Sunday, January 17, 2016

Yep, it's time for yet another debate. This time it is the Democrats facing off in South Carolina.

Well as much as I am feeling all debated out now, I have to say that I am quite a bit more interested in this one than in the Republican debate.

After all one of THESE people will actually be our next President.

Not only that but I think that things are going to start heating up between Hillary and Bernie since they are now almost neck and neck in the first two primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Though nationally Hillary still leads by a large margin.

I would expect tonight's debate to include mentions of Iran, Obamacare, and Wall Street. I will assume that Bill's past infidelities and the much talked about by the Right Wing FBI investigation into Hillary's e-mails will not be touched upon.

As always I will be tweeting about the debate as it goes along, and you can follow me here.

Update:

129 comments:

  1. Anonymous4:33 PM

    Slow Palin day, huh Gryphen? If youre hesitant to comment on Bristol's latest IG post because there are black people in it, take comfort in the fact that it looks like Piper is drinking beer.

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    1. Anonymous4:40 PM

      Piper is drinking a Henry Reinhard's Root Beer, the bottle looks like a beer bottle. They sell them at all the restaurants and bars up here and around Pac Northwest.

      That being said, I think that Marina has a black boyfriend and has a lot of black friends and this was her birthday some I'm pretty sure she'd have invited her friends, be they black, white, brown, yellow, red or whatever.

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    2. Anonymous5:20 PM

      So Bristol is breastfeeding (right) and drinking. Nice. Who's watching her kids? Or is Tripp now old enough to be babysitting, putting himself to bed, and able to stay out of trouble while Mommy parties? OR, are the kids in the limo outside?

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    3. Anonymous6:05 PM

      Having a birthday dinner with friends is hardly "partying", 5:20pm. There are a lot better things to criticize Bristol over, try one of them.

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    4. Anonymous7:05 PM

      DING, Gryph, and there you go.
      I don't even know you but here they go. lmao

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    5. Judging from the time stamp on the Instagram pic, it was posted around 8 - 9 PM, Saturday, 16 January.

      Sailor is either 2-1/2 months old, or a little over 3 weeks old. Doesn't EVERYONE drag their newborn infant around to bars? Who knows -- they may have been in the Hummer limo looking for a brawl.

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    6. Anonymous8:02 PM

      It's not a bar. Piper is there. Just restaurant celebration...big deal.

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    7. Anonymous8:23 PM

      Suite 100 is a decent restaurant in Anchorage. It's a little more towards the Dimond area than I would like to be but it has decent food and really great prices, that's the best part, the low, low prices for some rather imaginative food. You can eat there for about 20 less per person with drinks and food than at Ginger or Kincaid Grill, so it's a nice affordable place to take a group if you are footing the bill. Bad part of town, but good cheap food.

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    8. Anonymous8:24 PM

      5:20pm

      Bristol, both with Tripp and the new one has said that she didn't want to breast feed so she has no worries with whatever she is eating or drinking.

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    9. Anonymous9:53 PM

      Sorry to be O/T, but I have some questions for MALOE: in the Thanksgiving day photo on B's instagram site linked to yesterday, there was a baby on the floor at Sarah's feet in a carrier. "It" had the same type of pacifier in the mouth than the baby that Willow was holding in another IG photo with her eyes open. The pacifiers sure look the same (in other photos as well.) If they are the same one then that is more evidence that B delivered b4 Thanksgiving. There is another newborn being held on the left side of the photo. Also, is Tristan in that picture? Who is the little girl in the middle of two boys laying face down on a wooden platform on the same IG site?

      Just curious.

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    10. Anonymous10:24 PM

      9:53...

      Really wouldn't call your affliction 'just curious'.

      More like 'obsessed nutjob', and 'needs to get a life'.

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    11. Anonymous10:28 PM

      I want to know how Trig goes to school if he still wears diapers?

