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Cha

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88. We've had enormous CHANGE.. Don't try to say
Mon Dec 23, 2019, 10:12 AM
Dec 2019

we haven't.

President Obama actually accomplished CHANGE.. BS just talks about it.

BS also endorse the lewd misogynist, cenk uygur, President Obama would never do anything like that.



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Sanders’ abrupt reversal represented a misstep for Vermont senator and presidential candidate. The California arm of his campaign was warned about Uygur's past comments and urged the national campaign to stay out of the race, sources told POLITICO.

But Sanders endorsed Uygur regardless.
His intervention created turmoil on the ground in California’s 25th Congressional district, a seat that Democrats flipped in 2018 but is now vacant after Democrat Katie Hill resigned amid allegations of sexual impropriety.''

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Similar denunciations poured forth again following Sanders’ endorsement on Thursday. Even supporters of the Vermont senator expressed dismay that the progressive standard-bearer would back a candidate, in Uygur, with a problematic history. Local activists also groused that, unlike Smith, Uygur does not live in the district.

If I were to vote in a presidential
primary today, I would vote for:
Joe Biden
You're correct. Bernie will never answer those questions. nt TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #1
Has he ever been asked those questions? It's hard for any politician to answer burning questions Autumn Dec 2019 #4
I'm pretty sure he's been asked for his definition or description of "Establishment Democrats".... George II Dec 2019 #6
Has he been asked specifically if Obama and Pelosi are Establishment Dems? Try to stick Autumn Dec 2019 #7
They can't OldRed2450 Dec 2019 #10
Funny, I see him often on TV answering questions and being interviewed. Autumn Dec 2019 #20
Only on Chris Hayes OldRed2450 Dec 2019 #22
So there really is no BernieBlackout. George II Dec 2019 #104
... lapucelle Dec 2019 #39
Oh, Bernie. betsuni Dec 2019 #61
Since you asked.. why yes he was asked, and gave a shitty non-answer. Amimnoch Dec 2019 #75
Thanks for that link. It seems he respects Obama anyway. Autumn Dec 2019 #87
ALL Dems who don't support him are "establishment." Hortensis Dec 2019 #99
I'm sure he hasn't.. whathehell Dec 2019 #13
.... ehrnst Dec 2019 #103
BS Needs to say Exactly Who he is lumping in Cha Dec 2019 #41
Not only do we want to know, TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #42
Yes! Who exactly "Drew the Loudest BOOS", BS? Cha Dec 2019 #43
Republicans and healthcare industry don't get booed loudly... Lucky Luciano Dec 2019 #2
Laughable spinjob. John Fante Dec 2019 #58
+1 betsuni Dec 2019 #64
Every Jill Stein type I know also hates the fuckface in the White House. Lucky Luciano Dec 2019 #76
The say they hate Trump John Fante Dec 2019 #97
Maybe I don't know enough Stein types. Lucky Luciano Dec 2019 #98
If he hasn't been asked the questions by the the media and debate moderators I doubt he's Autumn Dec 2019 #3
They would if they could... OldRed2450 Dec 2019 #11
What's stopping the media from asking him those questions? Autumn Dec 2019 #15
He refuses to be interviewed by local Vermont newspapers KitSileya Dec 2019 #71
I've noticed that too. LiberalFighter Dec 2019 #17
It's just another game of "Let's pretend-bait Bernie" whathehell Dec 2019 #21
Yes... I would say it not only doesn't dent Bernie's support, but, in fact, makes him MORE popular! InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #28
Yes, very possible. whathehell Dec 2019 #31
You left out "utterly laughable"!! InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #79
. TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #32
Gotta keep busy. Hassin Bin Sober Dec 2019 #92
... lapucelle Dec 2019 #40
"The primary reason why I dislike Bernie Sanders... pazzyanne Dec 2019 #5
That's funny, the more I & other Bernie followers whom I know learn, the MORE we support him. InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #12
Exactly... whathehell Dec 2019 #24
Why Are You Supporting Bernie When His Campaign... TomCADem Dec 2019 #94
I took a good look at him through research. pazzyanne Dec 2019 #57
Sorry to hear that. There've been times I wish Bernie had phrased things a bit differently... InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #78
...as I will vote for Bernie if he is the Democratic nominee! pazzyanne Dec 2019 #86
Same here. LiberalFighter Dec 2019 #18
If asked he might say, "Well, some people say ... " at most but probably not even that. betsuni Dec 2019 #8
Establishment equals anyone who doesn't support Bernie nt NYMinute Dec 2019 #9
It is even worse than that dansolo Dec 2019 #90
I agree ... you're absolutely right nt NYMinute Dec 2019 #95
What Kind Of Democrat Says The Filthy Rich Should Pay Taxes At The Rates Us Poor Working Slobs Do? DanieRains Dec 2019 #14
