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Personally though, I think she's one of the biggest evils in the race, with a proven track record of failed foreign policy, but hey...
Yeah it's really embarrassing when your chosen candidate sweeps five states in a single day. Oh the humiliation......NOT
originally posted by: THEatsking
originally posted by: Bennyzilla
a reply to: THEatsking
You sound like you should take a break from the keyboard for a bit. Or maybe politics as a whole.
You're a hypocrite because you say Trump killing and torturing is wrong, and then call for his murder. That's a fact.
If you can't make that connection and accept your own hypocrisy then you have much bigger problems than anyone here can help you with.
Best of luck.
So , what? We're supposed to wait until he starts murdering people (like he makes it clear the US will) before we do something about it?
That will just make his following love him more.
He is a terrible guy and needs to die if he's elected. He will ruin this country, and the world potentially.
I'm not trolling, you are if you believe that its actually hypocrisy.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: interupt42
Yeah it's really embarrassing when your chosen candidate sweeps five states in a single day.
Oh the humiliation......NOT
That is why I want to see Bernie win it , he is the best of the B$ candidates we got.
As if the corps are not expecting Free Stuff, more welfare for wall street.
Free Stuff for the people, lol's!
Both D's and R's are giving the 1% welfare!
a reply to: interupt42
The reason I prefer Bernie over the rest is because he is the only one that is primarily putting focus on corruption and conflict of interest. He will also likely have a lame-duck congress so the socialist thing doesn't scare me.
The New York Times ran a piece about Bernie Sanders Monday, a sort of left-handed compliment of a legislative profile. It was called "Bernie Sanders Scored Victories for Years Via Legislative Side Doors."
Now, Steinhauer's piece wasn't all flattering. This is, after all, the New York Times, which has practically been an official mouthpiece for the Clinton campaign this election season.
Though we both operated on the same set of facts — i.e., that Sanders had an extensive history of building coalitions to pass amendments — Steinhauer implied that Sanders often acted as a kind of lefty obstructionist, using Republicans to thwart more centrist initiatives. "Mr. Sanders is not unlike Tea Party Republicans in his tactics, except his are a decaf version," she wrote.