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    12. Anonymous11:00 PM

      10:28pm I say this because one of my kid's friends is a teacher at Cottonwood Elementary and from what she says I think Trig will wear diapers for the rest of his life...that little kid is really messed up. Very low functioning.

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    13. Anonymous5:16 AM

      Seriously folks, i love a palin discussion but you are discussing photos we don't even have links to.

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    14. Anonymous5:17 AM

      Didn't "want" to breastfeed. Bad mom right there. Denying one's own baby the best chance at a good, healthy start in life and superior brain development. on the other hand, superior brain development would mean the kid wouldn't fit in that family.

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    15. Anonymous6:10 AM

      Not every woman wants to be a freakin cow, 5:17am. Not every woman even can breastfeed and there is much more to raising a healthy & happy baby than having it latch onto your boob.

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    16. Anonymous6:33 AM

      A cow, 6:10? Is that what you think a breastfeeding woman is?

      I breastfed both my children beyond a year, never saying an unkind word to anyone who couldn't or chose not to.

      I guess I'm a cow.

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  2. Anonymous4:37 PM

    Bernie Sanders Rocks The Democratic Debate By Dropping A Medicare For All Bomb In SC

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/01/17/bernie-sanders-rocks-democratic-debate-dropping-medicare-bomb-sc.html

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    Isn't the debate delayed because of the all important football game?

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  3. Anonymous4:38 PM

    What the hell, a debate on a sunday night of the MLK holiday weekend? This is the first I've heard of it, been offline for two days...they didn't really publicize this one at all, did they?

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    1. Feel the Bern5:05 PM

      No, they didn't publicize it because they want to declare her the winner tomorrow.

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    2. Anonymous5:19 PM

      Oh please. It was;t hard to know it was happening. And want else would you be watching? Football is over for the weekend (hooray!) and there is nothing on TV. Anyone who cares about this will be watching.

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    3. Anonymous6:31 PM

      At least it is not on cable TV.

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  4. Anonymous4:45 PM

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren Cheers Bernie's Fight to "Hold Big Banks Accountable"

    Sen. Bernie Sanders got a shout-out from big bank critic Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday a day after the presidential hopeful gave a policy speech laying out his tough on Wall Street stance.

    Warren (D-Mass.), who has yet to endorse any of the Democratic candidates, offered the praise in a handful of tweets

    http://www.commondreams.org/news/2016/01/06/sen-elizabeth-warren-cheers-bernies-fight-hold-big-banks-accountable?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=reddit&utm_source=news

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  5. Dinner's all done, and I'm ready. I've missed all the Dem ones so far; I'm not missing this one. A little bruising has come in between Hillary and Bernie, but the same happened between Hillary and Barack back when and it's part of the game. Both know it, and reconciliation can come again.

    This is surely O'Malley's last, and I'm gonna miss the pinch of sex appeal he brings. (Google that picture of him with a guitar, a sleeveless top and his biceps revealed. :P ) Maybe his next stop is hawking Viagra?

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    1. Anonymous5:32 PM

      No way! I had no idea!

      Mildred

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    2. Anonymous5:53 PM

      O'Malley is probably hanging in there for a possible VP position on the ballot.

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    3. Anonymous6:15 PM

      Omalley is doing GREAT. I think he's going to get a boost from this. I'm now giving his a second glance.

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    4. Anonymous8:01 PM

      Actually I liked O'Malley. Just not sure he's ready to be prez. And there's a lot of momentum for both Sanders and Clinton.

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  6. Anonymous4:57 PM

    Our next president is walking on the stage in a few minutes. Excited to watch my first Democratic debate this season.

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  7. Great day today...Broncos win and Jeb Bush Jr arrested!

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  8. Anonymous5:06 PM

    OK, just two cents here - glad that Hillary is wearing pants. She looks awesome, given her age (I'm 47). Love Bernie's accent, and he looks sharp, tidy haircut. Wish he weren't starting out all shouty, but there it is. Funny to have Martin O'Malley have to introduce himself: "My name is Martin O'Malley." He has a funny accent, where's he from again? Who is he? Oh, right. "Martin O'Malley." Did I mention he has a funny accent?

