Saturday, February 20, 2016

Donald Trump wins South Carolina primary. Update: Jeb Bush suspends campaign!

So Trump wins again, even after essentially blaming 9-11 on George W. Bush and getting into a pissing match with the Pope.

So apparently everything we have been told about Republicans and family values is pure BS.

It looks like second place is currently a knock down drag out between Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, with Jeb Bush coming in at a very distant fourth.

So once again this essentially illustrates why Democrats need a powerhouse to go up against the GOP nominee.

Right now it is almost impossible to argue against the fact that Trump is going to win the GOP nomination. And if he does he will run an incredibly negative campaign.

Like it or not in order to fight back we need a candidate who, first of all has been under attack from the Republicans for most of her adult life, and secondly knows how to land a solid punch.

If one looks back at Trump's history you quickly learn that he has an incredibly thin skin, and that he has an especially strong reaction to criticism from women. (Remember his disgusting attacks against Rosie O'Donnell.)

Hillary will know how to use that to her advantage, as will Bill.

In fact I believe that this is the fight that Bill Clinton is itching to have.

As much as I admire Bernie Sanders, this is like nothing he has ever seen before.

On the other hand it is like Hillary Clinton has been training for this her entire life.

Update: Jeb Bush just announced that he was suspending his campaign. 

If I had been told that this was a possible outcome at the beginning of this election cycle I would have never believed it.

All bets are off now folks.

200 comments:

  1. SallyinMI4:04 PM

    I so agree with you. Hillary and Trump in a debate would be watched by millions, and the GOP will be exposed for the hateful, angry, ludicrous party it has become. Please proceed, GOP.

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    1. Anonymous11:59 PM

      If you were paying attention, the Republicans think the same thing of the Democrats, keep the masses spinning.

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    2. Anonymous1:24 AM

      History will be made for a second time in a row. The first black president in 2008(who served two terms), now the first woman elected in 2016, as United States president.

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    3. Anonymous7:10 AM

      1:59 -- Ah, but one of those parties is correct in their assessment, and the other party is the party of Free Dumbs.

      Blam! Blam! Another mass shooting, oh dear, what can we do.

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  2. Anonymous4:06 PM

    No surprise at all. You really didn't think those SC repuglicans were going to vote for either brown guy did you?

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    1. Anonymous6:45 PM

      Maybe now some Democrats will get a wake up call. Vote. For any Democrat. Because if you don't this will be your president.

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    2. And the end of the Supreme Court.

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    3. Anonymous3:28 AM

      More like the end of the US as we know it. This guy will pick fights with everyone and no one who lives outside of our borders will have anything to do with us. We'll be thought of as a rabid dog is thought of...

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    4. Anonymous7:15 AM

      He will pick fights, but then promptly moan that he is being treated unfairly.

      Not so much a rabid dog, as a pathetic whining one.

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  3. Anonymous4:12 PM

    Bye, Jeb! and Roobio.

    It still scares the living hell out of me that this @sshole could be elected to replace President Obama.

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    1. Anonymous6:43 PM

      Jeb suspending his campaign is really quite a blow to his family. I sometimes think his candidacy was about redeeming his brother and retoring his family name as much as anything else.

      The fact that he couldn't even crack the top 3 spots in the GOP clown car, is a resounding rejection of anything related to W.

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    2. I don't understand why Carson is still running. Is he that stupid crazy?

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    3. Anonymous9:02 PM

      He still has a warehouse full of books to peddle.

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    4. Anonymous9:12 PM

      mlaiuppa8:44 PM

      I don't understand why Carson is still running. Is he that stupid crazy?
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      Naw, he is not crazy, he is on a book tour. He has never been a serious candidate. He just wanted to sell his book.

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    5. Anonymous9:43 PM

      FWIW, I heard CNN's John King say that the GOP establishment wants Carson in to pull away evangelical voters from Cruz. Perhaps to eventually help Rubio...

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  4. I'm kind of hoping Hillary gets Trump so angry during the debates that he charges her podium screaming obscenities and her Secret Service detail takes him down. Sure, a lot of people would applaud that (you know, his moron base), but it would be interesting to see how he then continues his campaign while under charges for attempted assault.

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    1. Anonymous4:37 PM

      She would piss him off simply by being a not/young woman who doesn't defer to him. He would freak out.

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    2. Anonymous4:56 PM

      GOOD READ>
      http://www.salon.com/2016/02/21/yes_im_voting_for_hillary_because_she_is_a_woman_but_its_not_quite_as_simple_as_that/

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    3. Anonymous6:24 PM

      I can just see her flicking unseen lint off her shoulder. You go girl!

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    4. Anonymous6:28 PM

      LMAO. Oh, my gawd. That mental image is just hilariously awesome.

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  5. Anonymous4:20 PM

    I have not heard one news item or web posting that $tupid $arah the Queen of QUitters ever was invited to S Carolina by Trump.

    If that's true, she has to be seething mad, and what we all suspected is true, being that once Trump actually had to endure that screeching lunacy of her on stage in Iowa, he found out what an ugly troll she really is

    HOOOAHAHHH $arah!

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    1. Anonymous4:42 PM

      Agreed. I actually think that tRump told her to address the Track Menard hitting a woman issue, but he did not realized she would go bonkers the way she did.

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    2. Anonymous4:45 PM

      I doubt she was invited at all even though she says she was.

