Just stop just fucking stop already! upaloopa Jun 2016 #51
she didn't Fresh_Start Jun 2016 #53
Message auto-removed Name removed Jun 2016 #54
"class, magnanimity and creativity?" villager Jun 2016 #56
Paranoid and sanctimonious is no way to go through life. nt anigbrowl Jun 2016 #60
David Brock AgingAmerican Jun 2016 #64
...is your version of the boogeyman. nt anigbrowl Jun 2016 #79
No, he is a propagandist AgingAmerican Jun 2016 #83
Would some of you please stop blaming the Clinton campaign for the actions of the AP???? Beacool Jun 2016 #66
David Brock AgingAmerican Jun 2016 #67
He doesn't control the media either. Beacool Jun 2016 #73
Because the privileged truly are out of touch. ScreamingMeemie Jun 2016 #74
the AP did this quickesst Jun 2016 #80
Sadly, I think they are being their "best selves." AmBlue Jun 2016 #84
I don't think it's fair to attribute DU supporters' actions to the "Clinton Campaign" democrattotheend Jun 2016 #91
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