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    1. Anonymous8:48 PM

      5:06, I like Bernie alot, but I couldn't
      deal with the deluge of saliva he expresses when he speaks.

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    2. Balzafiar5:24 AM

      8:48 PM -- You're right; all that spitting doesn't help matters. Plus, many times when Hillary was trying to speak he talked over her. That's the kind of rude behavior I would expect from Trump or Cruz.

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  9. Martin O'Malley is talking as if he does not realize his campaign is over.

    Should we tell him?

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    1. Anonymous5:17 PM

      He may think he's a viable VP candidate..NO, LIZ WARREN!!

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    2. Anonymous7:50 PM

      No, we need Liz in the Senate - Senate majority leader after Yertle?

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  10. Anonymous5:10 PM

    Ok, "Climate Change" as the greatest job producer in America is just creepy sounding. O'Malley lost me and his intro JUST ended.

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    1. Anonymous5:23 PM

      creepy?? Hardly!

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    2. Anonymous5:25 PM

      The statement "global climate is the greatest job producer" is creepy to me. Not the concept, but the phraseology.

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    3. Anonymous5:39 PM

      Sorry, "global climate change.."

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    4. Anonymous5:48 PM

      why is it creepy?

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    5. Balzafiar5:25 AM

      Never say never; it could turn out to be a huge industry, correcting all our past mistakes.

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  11. Anonymous5:13 PM

    I'm sew happy four the democratik convention. Now every body will leaf me aloan four a cuple of ours.
    -Barstool

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  12. Anonymous5:14 PM

    Hillary SMACKS. DOWN. Sanders on gun legislation. Starts out cool and smooth, then cranks it up. Great job.

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  13. Anonymous5:16 PM

    Having moderators to side of stage making candidates look to their left while answering instead of toward the audience is very awkward.

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  14. Anonymous5:16 PM

    Can't understand anything O'Malley says. What a strange stacatto accent. Oh, he's from Baltimore. Nice to meet you, "Martin O'Malley." Buh bye.

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    1. Anonymous6:16 PM

      I think he's great. And he has no baggage that the others have.

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  15. Anonymous5:18 PM

    Drink! Bernie Sanders just said:"Americur."

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    1. Anonymous5:21 AM

      Better than 'Murca.

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  16. Anonymous5:18 PM

    It's 8:18 and Bernie is shouting again. Drink.

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    1. Balzafiar5:27 AM

      At that rate you will end up commode-hugging drunk.

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  17. Anonymous5:33 PM

    Crossing fingers that Jim Webb gets back in with an independent run.

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    1. Anonymous5:57 PM

      Why? All we need is someone who hasn't been through the process jumping in and splitting votes..do you not recall what happened in 2000 when Nadar took votes from Gore? If Webb wanted to run, he should have run with the rest..he's already gone from GOP to Dem, and he's on his third wife. No thanks.

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    2. Anonymous7:52 PM

      exactly, 5:57

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    3. Anonymous8:29 PM

      Webb announced already as an Independent. He's back. Where have you been? (Google it.)

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    4. Anonymous11:02 PM

      9:29 Web has not declared an indy run. Where have you been?

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  18. Anonymous5:50 PM

    I recognize the two debaters in the picture above. I'm trying to figure out who is and why is the third person is on the stage, the debate is between Hillary and Bernie.

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  19. Anonymous5:55 PM

    My heart is with Bernie. I just don't know much about how he would handle international affairs. That's Hillery's strong suit. But I don't trust Hillery's link to powerful economic forces.

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    1. SallyinMI6:44 PM

      Oh come on. She is not beholden to Wall Street any more than Bernie is.

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  20. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Hey Martin O'Malley can speak...
    Oh oh Bernie took over

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  21. Anonymous6:08 PM

    It really is painful to watch our own arguing, isn't it? There are so many arts of each I agree with; so many ideas of each I'd love to see implemented. Personalities, energy, and priorities are so different, too. I like and dislike certain things about each of them. But they do all have passion.