      $arah Palin is a liability and he learned the hard way. Never EVER get involved with a Palin. EVER.

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    3. She went to Iowa,and he didn't win.I don't think he'll invite her again.

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    4. Anonymous5:49 PM

      I think Trump got blind-sided in Iowa, if you noticed he never even took his overcoat off. I don’t think he was expecting her endorsement speech to be so long and all about her.

      He has also stated he hates alcohol and forbid his children from drinking or doing drugs.

      My take is, he backed her up on the “Track is a mess because of Obama lie” to save face and has not returned her calls since, but who know with Trump. It seems like the bigots are coming out for him without her help.

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    5. Anonymous6:14 PM

      Yep. She swore she'd be there. But Trump won't return her calls.

      She sold her soul for two whole appearances with Trump. I keep saying I hope $arah got a nice big check in advance from Trump. Because the gravy train is going to stop.

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    6. Anonymous6:40 PM

      I personally loved it when he chose to stand offstage in Oklahoma after he stood next to her in Iowa and made his faces over what she was saying. Comedy gold!

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    7. Anonymous7:03 PM

      Sarah is at Iron Dog with Todd. https://www.facebook.com/us4palin/

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    8. Anonymous7:15 PM

      Sarah was set up. Track was pushed over the edge so Sarah would stay home and take care of him. the young children also need a mother. Look what happened! She ended up humiliating the Donald. He had to tell her to talk about her son. He was forced into the charity for vets. Did they ever get their money. How much? None of it makes the Donald look good.

      Now Trump is committed to bringing attention for vets and getting more money to them. So far he is a failure but that will not stop him from bragging.

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    9. Anonymous7:57 PM

      7:15>
      http://www.weeklystandard.com/for-years-trumps-charity-gave-veterans-little-more-than-peanuts/article/2000776

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  6. Anonymous4:25 PM

    Yes Trump would run a dirty campaign. Hillary has a lot of bad baggage. I'm afraid.

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    1. Anonymous4:54 PM

      Trump is married to a soft core porn star! His baggage is current.

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    2. Anonymous5:11 PM

      Take one good long look at that mug Gryph posted and ask yourself if you would like that representing you after eight years of President Obama.

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    3. Anonymous5:22 PM

      Watching Mrs Trump III on stage, I wondered what kind of FLOTUS she would be. Is she educated in ay way other than porn? Does she have any opinions that are not dictated by The Donald? Can the US of A afford her high-end luxury lifestyle?

      No way is she an asset to Trump.

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    4. Anonymous5:48 PM

      Hillary has baggage but Trump has a trunk load.

      They haven’t even started on him.

      Being unqualified is only the beginning; wait until all his dirty business deals start coming out, and the little wife’s porn pics (although his supporters will think she’s hot, remind you of anyone).

      It's goin' be Huuuge !!!

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    5. Anonymous6:33 PM

      You think Hillary has more baggage than Trump? Are you really that naive?

      Hillary and Bill know where all of Trump's skeletons are buried. He has tried to woo both Bill and Hillary for decades.

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    6. Anonymous6:51 PM

      If Trumps heel spur was bad enough to prevent him from going to Nam then it should prevent him from going to the WH. No Viet Nam era vet would ever vote for that dodger.

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    7. Anonymous7:01 PM

      c4pees will vote for a soft porn star as First Lady if $arah tells them to. They're IN.

      Waving at you, Marina. Is that why the baby was named Sailor for "port in the storm?"

      Crazy ass loons.

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    8. Anonymous9:26 PM

      @Anonymous 4:25 PM

      Yes Trump would run a dirty campaign. Hillary has a lot of bad baggage. I'm afraid.
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      Trump has more baggage. He even got Marla Maples pregnant while he was married to Ivanna.

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  7. Anonymous4:28 PM

    Go home, Jebya.

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  8. Anonymous4:29 PM

    Las Vegas, Nevada....my husband and I
    caucused in Clark County today for Hillary.
    She won! When I look at her winning
    numbers I get so excited to think two
    of those numbers are because of us.
    My husband is 80 and I am 78. His back hurts most of the time and so does mine.
    So you seniors out there, don't let your
    aches and pains stop you. Take a couple of
    aspirins and get out there for Hillary
    and our country not going to hell in a
    hand basket! Seniors, if you have no
    transportation, the Caucus people will
    pick you up and bring you home.
    We didn't need a ride, but one would have
    been available .

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    1. Thank you. I hope both your backs feel better, and I'm so glad you both stood tall and voted for Hillary.

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    2. Thank you both! I hope your backs feel better, but I'm so proud you both got out there and voted.

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    3. Anonymous6:08 PM

      Yes, thank you so much!

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    4. Anonymous9:50 PM

      Thank you for voting!!!!!

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    5. Anonymous10:05 PM

      Thanks for all of the hard work you did ... from an older Minnesota DFL (Democratic-Farmer-Labor) voter.

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    6. Anita Winecooler3:17 PM

      Tthanks for doing the right thing! I worked hard when Obama ran both times, and because of other issues, I can't help as much now, but I met so very many elderly and young folks "Fired up and ready to go" as well as voters in line with folding chairs, waiting hours for their turn to vote. This is the best country, to me, and voting is our only way to make our voices heard.

