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HonestChieffan 10:27 PM 01-09-2019
Kamala Lala Dingdong is about to jump in the frying pan......So we have The NotSioux Princess and whatever Kamala claims to be.

Has a book out....what libs here have read it? Any good?

She is anti-Catholic and anti Knights of Columbus.

Had an interview with Jake Tapper, Mr Softballs for libs, and she stepped on her dick right out of the box.



Is she a star? or a shooting star about to burn up in the atmosphere?

1/26/2019:

Pete Buttigieg
Kerstin Gillibrand
Kamala Harris
Tulsi Gabbard
Elizabeth Warren
John Delaney
Andrew Yang
Julian Castro
Richard Ojeda
Bernie Sanders likely

3/17 Update https://www.cnn.com/2019/01/21/polit...ent/index.html
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HonestChieffan 10:15 PM 02-13-2019
Warren rips Child's shoulder out, get over here you stupid little shit!!



WTH? pic.twitter.com/if0NprJiyE

— Israel & USA forever (@IsraelUSAforevr) February 14, 2019

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cosmo20002 10:54 PM 02-13-2019
Originally Posted by HonestChieffan:
Warren rips Child's shoulder out, get over here you stupid little shit!!
I ilke how the close up one is sped up.
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GloryDayz 10:56 PM 02-13-2019
Originally Posted by HonestChieffan:
Warren rips Child's shoulder out, get over here you stupid little shit!!



Looks like little-bit-squaw will be able to hold her own on trains.
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Chief Northman 11:54 PM 02-13-2019
Originally Posted by HonestChieffan:
Warren rips Child's shoulder out, get over here you stupid little shit!!



She must have thought the child was still in the womb or just about to birth...
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Munson 01:50 PM 02-17-2019
Get ready for Bernie.

https://www.politico.com/story/2019/...s-2020-1173339

Originally Posted by :
Bernie Sanders records video announcing 2020 campaign

By HOLLY OTTERBEIN 02/16/2019 01:38 PM EST

Bernie Sanders, inching closer to a second bid for the White House, has recorded a campaign video in which he says he is running for president in 2020, according to two people familiar with the spot.

It’s the latest sign the independent senator, the runner-up in the 2016 contest for the Democratic nomination, is nearing a presidential announcement.

Another hint that Sanders is getting closer to a launch: As POLITICO reported this week, the Sanders team has been interviewing people for top staff positions. Chuck Rocha, a political consultant who advised Sanders’ 2016 campaign, is expected to join him again if a second bid materializes.

It is unclear when, or even whether, the Sanders video will be released. It’s possible that Sanders could launch a 2020 campaign with an exploratory committee and then formally declare his candidacy later, a route other presidential candidates, such as Sen. Elizabeth Warren, have taken.

Sarah Ford, a spokeswoman for Sanders, did not respond to a request for comment about the video.

Tim Tagaris and Robin Curran, two 2016 alumni who helped power Sanders’ successful small-dollar fundraising program, have agreed to join any second presidential campaign.

The Sanders team has also been in talks with Means of Production, the filmmaking company that created Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s viral campaign video during the midterm election, about a major 2020 role.

Meanwhile, the group founded by Sanders has been readying its members in case he runs. Our Revolution revealed its plans this weekend for the second phase of its campaign to draft Sanders into the presidential race. In a fundraising email sent to supporters, Our Revolution political director David Duhalde asked for donations to help fund phone-banking, door-knocking, volunteer trainings, and other outreach strategies.

“We’re organizing every day so that if and when Bernie announces,” he said, “our members and our groups can hit the ground running.”

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mlyonsd 01:52 PM 02-17-2019
Bernie is too far right for today's Democrats.
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seamonster 02:22 PM 02-17-2019
Originally Posted by Munson:
Get ready for Bernie.
lol at poor Bernie. All of these phony liberal politicians stole his boneheaded ideas so now he's just old hat. He's stuck in a crowd of like 20 socialists running for president. Nobody cares about this dingbat anymore.
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stevieray 02:24 PM 02-17-2019
Originally Posted by mlyonsd:
Bernie is too far right for today's Democrats.
:-)
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Chief Northman 02:29 PM 02-17-2019
The Dem primary debates will be like a live auction: every candidate will be one-upping the other with magnificent promises of “free shit”.