    I just know I will be voting for one of THEM, not anything coming out of the Republican's gang of thieves.

    Mildred

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  22. Anonymous6:12 PM

    Bernie Sanders is 74 going on 75. If Sanders win the presidency I hope he doesn't pick an airhead old loser beauty pageant contestant as his vp pick. Can't risk Bernie dying in office and having a Sarah Palin type of vp becoming president.

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    1. Anonymous6:18 PM

      There is a zero chance of Bernie or Hillary picking a vp candidate as shallow and ignorant as Palin.

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    2. Anonymous6:40 PM

      I like Bernie okay, but he'll be 75 when he takes office, so that's a little old for me. Plus as a happily child free woman, I really think paying for the schooling of other people's kids goes far enough with high school. If he wants to tax churches and pay for free college that way, I'm for it. Otherwise, no way.

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    3. SallyinMI6:43 PM

      I doubt there is a person in the Democratic Party as vapid and ridiculous as Snowdrift Snookie.

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    4. Anonymous7:17 PM

      Sadly, Anon 6:40, that's like what Ronald Reagan said, "Why should I pay for other people's children to learn stuff I don't believe in?" The R's have gutted public education to where college is remedial high school. It has been a crappy half-century for everybody but the 1%; don't go pooping on the parade before it even starts.

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    5. Anonymous7:58 PM

      Paying for all children to get an education would be an investment in our society as a whole. I'm retired too, but I do live in this big community of America. I hope we all would want to make it the best we can, as much for ourselves as everyone else.

      Mildred

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    6. Anonymous8:06 PM

      I wouldn't want anyone to gut our education budget, I'd want funding increased. But I don't wanna pay for other kids' college...especially if i have carefully chosen not to have kids myself.

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    7. Anonymous8:11 PM

      Shoot, SallyinMI, if the Palin kids pass eighth grade it's good. Time to breed. LOL

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    8. Anonymous5:20 AM

      Maybe we should work on tax reform first and make the corporations and rich folks pay their share, then we can discuss using the money to pay for free college.

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    9. Balzafiar5:29 AM

      @6:18 PM -- That's a given; one doesn't exist.

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    10. Anonymous7:26 AM

      College educated kids are better able to pay for your social security. and are less likely to vote Republican. I'm a retiree too, and I want to see all kids get the best education they can.
      -meh

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  23. Anonymous6:16 PM

    Maybe not a popular opinion, but there's just no "curb appeal" for Hillary. She has the same problem campqaigning as she did in 2008.

    That being said, I will never vote for a Republican again in my lifetime.

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    1. Anonymous6:24 PM

      I come from a long line of Republicans, the "old school" kind. My great grandfather ran for senate in the 40's as a Republican. I was a Young Republican in High School and in College, back East, prior to moving to AK. Suffice it to say, none of my "old school" republican family can find parity within the party as it exists today. Most of us are now Independents, within our various states, and generally we vote for the Democratic candidate for most offices.

      There are still some holdouts within the older member of our extended family; they love themselves some Rush and they believe, in their 80 year old minds, that Donald Trump is going to save the world and put things back "right" again (like when my Grandma had black help that she paid in only food and clothes....). That ain't gonna happen and these people are going to see their idea of "America" pass them by, if they don't just die first.

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    2. Anonymous6:29 PM

      Amen sister or brother

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    3. SallyinMI6:43 PM

      Really? You want Sarah Palin--all she had was curb appeal. I prefer a leader who is smarter than I am. Hillary is brilliant, and attractive, and the very best option for 2016. Stop listening to Chuckles and the rest.

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    4. Anonymous8:15 PM

      Hillary herself has said it's tough trying to appeal to everyone. I just find it sad that her reputation is monster. There has to be a balance.

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    5. Anonymous8:29 PM

      Not what I was saying at all, Sally.
      Tired of the bullshit, and it is.

