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+Mark Hathaway but he doesn't understand the difference between thinking and feeling
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+Harry Evangelou Again, I mostly agree, but still question the 'truth' of the poverty numbers, as I explained above. I doubt you and I will be able to reconcile that issue. but we'll always agree on the fact there is a problem. :-)
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It's not about purity. It's about ensuring what happens is good for America. The Republicans left that behind and just play politics all the time. I suppose you can say Bernie is "pure", but isn't what he does just as political as what any of the others do? He's just more willing to go into the wilderness for 40 years to bide his time and wait for his moment. Others who either want power or the ability to get to work are more willing to try to get elected immediately. I respect both, but America has to decide which is more important to it at this moment in time: ideology or results.
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BREAKING..Both Republican and Democrat voters find Bernie Sanders as the most honest presidential candidate, from ALL candidates out there Republican and Democrat, and that includes everyone from their own Republican party. Hillary on the other hand is viewed as the most dishonest...
"Among likely Republican voters in Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary, 66 percent found the Vermont senator either “somewhat” or “very” honest (with 94 percent saying so on the Democratic side). Only former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush received a higher score among Republicans with 70 percent, though Sanders outpaced Bush among Repubicans who think he is “very” honest, with 31 percent to Bush’s 23.
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Go Trump (to Hell).
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Because she probably didn’t just scold the bankers. Her possibly cozy small talk could be compromising.
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The failure in your argument is the assumption that all candidates are widgets and thus comparable in their trajectories relative to each other. When you look at Sander's trajectory in Iowa relative to Hillary's you see conclusive evidence of a grassroots movement that is impervious to Hillary's bit, because we've seen it all before (2008).
Your declaration that Hillary has received "far more negative and sceptical focus from the media" is entirely incorrect and smacks of creating your own narrative which bears no relation to the demonstrable facts. Hillary is the statist candidate who is being carried by all the major corporations and super pacs which they fund, which include those which own the MSM outlets, in case you haven't noticed. That includes MSNBC (Maddow), and NPR in it's entirety. Neither have covered Bernie a fraction of the amount that they've been pushing Hillary. Yet she continues to sag. BTW, why do you support her? Does being a part of the destruction of the labor movement, or voting for invading Iraq mean nothing to you? Or what about her shifting her stance of gay marriage in order to capture the LGBT community support (in a cynical ploy to appear progressive)?
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It would be a inexcusable, institutional failure of democratic discourse if the executive power denialist ''it doesn't matter'' claim is allowed to proceed.
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Thank you Liz
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An important article about the need to organize behind Bernie Sanders

Forty-eight years ago, a serious insurrection jeopardized the power structure of the national Democratic Party for the first time in memory. Propelled by the movement against the Vietnam War, that grassroots uprising cast a big electoral shadow soon after Senator Eugene McCarthy dared to challenge the incumbent for the Democratic presidential nomination.
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#WallStreet is looking at Washington "with complete revulsion." Except when it comes to #HillaryClinton. Who offers "a way out of the wilderness."

Needless to say, Politico's account only serves to underscore the notion that a vote for Hillary is a vote for business as usual inside the Beltway. A ballot for America's entrenched political aristocracy, and a sure fire ticket to more of the same.

Politico's account brings to mind an important question: could it be that the best candidate for America's highest office isn't even running?...

#SandersWarren2016
“It was like, ‘Here’s someone who doesn’t want to vilify us but wants to get business back in the game’”...
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And the GOP clown show continues with new jokes... lol
The crowd reaction occurred as the two sparred over Trump’s attempt to seize a woman’s house in Atlantic City through eminent domain.
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+Karl Hiramanek that's correct, but since no one is restricting anyone's religion, its a specious argument. 
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If You Want to Win, Go Progressive | Truthout 

"Voter turnout is high when voters have real progressive candidates and a truly progressive platform to support." 

Click to read and share the full article.
Voter turnout is high when voters have real progressive candidates and a truly progressive platform to support.
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