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  9. Anonymous4:33 PM

    We have to remember that much of Trump's appeal is his unapologetic misogyny. Strangely, many women, consciously or not, are reacting positively to his misogynistic hatred along with the men. Unfortunately & probably exactly why she is so reviled, many folks will cheer him when he attacks Hillary even more. The good news is that she can take it and give back as good as she gets. Her qualifications for the office are far and above ANY other candidate (sorry Bernie).

    P.S. if you don't think women can be militant misogynists, you haven't been reading this blog very long.

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    1. Anonymous4:57 PM

      ;-)

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    2. Anonymous6:34 PM

      totally agree

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    3. Anonymous10:07 PM

      Touche. I do not know how women can vote for the Donald, yet they do so.

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    4. Anonymous7:33 AM

      10:07 -- Because a lot of women don't like the idea of standing on their own two feet. They desperately want someone to tell them what to do, think, and say.

      And yes, I myself am a woman. I used to volunteer for various causes, and in the process I met so many of these women, it really made me somewhat despairing. Do women really want to pay the price of denigrating their own minds and selves, just to get a little perceived "safety"?

      I would never in a million years vote for any of the clowns in the GOP clown car.

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  10. Anita Winecooler4:37 PM

    Oh how much I'd love to see his face when he loses to a female. He'll lose the rest of his mind, open the penthouse window and watch his toupee fall to earth "I coulda been a contendah".

    OT My cousin by marriage, lives in Mendham, NJ and she came across Gov Crispy Creme and his lovely wife Marypat while food shopping. She said she never saw two people with four carts of mostly junk food in her life, unless it was for a party or holiday. She got a photo in line from the back...in a track warmup suit, the cheap nylon kind... it's worse than the photo of him in a sports uniform. Looks like his mom bought it and said "you'll grow into it", everyone was ignoring the hell out of them. I don't see much of a political future for the Christies.

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    1. Anonymous7:06 PM

      Sounds funny! Can you post the pic? I could use a good laugh after watching Trump give his speech.

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    2. Anonymous9:30 PM

      http://www.peopleofwalmart.com/vroom-vroom/

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    3. Anita Winecooler3:23 PM

      Will try, I didn't save it, will see if she can re send and post a link. What a cold homecoming, they're still reeling over bridgegate and cutting the Property Tax/Rent rebate amounts.

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  11. Anonymous4:39 PM

    It really bothers me that it appears Sander’s supports are not willing to vote for Hillary if she wins the nomination.

    This is going to be a very crucial election, we can’t afford any of those Republican clowns in the White House.

    If Trump or Cruz is elected, they will totally destroy the USA.

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    1. Anonymous4:56 PM

      The reason is that they aren't really Democrats. Kinda like Bernie.

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    2. Anonymous5:19 PM

      I'm a Sanders supporter but if he doesn't win the nomination, you can bet I'll be voting for Hillary.

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    3. Anonymous5:22 PM

      Fuck off. Democrats need to reach out to Independents like me, not push them away. Either way, I'll be voting the Democratic ticket all the way down. So... don't be an ass and don't sit out the election if Hills doesn't get the nom.

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    4. Anonymous5:37 PM

      I really don't like Hillary, but if she's the nominee I just have to hold my nose while voting for her.

      #FeelTheBern

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    5. Anonymous5:52 PM

      @ 5:22 you are exactly who I am taking about, I state my opinion and you tell me to fuck off.

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    6. Anonymous6:48 PM

      @ Dear Fuck off 5:22 pm

      Well Fuck off, no one is going to reach out to you when you are such an asshole.

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    7. Anonymous9:41 PM

      I just wanted to end this thread on a pleasant note. So good evening!!

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    8. Anonymous10:14 PM

      9:41pm Thank you for the civility and cheerful ending. I'm a Minnesotan and an old Minnesota DFL'er. I'm also a light Bernie supporter (a different one here in this thread). Yet I also would vote for Hillary against the GOP if she is the candidate, eventually. The alternative for me is too scary if it means the GOP could be the winner in the end (or Sarah is the VP again ... gag, barf).

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    9. Anonymous11:44 PM

      to 4:39p
      Just trying to find a middle road here...your post DID sound very judgmental and I don't know why you are surprised that you're getting cussed at.

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    10. Anonymous8:17 AM

      4:39 does not deserve expletives. It was that poster's opinion and s/he is entitled to express it.

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  12. Anonymous4:40 PM

    He didn't need Sarah afterall. Poor Sarah must be hugely disappointed.

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    1. Yes, say hello to Scott Brown.
      What a pair...Trump with Brown for VP.

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  13. Anonymous4:49 PM

    Ewwww!!!....Trump "really" does have Ugly Stubby White Fingers....UGH!!!

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    1. Graydon Carter wrote in Spy magazine that donny is a "short fingered vulgarian" almost 30 years ago and to this day, donny is still bitter about it!
      Ivana Trump wrote about how donny BEAT & RAPED her because he was furious over a botched scalp surgery performed by Ivana's plastic surgeon. That type of scalp surgery isnt done so much today, due to the extreme pain the patient is left with, along with a really fake-looking hairline. This's why his hair looks like it does. He's not hiding a baldspot anymore, he's hiding a huge amount of scarring where he was 'scalped' of his bald patch. The complicated hairdo is supposed to be a cover-up. I hope it still hurts like hell...

      He beat that woman, pulled out her hair and sexually assaulted her in their home! Then got his lawyers to pay her off bigtime to add some bullshit to that section of her tell-all book to "soften' the situation. SICK!! His lawyers had some really nice things to say about the reality of marital rape.

