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now not all of the canidates are perfect, I agree with a few on different things but by far what I feel our country needs to work on Bernie can do, or, offer solutions the best, climate, income, college, peace and stop going into other countries and not be the police of the world - I for one am tired of america being in everyones business and not taking care of itself-
-I agree with trump that others should pay us at this point for us to help them-
and it certainly looks like he might win the nomination now

what are your thoughts?


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too early for April Fools. Sanders winning would be great, but alas.
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It'd be awesome if Bernie won, but sadly, I don't think that's gonna happen. Apparently there aren't enough people supporting him.
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Going to be interesting here in a few hours when that movie hits theatres for Hillary.
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The darn political system needs an overhaul whereby the same group of fat cats don't get to be in charge pulling the strings behind the scenes over and over and over and over again
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dotsforlife wrote:

Going to be interesting here in a few hours when that movie hits theatres for Hillary.


Is that getting released today?

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dotsforlife wrote:

Going to be interesting here in a few hours when that movie hits theatres for Hillary.


You mean the Benghazi movie by Michael Bay? Oh no, I feel like it will just be explosions and crap all over the people who were actually there. I don't think it will get people to hate Hillary so much as get people to rage at Michael Bay.

Sorry guys, I'm not a fan of Bernie Sanders. I also don't like Clinton. The Republicans need to figure out what they are doing. I'm not sure I want to vote for a president whose own party has no clue on how to run itself let alone the country. It needs to either pick the ultra conservative voice of Trump and Cruz or the economic focus of established Republicans. I'm not a fan of either.

I'll probably pick Clinton. Bernie Sanders seems to have limited grasp of foreign policy and I doubt his social programs are going to turn out as good as he hopes.
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now not all of the canidates are perfect, I agree with a few on different things but by far what I feel our country needs to work on Bernie can do, or, offer solutions the best, climate, income, college, peace and stop going into other countries and not be the police of the world - I for one am tired of america being in everyones business and not taking care of itself-
-I agree with trump that others should pay us at this point for us to help them-
and it certainly looks like he might win the nomination now

what are your thoughts?


I remember when ANOTHER Clinton was running for president. We didn't like him.
He was "too slick", he seemed to be leaping onto the issue of the day for popularity and making too much of his poll numbers, and some resented him for "taking away" the poll numbers from the more serious and cerebral Paul Tsongas who disappointed us all by not running because of personal-illness issues.
That was when mainstream people started talking about "brokered conventions", and trying to figure out what was the particular backroom party mechanism by which a candidate could get a majority of poll votes and yet still not be nominated anyway.
(Something Hillary was hoping would happen in '08, when it looked like Obama would beat her for popularity.)

Then Bill came out, made the convention speeches, and turned it around--All of a sudden, he did seem like a guy of conscience ideals and party issues, at least enough to elect, and we were safe putting our "Kick Out Bush Sr." future in his hands.
Here the key difference between Mr. and Ms: We DON'T EXPECT that to happen here. Hillary still seems too happy about her numbers, too willing to grab the issues away from other candidates, but that one little ingredient that made us forgive "Slick Willie" seems to be missing. Like, the impression that she actually does care about anyone besides herself, or that the reasons for her ambition for being president extends beyond simply being president.

It's all about Anybody But Trump this year--as long as the Republicans are going to do the Romney Double-Down on pretending to support him in public--but Sanders could still carry the Anybody But Hillary votes in the last month.
He's goofy, but we've SEEN goofy this year, and his is saner.


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dotsforlife wrote:

Going to be interesting here in a few hours when that movie hits theatres for Hillary.


You mean the Benghazi movie by Michael Bay? Oh no, I feel like it will just be explosions and crap all over the people who were actually there. I don't think it will get people to hate Hillary so much as get people to rage at Michael Bay.


Or, at the very least, cause Transformers to ignore it with "Bay's gone off his meds again!" every time he invests a little too much interest in a non-blockbuster project ( ) like we did with "Pain & Gain"....Did anybody see that in theaters??

Besides, Hillary's already go WAYYY too much baggage for us to even remember what the big deal about Benghazi was in the first place. By now, compared to the e-mails and Enemies Lists, it's practically quaint.
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FEEL THE BERN!
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Animegirlzvstheworld wrote:

FEEL THE BERN!




These people sure did.

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Animegirlzvstheworld wrote:

FEEL THE BERN!




These people sure did.


what is this a picture of?

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what is this a picture of?



Bill Clinton's ATF assault on Waco Texas. Let's not forget Bernie Sanders was also in office when this went down.

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VZ68 wrote:


redokami wrote:
what is this a picture of?



Bill Clinton's ATF assault on Waco Texas. Let's not forget Bernie Sanders was also in office when this went down.



That's really reaching but okay... I thought you were about to say he set the fire himself lol
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