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Bernie Sanders

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Hiraeth

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Tue Jun 7, 2016, 12:54 AM Jun 2016

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Eight years later, Clinton ready to break one glass ceiling
By CATHERINE LUCEY and LISA LERER, Associated Press
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/eight-years-later-clinton-ready-to-break-one-glass-ceiling/ar-BBtW76i?ocid=spartanntp

I am not posting an excerpt but, at the bottom where you can click to join the discussion. Some comments:

Keith Kaufman · University of Common Sense

I doubt that the glass ceiling will break this year....... only thing I see breaking is her ego after she gets defeated...... simply too much baggage... too many lies..... too much deceit...... and basically zero accomplishments..... if you care at all about jobs and a secure America.... I got two words for you.... "Trump Train"
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Cathy Jones

Trump 2016!!
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Bonne Martens Hargan

A bought and paid for hypocrite is not what we need as the first woman president! What if HiLiary actually gets indicted for the crimes she committed? Her following Obuma will really screw up America, him and the dumocrates that can't read followed by a bought and paid for woman politician will really screw American.
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Luna Davis

How do you just continue to foster the lies? what happened to American Journalsm? When did you all become so 1984? How do you even live with the shame you have brought on yourselves during this whole primary election? I mean, I know you have all been going down the crapper for years but, wow. You all are killing the United States and you don't even care. For shame.

Lesley Cate Donovan · Kingston University, London

I would love to have a woman president. I can think of no worse woman to be president than Hillary Clinton. What a horrible role model. The most unfavorable democratic candidate in the history of elections, someone who the vast majority of Americans do not trust. Please don't ever let her become president.


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