      To recap: donny is a wife-rapist and a short-fingered vulgarian with a botched hair-do. Can't change any of that!!

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    2. Anonymous2:31 PM

      Curious Alice

      It makes more sense why he would hang with Palin now.

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  14. Anonymous5:09 PM

    "please clap" Bush sits alone a dim hotel room wishing he'd used the pig blood bullets tale. America.

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  15. Anonymous5:13 PM

    South Carolina Exit Poll Finds 75 Percent Of Republicans Believe This Horrific Trump Idea

    ...According to a CBS News exit poll conducted during the South Carolina primary, a staggering 75 percent of voters said they supported Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims. This is in line, but actually slightly up, from an earlier South Carolina poll that found Trump supporters overwhelming favored legalizing discrimination against Muslims.

    There’s also 62/23 support among Trump voters for creating a national database of Muslims and 40/36 support for shutting down all the mosques in the United States, something no one else’s voters back. Only 44% of Trump voters think the practice of Islam should even be legal at all in the United States, to 33% who think it should be illegal. To put all the views toward Muslims in context though, 32% of Trump voters continue to believe the policy of Japanese internment during World War II was a good one…

    http://www.addictinginfo.org/2016/02/20/south-carolina-exit-poll-finds-75-percent-of-republicans-believe-this-horrific-trump-idea/

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    1. Anonymous10:43 PM

      Thank you for the info. That is truly what is scary about Trump voters. What a rigid, purist, lily white world (only white lives matter, or the most) they must live in to have those views. I wonder if when they travel, if they travel outside of the USA, if they bother to eat at anything other than McDonalds or KFC or something American branded.

      Something tells me that these are the kind of people who probably don't have passports. Or if they do, haven't been to any place other than Mexico or the Dominican Republic and an all inclusive resort. Or they go to select parts of Europe.

      Also, speaking of Japanese internment ... people forget about the distant, farther past. While not the same, my past ancestors (grandparents and other relatives, if they were still alive) on my mother's side were 2nd generation German-Americans during WWI and could tell you stories how their lives were changed by the Minnesota Commission of Public Safety. While their loyalty wasn't questioned the same during WWII, it was during WWI. It had a profound effect on many immigrants (other than German-Americans) too.

      http://libguides.mnhs.org/publicsafety

      Why I dislike people who say speak English only or their English only movements.
      Or some people's willingness to subject a certain group to being internment during a crisis for convenience (which later turned out to be racism) which was true on the West Coast in the case of Japanese-Americans during WWII and their internment.

      It was a land grab and a cash grab of businesses based on racism.

      So Trump's followers, as usual, are pulling from both the current and from the past to show their racism. Current with Muslim-Americans and with the past with Japanese-Americans with WWII.

      What is indeed creepy is that I saw he got similar figures from New Hampshire voters for doing similar to Muslims after Trump won there.

      That he's getting so much support in general from racists elsewhere in the USA whom also agree with him (thanks to the tea party and Sarah who have stirred up that racism in the past) is what concerns me.

      Trump = Hair Hitler USA. Fascism lives and breathes now.

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    2. Anonymous3:07 AM

      The media is complicit in tRump's rise also, too! Just about EVERY newscast leads with how HE is doing, forget the other candidates in both parties. So sick of seeing his ugly face on TV. Maybe the other candidates should demand equal time. There should be documentaries about his past bankruptcies, the little people he screwed over. Malaria's soft porn past, plus the fact that her father held a post in the Communist Party in her home country. How did HE get a visa to come here, he was on stage (with his wife) during one stop. Malaria looks mean as a snake, look at those eyes like slits.

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  16. Anonymous5:14 PM

    Texas Republicans Cut Environmental Regulations And Now Black Sludge Is Coming Out Instead Of Tap Water

    A disgusting black sludge is coming out of residents’ faucets in Crystal City, Texas, and the people are left helpless to do anything about it.

    http://www.addictinginfo.org/2016/02/20/days-after-fbi-arrests-city-officials-in-texas-town-black-sludge-streams-from-faucets/

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    1. Anonymous5:43 PM

      Crystal City, TX- during 1942 through 1948 - trains delivered to that area Japanese, German and Italian immigrants and their American born children, as well as many families from Latin America.

      They arrived at what was called The Crystal City Internment Camp that was administered by the Immigration and Naturalization Service under the Department of Justice of the USA.

      This was done by FDR and was kept quiet with few Americans aware of its being! It was America's only Family Internment Camp During World War II.

      Read the book "The Train to Crystal City" - well written and documented. Some of our history of which I was totally unaware. Some of you might be interested in reading it. The author is Jan Jarboe Russell.

      I truly hope the residents of Crystal City, TX are able to have their tap water problem rectified. Sounds like they could use help immediately!

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    2. Anonymous6:31 PM

      Images of Crystal City internment camp:

      ---------------------------------


      https://www.google.com/search?q=Crystal+City+Internment+Camp&client=ubuntu&hs=qvM&channel=fs&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjNstGn9YfLAhVD12MKHVPHCS4QsAQIMA&biw=1760&bih=803

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    3. Anonymous9:07 PM

      Well, folks, unless we elect Democrats and demand a huge infrastructure bill, more and more cities will have no water. Come on-vote Democratic and save the nation.

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    4. I did not know of this program so thanks for the info. I've just borrowed it from the library. It is sad to see the hate continue, decade after decade.