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    6. Anonymous9:08 PM

      "Hillary is brilliant, and attractive, and the very best option for 2016."

      HAhAHaHAHhahahahahaaaaaa!!

      Thanks Sally in MI. Needed that laugh.

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    7. Anonymous10:28 PM

      Sally, Neither Sarah Palin nor Hillary are what I'd call "attractive" but one is retarded and the other has such an incredible drive to be the first woman POTUS that it makes her do and say stupid things.

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  24. Anonymous6:26 PM

    Bernie Sanders is right that Trump said climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese.

    Donald Trump Tweet:

    Donald J. Trump-Verified account @realDonaldTrump

    The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing non-competitive.

    11:15 AM - 6 Nov 2012

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  25. Anonymous6:29 PM

    PALIN / TRUMP 2016

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    1. Anonymous6:41 PM

      Ah, as has been said many times before, the
      I QUIT/YOU'RE FIRED ticket!

      Mildred

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    2. Anonymous8:30 PM

      Yes, the c4p wet dream at night.

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  26. Anonymous6:34 PM

    Don't forget I'm on the stage.
    -Martin O'Malley

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  27. SallyinMI6:54 PM

    I think Hillary won the night. Good answers. Calm, collected, friendly. Madam President!

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    1. Anonymous9:15 PM

      Lol. Fan club voter.

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  28. Anonymous7:00 PM

    Heh, Bernie and Hillary seem to be adults and ended by respecting each other. Bernie refuses to "go there" re Bill. O'Malley was better this go around too.

    Almost boring after the asinine cock fight the other night with the Rs.

    Mildred

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    1. Anonymous8:24 PM

      Isn't it.
      You GO, Mildred.
      I always look forward to your posts.

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    2. Anonymous9:17 PM

      It is ok, probably better that nobody 'goes there' regarding Bill until the general anyways, should Hillary win the primaries. Then full tilt, and it will be super enjoyable.

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  29. Anonymous7:02 PM

    Clinton and Sanders are in it to become POTUS.

    Clinton being a former Senator and Secretary of State and Sanders being a Senator are prepared to become POTUS. I feel more secure if Clinton or Bernie wins versus Bully I want it my way cry baby Trump. .

    Trump reminds me of Palin, they would look at being POTUS as being American royalty. They don't know anything, they would just be a face.

    If Trump wins, I see him flying more on Air Force One than any president just so he can emerge from Air Force One with his shit eating grin waving at his admirers.

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    1. Anonymous7:13 PM

      trump wouldn't be satisfied with Air Force One. It isn't glamorous enough for him. Luckily for the taxpayers, he will never get a chance to fly on it.

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    2. Anonymous10:28 PM

      Can you imagine what he'd do to the White House - both inside and out? Could just see him putting TRUMP on the exterior in pure gold letters! God forbid!

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  30. Anonymous7:18 PM

    Wall street announces another Hillary victory...

    ...but we know Bernie won again!

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    1. Anonymous7:57 PM

      Do you have a mouse in your pocket?

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  31. Anonymous7:19 PM

    I'm willing to bet the Republican politicians are worried about Trump becoming POTUS. Talk about Gov Palin cronyism where she hired her unqualified high school best friends and gave them high powered Alaska State jobs, Trumps administration would be a list of:

    "Huh? Who is he / who is she?"

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  32. Anonymous7:19 PM

    I would prefer Bernie stay in the Senate. We nred as many Dems as possible in Congress. Hillary is very bright and quite capable and I consider having Bill as First Gentleman to be a big asset. This is a very important election,with the possible Supreme Court nominees and bring able to carry out President Obama's great work.

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    1. Anonymous10:25 PM

      I totally agree with you...have always thought it would be best for our nation to have Hillary Clinton as POTUS with her husband helping her (when she asked for it - which I'm sure she would!). They are both smart people and well regarded throughout the world. No one can match their experience and knowledge of our government - which is sorely needed.

