a reply to: DimensionalChange03
Just as an aside to my previous comment, I have this to add.
When scanning through and seeing what's moving and shaking on the site today, I came across the title of this thread for the second time, when
looking through myATS, specifically the section which shows the latest activity, on threads which one has already commented on.
The title, though I had seen it already once today, jolted me.
You see, this thread brings news of a Sanders victory in Maine, and yet it is entitled "Hilary Loses Maine". The hell with that! The real story is
that Bernie Sanders Wins Maine, not that Hilary lost it! She never had it to lose! So what's going on here?
I could understand if the article to which you, the OP have linked, was entitled Hilary Loses Maine, but it is not. In fact the headline of the
article to which you link in you OP, refers to the Bernie win as being a decisive victory! Now, I am not going to suggest that you have an ulterior
motive in posting this good news, for I am sure that you have none. However, what I would say, is that it is possible that you titled this piece as
you did, because the media and their hardon for either Hilary or Trump these last few weeks has gotten to you.
This is memeology at its finest. The lie has been repeated so often now, that is the lie of Hilary's inevitable nomination, that even those who do
not believe it, have had their grammatical choices affected by the meme virus planted inside their minds by this campaign seasons most pernicious and
widespread BS mongers!
Kudos for getting the word out, but remember to look deep within yourself and ask questions, like "Is it a Bernie win, or a Hilary loss".