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  17. Anonymous5:18 PM

    So the GOP has become Trump and his brown shirts or Cruz and his taliban followers.

    Maybe the Koch brothers can have them both "taken" out.

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  18. Anonymous5:19 PM

    As for Jebra suspending his campaign.... I vividly remember in 2000 w(he doesn't deserve a capital W) was sitting in a library and when told Florida was called for Gore he said "My brother assures me i will win Florida".Now we all know the dirty shit that gave w Florida and we all know the catastrophic results of his presidency. This is Karma. Not nearly enough but it is a beginning.Fuck you jeb! and your whole rotten family.

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    1. Anonymous5:39 PM

      Ditto, 5:29pm. Not enough Karma but it is a start and I'm optimistic that Karma isn't quite done with that disgusting family.

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    2. Anonymous7:16 PM

      Agreed! This corrupt dynasty has FINALLY come to an end. And nowhere near soon enough.

      Future generations won't remember anything about Bush 41. And Bush 43 will be remembered for letting 9/11 happen, killing thousands of troops by invading the wrong country, and letting hundreds of poor people die in Hurricane Katrina while he could only be bothered to fly over the tragic disaster.

      And that's how it should w

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    3. Anonymous7:33 PM

      So true. Plus remember what he did to Terry' Shiao and her husband. Inserted the government into making a medical decision that should have remained in the courts. In the end all he did was cause a lot of needless suffering.

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    4. Anonymous9:40 PM

      It way to soon to count those Bushit fuckers out.

      The next degenertion of young Bushits is already running for office.

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    5. Anonymous3:11 AM

      Jeb's son, George P Bush is already in a government position in Texas, learning how to corrupt the system. Vile, scandalous family.

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  19. Anonymous5:29 PM

    And the toilet flushes, Jeb, take your "clutching at pearls" mother, your 9/11 "kept us safe" douche bag brother and GO HOME. Sit down and shut up.

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    1. AKinPA6:02 PM

      In memory of Terri Schiavo, Bush should be forced to stay in the race until the convention. I'm sure his SuperPac can keep him on life support until then.

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    2. Anonymous6:51 PM

      ++++

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    3. Anonymous7:23 PM

      AK in PA - Well done!

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    4. Anonymous7:53 PM

      AKinPA6:02 PM

      Oh, well done! I bow in your presence. And may unashamedly steal it.

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    5. Anonymous3:13 AM

      All that money down the tubes. I imagine Jeb kept a nice chunk of it for himself. He IS a Bush, after all. How smart can those millionaires be, the ones who actually thought another Bush had a shot?

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  20. Anonymous5:31 PM

    Trump's SC victory shows he finished with a big dip in support over the last week or so. So that's a little bit of a positive. Hopefully, the trend continues and he loses the next primary but it doesn't look like that will happen unless Cruz and Carson end their campaigns. I'll vote for whomever is the Democratic candidate but I believe Trump and his crazy, racist, nationalistic supporters are a danger to our country. I want to see him humiliated.

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  21. Anonymous5:32 PM

    Where's Sarah?
    Scroll down a couple of posts on this link!
    https://www.facebook.com/us4palin/

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    1. Anonymous7:22 PM

      Hah. Thanks for that link. I can hear her saying that she couldn't miss out on that ID banquet and was able to give Trump plenty of support from afar. Question is, will she keep trying to talk him into having her stump for him in person or has she gotten the message that he is through with her?!

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  22. Anonymous5:35 PM

    Looking forward to SNL tonight...so much material to work with from this last week
    but I'm betting on Trump vs The Pope.

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    1. Anonymous5:56 PM

      Unfortunately it is a repeat, oops I mean encore presentation, this week.

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  23. Anonymous5:42 PM

    I hope that trump is a Trojan horse and he and billy dreamed this one up. The ultimate.

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    1. Anonymous6:07 PM

      He's in the race to feed his ego. There is no master plan of him to make the Right look like fools for Clinton to win. Hitler has been reincarnated!

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    2. Anonymous6:25 PM

      In every speech, Trump repeats the same things over and over again. There truly is no reason to view or listen to him.

      He is not capable to be POTUS!

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      Anonymous5:42 PM

      I keep thinking that it MUST be it. This must be a huge joke on the GOP by Bill. Payback for the "vast right wing conspiracy" and the constant attacks on Hillary.

      The shockwaves through the GOP would just finally kill the party.

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  24. Anonymous5:43 PM

    Good riddance to Jeb. He never should have entered the race

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  25. Anonymous5:54 PM

    One observation I made tonight was Donald Trump giving his acceptance speech and thanking his family, looking over to his right, and totally ignoring his wife, Melania. It was so embarrassing and obvious it hurt her.

    After a few more statements, Donald then asked her to speak to the crowd. After she did in her broken english, he never even gave her a hug, or a kiss, or any personal acknowledgement. He never makes any personal acknowledgement, thanking her, that I ever heard. His favorite is Ivanka, always asking her to speak for him.

    I find Trump does not show respect to his wife at all.

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    1. Anonymous6:23 PM

      I watched it too and felt sorry for his wife.

      Plus, The Donald touched Ivanka's PG tummy two or three times (almost like he was petting it!). The guy is weird and I don't want him our POTUS!

      He and Cruz give me the creeps! What is wrong with Americans supporting these two guys?