"At a time of massive income and wealth inequality, we believe the wealthiest Americans and betsuni Dec 2019 #30
So it would seem that there are a lot of voters not happy with our party. progressoid Dec 2019 #16
Bernie is only a dem subana Dec 2019 #19
+1 TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #34
You all would be screaming bloody murder.if he ran third party. You just would like to Doitnow Dec 2019 #48
Holy hyperbole Batman. MrsCoffee Dec 2019 #56
Quick, to the wine cave! betsuni Dec 2019 #62
Anything but, batman! Tiggeroshii Dec 2019 #74
And that's no malarkey Robin!! InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #93
You said it!! I always thought the Democratic Party was sposed to be the "big-tent party"... InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #82
Yeah, he is super loyal to the "establishment". MrsCoffee Dec 2019 #91
loyal to the democratic party? subana Dec 2019 #101
Yes, which is why Bernie wouldt run as an Independent on the odd chance he loses the 2020 primary. InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #106
let's all agree that we're here to prevent Donnie from getting another 4 yrs subana Dec 2019 #110
Okay, I agree... then obviously we should ALL care that Bernie does NOT run as an Independent... InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #111
ok, I can agree with that subana Dec 2019 #113
not me! subana Dec 2019 #100
And if Bernie ran INDEPENDENT, that would guaran-damn-tee Dolt45 4 mo years as the Pee-resident... InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #107
I don't agree subana Dec 2019 #109
Bernie has the highest net favorability amongst Dem Primary Voters ritapria Dec 2019 #23
+100 n/t whathehell Dec 2019 #25
That is a myth PhoenixDem Dec 2019 #27
Sounds like a HUGE MYTH, to me.. Cha Dec 2019 #70
. TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #35
THIS +1000!! InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #80
Of course he won't answer PhoenixDem Dec 2019 #26
+1 TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #36
Bernie evertonfc Dec 2019 #29
+1 TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #37
Post removed Post removed Dec 2019 #33
That's not of relevance for him Hav Dec 2019 #38
Yes, I wonder if Leahy, who endorsed Bernie is considered establishment? Or Bernie's friend Chuck seaglass Dec 2019 #81
I'm with Bernie. James48 Dec 2019 #44
Really not that hard to spell Buttigieg. Tipperary Dec 2019 #114
The question Obama, Pelosi, Biden are AFRAID to answer: lutherj Dec 2019 #45
FDR cetainly wasn't a secret socialist. FDR saved capitalism with comradebillyboy Dec 2019 #49
True. But who are you calling a "secret socialist"? I'm not. Bernie's not. lutherj Dec 2019 #52
Capitalism has worked out just fine for me. I'm just pointing out FDR comradebillyboy Dec 2019 #53
Capitalism has worked out fine for some of us. It's a great engine of innovation, next to public lutherj Dec 2019 #54
I'd like to say that you have been civil, courteous and respectful, and I appreciate that. It seems lutherj Dec 2019 #55
Exactly -- Thank you! whathehell Dec 2019 #73
Speaker Pelosi, President Obama, and Cha Dec 2019 #69
for the times treestar Dec 2019 #105
Excellent points!! Touch... InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #112
By definition they both are. Buzz cook Dec 2019 #46
Am I Mistaken? McKim Dec 2019 #47
All candidates are equal, but some candidates are more equal than others. progressoid Dec 2019 #50
What if that candidate attacks democrats? OldRed2450 Dec 2019 #60
They sure as hell are.. anybody dishes it.. expect Cha Dec 2019 #66
I am confident that sanders will not be the nominee of the party Gothmog Dec 2019 #51
They boo Democrats the loudest because John Fante Dec 2019 #59
Yes. betsuni Dec 2019 #63
And, we know just who is responsible for that. Cha Dec 2019 #67
From my perspective he is a very divisive candidate, and would be a disaster if he is the nominee still_one Dec 2019 #65
Exactly! I agree.. way too divisive. Cha Dec 2019 #68
+1 TexasTowelie Dec 2019 #72
this is just the status quo trying to push back against change janterry Dec 2019 #77
What is that even supposed to mean Hav Dec 2019 #83
What does "status quo" mean? betsuni Dec 2019 #85
We've had enormous CHANGE.. Don't try to say Cha Dec 2019 #88
Are You Sure You Are a Warren Supporter? TomCADem Dec 2019 #96
EXACTLY right!! Thanks for pointing this out. InAbLuEsTaTe Dec 2019 #108
No, Republicans are the ones who want money in politics. betsuni Dec 2019 #115
I like being a member of the Democratic Party Gothmog Dec 2019 #117
Democrats are united.. not divided. Bad message from Bernie Sanders Peacetrain Dec 2019 #84
Yes.. same ol same ol Cha Dec 2019 #89
I am beyond tired of Bernie and his purity tests. redstatebluegirl Dec 2019 #102
I stand with Speaker Pelosi Gothmog Dec 2019 #116
Of course they are. aikoaiko Dec 2019 #118
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