      The Republicans (clown car folks) are the very worst candidates to run our country.

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    2. Anonymous7:30 AM

      I agree. I like Bernie's ideas but like Elizabeth Warren, he's really needed in the Senate.

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  33. Anonymous7:26 PM

    Very telling.
    Top Google search questions going into the debate tonight:

    Hillary Clinton:

    1.) "Will Hillary Clinton get prosecuted?"
    2.) "Will Hillary Clinton win the nomination?"
    3.) "What did Hillary Clinton do that is illegal?"

    Bernie Sanders:

    1.) "Why is Bernie Sanders so popular?"
    2.) "Can Bernie Sanders win?"
    3.) "How old is Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders?"

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  34. Anonymous7:26 PM

    I wasn't able to watch the whole debate, however the part I did see, Bernie was either interrupting or speaking at the same time Hillary was.

    Please tell me he didn't do that the whole debate because it was very rude.

    Also I agree with the other commenter, I do not want to pay more in taxes, since I am about to retire, to send other families children to college.

    I have looked over his health plan and no way is it going to get through Congress. As long as the republicans are in control they will not vote to raise taxes on employers or the rich.

    Also would like to know what single payer would be taxes since they give figures based on a family of four. From my experience,singles end up paying more in proportion.

    Sorry Bernie, I'm out.

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    1. Anonymous8:08 PM

      Great points, 7:26.

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    2. Anonymous8:20 PM

      I am of early retirement age government 26 years and leery of where my pension is going. Swear to God, the rat bastards will take it all.

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    3. Anonymous8:31 PM

      Single payer means not for profit at least not the obscene kind of profit insurance companies are getting now. His plan for free college was to come from the billionaires.

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    4. Anonymous8:52 PM

      His plan for free college was to come from the billionaires.
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      Well good luck getting them to pay their fair share of taxes.

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    5. Anonymous10:23 PM

      Ordinary people who make 50 grand per year would see their taxes rise 9% to pay for universal healthcare. I pay nearly 450 per month, even with the small subsidy I get from the ACA. If my taxes went up 9% it would cover my healthcare and then I wouldn't have the additional $450/month for ACA (with a huge deductible) and I'd just about come out even between losing the health insurance payment and adding to may tax bill. It's how it works in other countries that have universal coverage, in Scandinavian Countries and in Canada taxes are nearly 30% for the average person and it covers healthcare. I have no problem with this.

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    6. Anonymous10:25 PM

      8:20pm

      You should be able to roll your pension into whatever IRA or 401K that you choose. You simply tell your plan administrator that you want to move your money. Move it somewhere safe if you are afraid that your government organization is not wisely investing your money.

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  35. Anonymous7:27 PM

    The Election Carnival Has Just Begun

    ...This could well be the first election since 2000 with an independent candidate. That has happened only four times in the past century, the others being 1912, 1948 and 2000.

    And a three-way -- or even a four-way race --would be a wild card. It could take any of several forms, with different partisan winners and losers. Consider:

    Suppose Donald Trump is the Republican nominee and Hillary Clinton is the Democrat. Establishment Republicans will be convinced that their party has been hijacked by a bizarre rabble-rouser; GOP elites will be unsure which is worse -- the prospect of Trump losing, or Trump winning.

    Result: pressure builds for a "real" Republican to run as an independent -- a conservative but not a rightwing populist. That could be, say, Paul Ryan, or John Kasich, or Mitt Romney again.

    Advantage: Democrats.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-kuttner/the-election-carnival-has-just-begun_b_9005578.html

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    1. Anonymous10:19 PM

      Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney wouldn't have a chance!!

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  36. Anonymous7:49 PM

    Off Topic, but I heard an Ad for the show Mamma Mia that played this last weekend in Anchorage at the Performing Arts Center. It is a story about a girl on the eve of her wedding and her mother's secret, there being three possible fathers, etc etc. I wonder if poor Sailor Grace will relate to this show in 20 years. Poor baby...