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    2. Anonymous6:28 PM

      Trump needs to "close the deal." Now that he got her, he is on to some other deal. It'd be quite something for the POTUS to be in a nasty divorce so he could get a younger sexier model.

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    3. Anonymous7:01 PM

      He knows why he married her. The soft porn doesn't fit in with a good campaign for a high office. Plus she sounds like a furriner.

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    4. Anonymous7:19 PM

      Yeah, I hate how he treats Melania and still fawns over Ivanka. He seems so obsessed with her pregnancy too. Funny, but she was supposedly going to give birth a couple weeks ago. He lies about everything and uses everything and he can to make himself look better, including his daughter's pregnancy in the weirdest way.

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    5. Anonymous7:52 PM

      I think Trump would prefer that Ivanka be his first lady than Melania.

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    6. Anonymous10:11 PM

      He can appoint her the first lady. He'll do as he damn well pleases.
      He will rule like a dictator.

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    7. Anonymous3:20 AM

      He probably peruses the internet, looking for his next Russian porn wife. $carah should introduce him to the little Russian porn dumpling, Marina, Bristle's BFF.

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  26. Anonymous5:57 PM

    Can't stand Cruz, but he is so slick and devious. A while ago, he asks for a moment of silence in honor of Scalia, and his tone is so self-righteous, as if he expects to earn 'nice-guy' points, by pretending he cares about the departed Scalia. Why he can't leave well enough alone, let the family grieve after a long day with the funeral. Cruz has to exploit every situation to profit his slimy self.

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      Another thing that bothers me about Cruz. Why does he have to resort to underhanded tricks to gain voters? Doesn't HE even believe his own platform is enough?

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  27. Anonymous6:12 PM

    Wow. A year ago they were saying all Jeb had to do was show up and he'd walk to victory.

    I know a lot of my fellow liberals would love Hillary or Bernie to run against Trump in the general election. But I think it's WAY too much of a gamble

    They can't let Trump or Cruz win the nomination. God forbid there is some drastic October surprise that cripples Hillary/Bernie and we are stuck with a psychopath or a religious nut job as our president.

    Even the possibility of that really frightens me!

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      Hopefully it will be shown that Ted is NOT a natural born citizen. If his mother renounced her US Citizenship before he was born, he is toast.

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  28. Anonymous6:15 PM

    JEB! Is now WTF, JEB?

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      Jeb! is now Jeb:(

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    2. Anonymous9:05 PM

      And now it's "Bernie!"

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  29. majii6:18 PM

    Jeb should be put on a suicide watch. It must be very disappointing for him to have to leave the race at this point because he just knew he'd be the GOP/TP nominee this year. It must suck for him to have been bested by a buffoon in the entertainment industry and a group of right-wing extremist candidates. I just finished reading an article in "The Guardian" which states that Cruz haz a sad and is upset at having to share 3rd place with Rubio. Cruz trotted out Phil Robertson and just knew the SC evangelicals would lead him to victory. I'm glad that he haz a sad because he has an over-inflated opinion of himself. Maye now he will begin to realize that his sh*t stinks just like everyone else's does.

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    1. Anonymous3:23 AM

      Maybe Jeb! will attend the convention, and be crowned king of the candidates?

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    2. Anonymous4:41 AM

      3:23 - that's not that crazy an idea. That actually could happen at a brokered convention.

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  30. Anonymous6:18 PM

    Trump said, “We’re going to terminate Obamacare. It’s going to be terminated. It’s going to be over. It’s going to be repealed. It’s going to be replaced, and you’re going to have much better healthcare at a much smaller cost.”

    Trump lied about the percentage increase in the cost of ACA premiums, but the larger point is that Donald Trump is promising some great mystery healthcare plan. Trump has promised that poor people will not go without healthcare, and this week he endorsed the individual mandate. Trump also has campaigned on the standard Republican myth that buying insurance across state lines will lower costs.

    Experts have warned that repealing the ACA would not only cost every American, who signed up for health insurance their coverage, but children age 18-26 would lose their coverage, and those Americans who have gained insurance through the Medicaid expansion would also be at risk of losing their coverage.

    The Republican audience applauded loudly for Trump’s promise to terminate Obamacare, but experts are warning Republicans that ACA repeal would create chaos in the healthcare system. Millions of people who would find themselves newly uninsured would turn to emergency rooms for care.

    Republican voters applauded harming tens of millions of Americans.

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/02/20/trump-vows-terminate-22-million-americans-healthcare-south-carolina-victory-speech.html

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    1. Anonymous9:30 PM

      I visited Trump's campaign site and there is nothing on it about healthcare. Period

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    2. Anonymous9:52 PM

      @Anonymous 6:18 PM

      Trump said, “We’re going to terminate Obamacare. It’s going to be terminated.
      *******************************8
      This is why us Democrats MUST have a large turnout.

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    3. Anonymous6:58 AM

      I don't understand why other politicians don't confront Trump with his constant lies.

      Obamacare is a law! They can make changes to it, but not get rid of it! Millions are already insured under it. So I ask, are they really going to cancel all those insurance coverages for Americans? I certainly hope not! I'm very comfortable with the coverage I have, the cost involved, my doctors, etc. Getting a doctor was NEVER an issue either!

      Do they realize how many votes they are going to lose with their constant political 'falsehoods'?