Sprinkle in a bit of “racist”, “homophobic”, “Islamaphobic” when talking about Trump for good measure, and don’t forget to get those questions to the candidates out in advance so they can have well-rehearsed, canned answers.
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CoMoChief 10:15 PM 02-17-2019
Bernie will run until HRC tells him to quit and go home, again.

But hey...he'll get another Audi or beach home out of it. Not bad...
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Munson 07:27 AM 02-19-2019
Bernie 2020 confirmed.

#BREAKING: Bernie Sanders to announce 2020 presidential run https://t.co/Cis1Env2ye pic.twitter.com/tcvuD8GX2q

— The Hill (@thehill) February 19, 2019


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RealSNR 08:34 AM 02-19-2019
Bernie 2020: “Hey poor people! Give me all your money a second time!”
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Munson 10:56 AM 02-19-2019
Originally Posted by RealSNR:
Bernie 2020: “Hey poor people! Give me all your money a second time!”
Cut him some slack!

He's gotta buy for a 4th home, and a 2nd Audi R8.
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GloryDayz 02:26 PM 02-19-2019
Originally Posted by Munson:
Bernie 2020 confirmed.


With the way they fucked him last time, dis gon b good..


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Munson 05:27 PM 02-22-2019

Sen. Amy Klobuchar ate salad with her comb, ordered aide to clean it: report https://t.co/z6peZiBUAw pic.twitter.com/bRkswnKySZ

— The Hill (@thehill) February 22, 2019




Originally Posted by :
Klobuchar ate salad with her comb, ordered aide to clean it: report

BY AVERY ANAPOL - 02/22/19 03:22 PM EST

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) once ate a salad with her comb and ordered an aide to clean it after the staffer did not get her a fork.

The 2008 story during a trip the senator took to South Carolina is used as the lead anecdote in a blistering new story from The New York Times with the headline "How Amy Klobuchar Treats Her Staff."

The story is based on interviews with more than two-dozen former staffers to Klobuchar, according to the news outlet, and includes several details about the demands she placed on her staff.

It reports that many former aides described her treatment as “dehumanizing.”

In the 2008 incident, the Times reported that an aide had purchased a salad for Klobuchar while bringing her bags through an airport. But the aide "fumbled" the plastic utensils and was “berated” after explaining the problem to Klobuchar.

Klobuchar then took a comb from her bag to eat the salad, before telling the staffer to "clean it," according to the report.

Sources to the Times described the incident as emblematic of what it is like to work for Klobuchar, whose demands could be over the top and even dehumanizing.

Klobuchar campaign spokeswoman Carlie Waibel pushed back on the Times story in a statement.

“The senator has repeatedly acknowledged that she can be tough and push people hard,” Waibel said. “But these anonymous stories — some of which are just plain ridiculous — do not overshadow the countless experiences of people on the senator’s team who she has been so proud to work with.”

Klobuchar has had to deal with stories about her treatment of staff ever since she announced her presidential bid, which has brought more scrutiny of her behavior.

The stories threaten to damage Klobuchar's campaign as it gets off the ground. The Minnesotan is one of five senators running for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Klobuchar has acknowledged that she can be “tough” on staff, saying at a CNN town hall this month that she has “high expectations.”

“Am I a tough boss sometimes? Yes,” she said. “Do I ask too much of my staff sometimes? Yes.”

But her supporters have also suggested the stories about her underscore an unfair standard women face in Washington and question why the behavior of male bosses doesn't come under similar scrutiny.

Critics of Klobuchar, for their part, argue sexism has nothing to do with it and that Klobuchar's treatment is simply beyond the pale.

Some former aides stood by the senator in interviews with the Times, saying that while Klobuchar was a tough boss, she often expressed regret about her behavior. But most, nearly all of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity, described incidents of humiliation, impatience and insult while working for Klobuchar.

“In 20 years in politics I have never seen worse prep,” she wrote in one email.

One former aide also told the paper that Klobuchar's criticism was a “rite of passage” in her office, for instance telling staff: “This is the worst press staff I ever had.”

The story also reported that Klobuchar would seek to complicate job opportunities for staffers who sought to move on from the office, and that Klobuchar blamed her staff for preventing her from having a greater standing in Washington.

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