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@AP @HillaryClinton now has a war on 2 fronts with @BernieSanders & @realDonaldTrump the DNC must unite 2win ...#SandersDropOut #UniteBlue. *Billie_Jean_Brown* · 2m2 minutes ago. *Billie_Jean_Brown* @mandy_Reeves. @ap @sisterindica YAHOOOOO! All-American Drew. 1m1 minute ago ...
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We call votera, we canvass the houses of our neighborhoods (granted you're in California, and then you have to vote along with your friends, families, coworkers. We send as many of our delegates to the July convention who will March, rally and campaign to win the votes of superdelegates that are unallied with the States they are constituent to.
Look, no one said a peaceful revolution was going to be east but we have to try to affect change by at least speaking up and talking to your American neighbors. If we don't try then we may very well lose the same rights that we wish to be honored.
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#NoamChomsky: Young #BernieSanders Supporters are a "Mobilized Force That Could Change the Country"

During an event Tuesday at the Brooklyn Public Library, Noam Chomsky, the world-renowned political dissident, linguist, author and professor, was asked about Bernie Sanders’ run for the White House.

"[H]e’s considered radical and extremist, which is a pretty interesting characterization, because he’s basically a mainstream New Deal Democrat," Chomsky said. "His positions would not have surprised President Eisenhower, who said, in fact, that anyone who does not accept New Deal programs doesn’t belong in the American political system. That’s now considered very radical." 
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Noone is able in our minds to build a world like this ... but anyway we have to suffer the consequences. 
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Fourteen.

That's how many Democratic presidential nominating contests remain. From Indiana next week to the District of Columbia on June 14—with delegate prizes as large as 546 in California and small as 12 in Guam to be won in between—14 states and territories have yet to hold their respective caucus or primary.

"That's why we are in this race until the last vote is cast," said #BernieSanders on Tuesday night, following a win in Rhode Island and losses to rival #HillaryClinton in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania.
Fourteen.That's how many Democratic presidential nominating contests remain. From Indiana next week to the District of Columbia on June 14—with delegate prizes as large as 546 in California and small as 12 in Guam to be won in between—14 states and territories have yet to hold their respective caucus or primary.
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+David G Yes. In my excitement I mistyped: communities! :)
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The Vermont senator said that Saudi money is “going all over the world” to fund extremism. “And I think that the full extent of the role that #SaudiArabia plays in supporting extremism in this world is something that we should explore.”
 
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders urges the United States to address the “root cause” of the September 11, 2001 attacks, voicing support for Senate legislation that would allow families of terror victims to sue Saudi Arabia in federal court.
Bernie Sanders says he wants to get to the “root cause” of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
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Bernie Sanders all the way
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I will take trump over Cruz or Kasich any day
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Let v denote the nation-wide number of registered voters. The latest Gallup poll (Apr 6-10, 2016) shows the following: Independents (neither Democrat nor Republican), 44%; Democrats, 31%; Republicans, 25%.

Based upon the results from many states that had “open” primaries (meaning, Independents were allowed to vote), and upon the results of many polls of Independents, #BernieSanders is favored by at least 70%.
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Poll after poll shows that the overwhelming percentage of Independents are former Democrats who have given up membership because the party no longer represents the will and the needs of the people.
 
Absolutely!  Now you know why the Democratic in Democratic Party is an oxymoron!  One short, but powerful read, including a new link to me!
John M. Bachar, Jr.: Poll after poll shows that the overwhelming percentage of Independents are former Democrats who have given up membership because the party no longer represents the will and the needs of the people.
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Wow, bernie is barely ahead of a lying, treasonous, criminal, fascist, anti-woman, man hating, war monger.
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#SuperPAC American Bridge has a spinoff PAC called #CorrectTheRecord, which just announced a project called #BarrierBreakers.
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Though the media and political establishment have all but declared #HillaryClinton the official Democratic presidential candidate, new polling on Monday shows that #BernieSanders continues to fare significantly better when matched against Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.

According to the latest George Washington (GW) University Battleground Poll, Clinton's lead over Trump has shrunk to 3 percentage points, with her besting the billionaire developer by just 46 to 43 percent nationally. What's more, the poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.

The RealClearPolitics average has the former secretary of state with a slightly higher lead (8.5 percent) over Trump.

Meanwhile, Sanders continues to trounce Trump by double digits: 51 to 40 percent in the GW poll, and 53 to 37.8 percent, according to RealClearPolitics.
Though the media and political establishment have all but declared Hillary Clinton the official Democratic presidential candidate, new polling on Monday shows that Bernie Sanders continues to fare significantly better when matched against Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.
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+Ken Agneta It's your vote to waste on Clinton.
After all,it is a "free and undeniable" right to vote for the anointed one.
Just remember,a vote for her is the same as giving the WH to tRump
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Confronted on multiple weekend news shows over his campaign strategy going forward, #BernieSanders assured his supporters in no uncertain terms on Sunday that the race for the Democratic nomination is not yet over and that every voter in upcoming state contests will have a chance to have their voice counted ahead of the party's national convention this summer.
Confronted on multiple weekend news shows over his campaign strategy going forward, Bernie Sanders assured his supporters in no uncertain terms on Sunday that the race for the Democratic nomination is not yet over and that every voter in upcoming state contests will have a chance to have their voice counted ahead of the party's national convention this summer.
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+Mark Uzee​ give me ur address and I'll come to u faggot. ..I'll buy u lunch dickhead. .anytime just let me know fuckface ...my wife Jane and I are lmao ...ur gonna be in for a big surprise scumbag. ..
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@CassandraRules Nevada is the same, acreage votes one way n little clark county w/ the biggest population in state votes the other, mostly. Shawn.DC. 38m38 minutes ago. Shawn.DC @simonbalac. @gus_the_rat @CassandraRules the majority of the people in New York live in urban centers.
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seems strange that we tend to be so gung-ho about fighting for democracy in other countries when we don't trust our own people to vote for their representatives
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