      I know I would not have medical health insurance were it not for Obamacare because I have a preexisting condition - Obamacare has provided the coverage for me. It was a huge relief and I'm more than thankful!

      Do they really want to take my coverage away? You can bet I will not vote for even one Republican on national, state or local levels. They are a terrible, hateful, racist party - that also wants us in more wars!

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    4. Anonymous8:16 AM

      6:8 -- These kinds of people imagine that they will NEVER need health care (no accidents, no diabetes, heart attacks, no developing chronic conditions.)

      Nope, they're protected by their prayers. And all the rest of us can graciously take care of their emergency room bills.

      As for coverage itself--it would be interesting to see what The Donald would do. I have a friend who works as an actuary at Kaiser.

      She says that at this point, Obamacare will NOT be overturned--the insurance companies have had to make too many changes to systems protocols, and regulations.

      Big, big insurance companies beckon? The Donald dances. His morons follow. The insurance companies laugh, and pull the real strings. I wonder how Trump would spin all this, if he should actually win?

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  31. Anonymous6:19 PM

    So if all bets are off, let's consider this:

    http://www.salon.com/2016/02/19/hillary_clinton_just_cant_win_democrats_need_to_accept_that_only_bernie_sanders_can_defeat_the_gop/

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    1. Anonymous6:43 PM

      Bernie has no chance in the southern states no matter how much trickery he uses. Hillary is our only hope of retaining the WH.

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    2. Anonymous9:58 PM

      "Unless Bernie holds Hillary's margin under 10% in South Carolina, the Dem race could be effectively over in less than two weeks." - pollster Dave Wasserman

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    3. Anonymous12:00 AM

      By my math, Bernie Sanders still has as many delegates as Hillary.

      He got 2 less in Iowa, 6 more in NH, and 4 less than HRC in Nevada.

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    4. Anonymous8:11 AM

      Keep hope alive, 12:00. She's won 3 out of 4 races and Bernie's "massive" voters are not showing up.

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    5. Anonymous9:32 AM

      @12:00 your math is wrong. HRC -63, BS-51. And that does not include super delegates.
      Http://www.electionprojection.com/democratic-nomination-delegates/

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  32. Anonymous6:20 PM

    That moment when the light bulb goes on.
    It was something a commentator said last week, that in all the polling numbers, no matter who else he's polling against, Trump has a "high floor but a low ceiling." I.e., a rock solid 30-40% that doesn't go up with fewer candidates in the field. I.e., the people who don't support him are unlikely to ever support him. No way no how is this a winning strategy for a general election.
    Unless (oh, snap) it's a 3-horse race.
    I'd bet my bottom dollar on it: he's going to mount a 3rd party bid.

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  33. Anonymous6:20 PM

    Rachel Maddow Confronts Debbie Wasserman Schultz On Democratic Superdelegates

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/02/20/rachel-maddow-confronts-debbie-wasserman-schultz-superdelegate.html

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    1. Anonymous6:51 PM

      Why is this all of a sudden an issue? It wasn't an issue for the media with Obama. It wasn't an issue for the emdia with Gore or Clinton or Kerry. But now all of a sudden they want to change the rules and throw the process into chaos in the middle of the primaries. Holy cr@p. If Bernie can't win within the process he doesn't deserve the nomination. The GOP are not going to ba any more fair with him.

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    2. Anonymous8:04 PM

      Half of MSNBC is in the tank for Bernie, and the other half is for Trump. So sick of them all.

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    3. Anonymous6:48 AM

      I think Chris Matthews on MSNBC is the worst! He talks on top of his guests, interrupts constantly and is way to eager to get his thoughts and comments across! I stopped watching his show because of it!

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  34. Anonymous6:21 PM

    It’s fitting that the Bush dynasty officially died on the same night that Donald Trump took the GOP down to a new low.

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  35. Anonymous6:25 PM

    Hillary Clinton Gets A Big Momentum Boost By Winning The Nevada Caucus

    http://www.politicususa.com/2016/02/20/hillary-clinton-big-momentum-boost-winning-nevada-caucus.html

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  36. Anonymous6:38 PM

    Wow, Jeb no longer in the mix. He can thank his party for dropping out. The
    GOP did nothing when the tea party crazies started taking over the party.
    They let them say whatever and never tried to rein them in. They did it to themselves and now the crazies have taken over the asylum.

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    1. Anonymous7:15 PM

      Perfectly put. Thanks.

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    2. Anonymous7:22 PM

      Agreed times a billion. They didn't want to stop the crazies when it meant them winning the Senate. But now they've unleashed the crazy floodgates and they can't stop them.

      No sympathy from me.

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    3. Anonymous8:23 PM

      Absolutely, and the queen that started it?
      Silent. She didn't need a title to stir up the havoc, and it came back to bit her on her own family's dysfunction that she tried to hide.

      Deal with it, Boopsie, you asked for it, you got it.

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  37. Anonymous6:40 PM

    And just what would be wrong about a woman aspiring to be President her whole life? Or is that just reserved for men?
    but at least she was doing something the years Bernie was living off his parents wallets.

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    1. Anonymous7:18 PM

      You really know nothing about Bernie if you think he lived off his parents. Damn, educate yourself at least.

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    2. Anonymous8:03 PM

      I like Bernie and I like Hillary for different reasons. But that comment was just completely unfair to Bernie.

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    3. Anonymous8:56 PM

      @ anon 7:18 pm
      Well he certainly didn't hold down a JOB for decades.