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  37. Anonymous7:50 PM

    Very good debate. They actually talked about the issues.

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  38. Anonymous8:09 PM

    Hillary voters would vote for Sanders if he get nominated.

    But Sanders supporters see Hillary as owned by wall street corporations and a lot would vote Green Party rather than for Hillary!

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    1. Anonymous8:29 PM

      Then they are pretty stupid. They may as well not vote. Their vote won't mean anything.

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    2. Anonymous8:32 PM

      Here in Alaska our Electoral votes ALWAYS go for the Republican candidate so I don't even bother to vote of the POTUS. National Congressional and State and local elections always get my attention and my vote, but POTUS is decided by others than me.

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    3. Anonymous8:35 PM

      No matter what Hillary touts, they are owned by Wall Street, and there's that pesky Marc Rich pardoning by hubby.

      Look it up, every last one of these people are snakes in the grass, I don't care whose side you're on.

      Go Bernie!

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    4. Anonymous8:38 PM

      Sanders supporters may be disappointed when they wake up to a republican clown in office!

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    5. Anonymous10:17 PM

      They ALL get money from Wall Street - Bernie has too!

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    6. FEDUP!!!11:05 PM

      Ardent Bernie supporter here. BUT: if Hillary gets the nomination, I will vote for her in November.
      I will NOT vote for ANY of the ReThugs, but I also will not NOT vote, because that would by default be a vote for a clown car passenger. And NONE of those is Presidential material.

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    7. Anonymous5:38 AM

      You should still vote for POTUS. Every vote makes a statement and you're already in the booth.

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    8. Anonymous7:33 AM

      I've heard young sanders supporters say they'll write in Bernie if he's not the nominee. Very dangerous game, but they're too young to remember Ralph Nader.
      -meh

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  39. Anonymous8:33 PM

    What kind of loser schedules a debate on a Sunday night? I bet they had the lowest number of viewers yet. Asinine.

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    1. Anonymous10:58 PM

      I didn't even know about it until I saw it posted here. Granted, I've been away for a few days and not watching TV or doing much internet, but REALLY a debate on a Sunday night before a holiday? MLK day is pretty big here in AK at least for taking an extra day at Alyeska or just going out for a ski and camp and only having phone or tab no TV. Not sure who would be watching this. I'm assuming most people even in Lower 48 are traveling or taking advantage of holiday Monday and not home sunday night on tv.

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    2. Balzafiar7:29 AM

      "What kind of loser schedules a debate on a Sunday night?"

      That would be Debbie Wasserman Schultz, DNC Chair. Clearly she's not the brightest bulb.

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    3. Anonymous8:43 AM

      I watched and I almost never watch debates.

      Birdbrain

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  40. Anonymous9:35 PM

    Gryphen, I am aware that you are pro Hillary because she is a woman but the least you could do is make an effort to report actual polo!ng numbers not those pushed out by the Clinton campaign. 😇. Even mainstream corporate media acknowledges that Bernie leads Hillary in both NH and Iowa and in all match ups against the members Of the clown car. This presidential election is not about electing a female to the office it is about saving a democracy and frankly Hillary comes up short. If you and your daughter think that having a female President should be the nation's top priority, why don't you come out in support of someone like Elizabeth Warren who like BernieSanders is in it for the sake of the nation not just be president.

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    1. Anonymous12:18 AM

      oh yah, Hillary doesn't love America.

      Stop accusing Gryphen of sexism and go to hell.

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    2. Anonymous5:39 AM

      He's pro-Hillary because she's a woman? What an ignorant statement. Congratulations to stooping to Republican tactics.

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  41. Anonymous10:16 PM

    I am pro Hillary Clinton too! Think she and Eliz. Warren would be an outstanding ticket.

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    1. FEDUP!!!11:07 PM

      Warren has made it more than clear that she does NOT want to run AT ALL this time around. She is committed to her position, and wants to finish her term before she thinks about maybe running next time around.

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