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JohnnyHammersticks 03:14 PM 02-22-2020
Whoever wins, at least there's no way they could be stupid enough to make a humiliating clusterfuck out of the vote totals again.

Right?....


:-)
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Graystoke 09:41 AM 02-23-2020
They trot Bernie as the nominee it’s over. Even I, a never Trumper, would never vote for a commie like Sanders....NEVER, NOT EVEN CLOSE
This could be the end of the Democratic Party
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Over Yonder 09:51 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Graystoke:
They trot Bernie as the nominee itís over. Even I, a never Trumper, would never vote for a commie like Sanders....NEVER, NOT EVEN CLOSE
This could be the end of the Democratic Party
I called myself a Democrat until second term Bill Clinton. Or somewhere around there. Are you willing to say the Democratic party is headed down a road you dare not travel?

Are you opening your eyes to the Democratic party in general or you just don't like Bernie in particular? Genuinely honest question. :-)
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Graystoke 10:03 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Over Yonder:
I called myself a Democrat until second term Bill Clinton. Or somewhere around there. Are you willing to say the Democratic party is headed down a road you dare not travel?

Are you opening your eyes to the Democratic party in general or you just don't like Bernie in particular? Genuinely honest question. :-)
I am willing to say the Democratic Party is headed down a road I will not travel. They are being sold a parcel of goods that is non American. Socialism does not work. It has been proven throughout history.
Bernie is the symptom of a thought process that is wrong for our country and Democrats and the media refuse to call it out for what it is
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Donger 10:08 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Graystoke:
They trot Bernie as the nominee itís over. Even I, a never Trumper, would never vote for a commie like Sanders....NEVER, NOT EVEN CLOSE
This could be the end of the Democratic Party
Yep.
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mlyonsd 10:09 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Graystoke:
I am willing to say the Democratic Party is headed down a road I will not travel. They are being sold a parcel of goods that is non American. Socialism does not work. It has been proven throughout history.
Bernie is the symptom of a thought process that is wrong for our country and Democrats and the media refuse to call it out for what it is
To be fair there are a few calling it out.

Originally Posted by :
MSNBC's Chris Matthews compares Sanders' Nevada win to France's fall to Nazis, draws calls for his firing
https://www.foxnews.com/media/msnbcs...for-his-firing
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Bowser 10:12 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by Graystoke:
They trot Bernie as the nominee itís over. Even I, a never Trumper, would never vote for a commie like Sanders....NEVER, NOT EVEN CLOSE
This could be the end of the Democratic Party
100%

I've gotten to where I rail on the libs around here, but up until about halfway through Obama's first term I was a straight blue ticket voter. I personally feel like Republicans are lazy for the most part and not a perfect political party by any means, but I don't even recognize what the DNC is turning into. I just can't see me voting Democrat anytime in the near future without massive changes coming to that party.
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F150 10:15 AM 02-23-2020

Well, Bernie Sanders is now the clear favorite for the Democratic nomination. Lots of things to say about that, but the most important is that he is NOT a left-leaning version of Trump. Even if you disagree with his ideas, he's not a wannabe authoritarian ruler 1/

— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) February 23, 2020

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vailpass 11:03 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by wazu:
Feel the same way, honestly. People thought Trump couldn't win. He did. But at the time polls showed that while it was a tough race against Hillary, Bernie would've destroyed him.

Now, Trump is at least somewhat acquitted of the fears many had. The country didn't fall apart and the economy is roaring. So that's great. And Bernie is four years older and no longer the new shiny object. But if he's the nominee, he'll have at the very least a solid chance to win. An unabashed socialist could be our president a year from now.
No chance.

In San Antonio on Saturday night, Sanders ignored his Democratic rivals and delivered a general election-style call to action. He also spelled out, for anyone who wasn't familiar, the pillars of his revolution: To raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour; launch a "Green New Deal"; expand public housing; boost government support for organized labor; offer tuition-free college to students, while canceling their debt, and pay raises for school teachers; take apart "the prison industrial complex"; legalize marijuana across the nation and deliver "Medicare for All."

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wazu 11:05 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by vailpass:
No chance.

In San Antonio on Saturday night, Sanders ignored his Democratic rivals and delivered a general election-style call to action. He also spelled out, for anyone who wasn't familiar, the pillars of his revolution: To raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour; launch a "Green New Deal"; expand public housing; boost government support for organized labor; offer tuition-free college to students, while canceling their debt, and pay raises for school teachers; take apart "the prison industrial complex"; legalize marijuana across the nation and deliver "Medicare for All."
Believe what you want, but Trump is living proof that anybody with a "D" or an "R" next to their name on election day has a chance.
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Just Passin' By 11:06 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by F150:

:-)


Actually, Paul, that's precisely what Sanders is.
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Just Passin' By 11:07 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by wazu:
Believe what you want, but Trump is living proof that anybody with a "D" or an "R" next to their name on election day has a chance.
No, he's not.
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RunKC 11:10 AM 02-23-2020
I fear that at some point we will have a socialist president and unfortunately that’s going to bring a lot of pain for this country. The best thing we can do is hope that the disaster that happens will forever deter that type of candidate in this country.
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Raiderhader 11:29 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by RunKC:
I fear that at some point we will have a socialist president and unfortunately thatís going to bring a lot of pain for this country. The best thing we can do is hope that the disaster that happens will forever deter that type of candidate in this country.
At some point? We just had one for 8 years prior to Trump.
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Chief Northman 11:33 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by vailpass:
No chance.

In San Antonio on Saturday night, Sanders ignored his Democratic rivals and delivered a general election-style call to action. He also spelled out, for anyone who wasn't familiar, the pillars of his revolution: To raise the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour; launch a "Green New Deal"; expand public housing; boost government support for organized labor; offer tuition-free college to students, while canceling their debt, and pay raises for school teachers; take apart "the prison industrial complex"; legalize marijuana across the nation and deliver "Medicare for All."
Add to this open borders and 2 million people get citizenship his first day in office.
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Marcellus 11:56 AM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by wazu:
Believe what you want, but Trump is living proof that anybody with a "D" or an "R" next to their name on election day has a chance.
Nonsense, Trump didn't get elected because of the (R) next to his name.
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