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    4. Anonymous8:57 PM

      @ anon 8:03pm
      Is it? Look at his employment record, he was unemployed by choice for decades.

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    5. Anonymous9:48 PM

      That does not mean he was living off his parents! He lived very frugally and he did do work that didn't pay well--free lance writing, activism. He wasn't unemployed.

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    6. Anonymous10:24 PM

      @ anon 9:48pm
      LOL "activism. Sorry, he was unemployed for decades doing nothing and you know it. Or if he was working you could have posted links to all his free lance work huh?

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    7. Anonymous12:15 AM

      Bernie has held public office since 1981, starting as Mayor where he was re-elected 3 times. He then was elected as a Representative, and served as 16 years as congressman. In 2006 he started in the Senate, where he is currently in his second term.

      Hillary did how many years as a Senator and how many as Secretary?

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    8. Anonymous6:46 AM

      Hillary moved upward in her service to our country. She obviously was provided more opportunities than has Bernie and accepted them.

      She has way more experience as to government than does Bernie and will be elected POTUS. Can hardly wait to see her taking the oath of office!

      Don't forget she was First Lady for two terms and that interrupted her being a Senator, etc. However, she had many opportunities in that role too, which she is still using today!

      Like Bernie too, but prefer Hillary and will vote for her.

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    9. Anonymous8:09 AM

      Bernie! is through.

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    10. Anonymous8:30 AM

      There are certain facts... Hillary was born to an affluent family, went to Wellesley College and was a Republican in her youth. Bernie was born to a working class family in NYC, went to CUNY and then University of Chicago and had a variety of odd jobs to pay the rent...his heart was in activism to create a better world and eventually he found a way to do so through public offices in Vermont.
      Hillary became a lawyer, served on corporate boards and tied her career to Bill's political trajectory. They are different in many ways. But it is simply incorrect and kind of ignorant to suggest that Sanders did not work...

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    11. Anonymous4:38 PM

      @ anon 12:15 AM
      That's nice. But what did he do between graduating from college in 1964 until 1981?

      BTW I was an activist in the 50's and 70's, but I also had to work to pay my way through life. Who was supporting Bernie for all those yrs? Sorry, there is a huge chunk of missing work history in Bernie's life and that is a fact.

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  38. Anonymous6:41 PM

    Where was Donald's 'special' campaigner, Sarah Palin? BWAHAHAHAHAHA, Sarah Palin YOU'RE FIRED, go home to your criminal family!

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    1. Anonymous8:11 PM

      Looks like she got the shut up, bitch treatment and a coach airline ticket home from T.

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  39. Anonymous6:56 PM

    blaming 9-11 on George W. Bush

    One of the better parts of the Donald's existence.

    Good news that Jeb listened to the GOP supporters that knew GWB and his shock and awe, the lies, the 9-11 song and dance, the money, all the people blown up or dead for Bush deception and wars...

    No one would much would want anything Bush near politics. It would help if they could admit their crimes, pay their dues and apologize. That will never happen. They are a family of losers.

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  40. Anonymous7:03 PM

    As an American I feel if Trump is somehow elected POTUS, the US deserves to be nuked and lose 3/4 of its inhabitants as payback.

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      A little over the top.

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    2. Anonymous8:55 PM

      Great way to thin the herd quickly and efficiently

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  41. Anonymous7:08 PM

    I've always suspected that Jeb's heart was never really into this, he was only running because of his family's expectations. It appeared to me that this manifested itself in what Trump was calling "low energy". Regardless, I'm very happy he's dropped out.

    In other news, my gal Hillz is here in Houston about to give a speech at TSU. I couldn't attend tonight, but folks are pumped up! Who says that all Texans are GOP/Tea Party freaks?!

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  42. Anonymous7:15 PM

    I'm really starting to think that there could be a video of TRump having sex with a minor and it would do nothing to his numbers. Usually abuse of a child or cute animal is where people draw the line, but I think he could do pretty much anything and still have the same support. It's so disturbing.

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      He doesn't really want it.

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    2. Anonymous8:19 PM

      If he doesn't really want it, he wouldn't still be in it.

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    3. Anonymous9:04 PM

      He's trying to get out of it. Blasting the Pope was his latest attempt.

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    4. Anonymous9:28 PM

      I agree, he doesn't really want to be President, so he should bring out rah-rah and spread her all around his campaign trail. that'll do it. maybe he's saving her for later, after he's basked in the glory for a while. Leave us with Rubio as the GOP candidate.

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    5. Anonymous9:39 PM

      If he trots out Rah Rah again, then we'll know he's desperate to get out.

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  43. Anonymous7:28 PM

    SP posting a self congratulatory comment (photo of them eating pizza tops together) in 3-2-1.

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  44. Anonymous8:00 PM

    I wish I could agree that Hillary Clinton has it in her to vanquish Donald Trump. Problem is -- she IS Donald Trump in so many ways. She doesn't have an ounce of conviction about ANYTHING except doing whatever it takes to enrich herself and add to her power base (the Pentagon, Wall Street, and corporate America). She is not a liberal. She is a member of the fucking Family, the secretive, scary right wing evangelical group that includes Rick Santorum and Sam Brownback.

    Hillary Clinton is essentially conservative. I will not vote for her. I do not vote for conservatives. And no -- I don't trust her to appoint a liberal to the Supreme Court so don't even trot out that argument.

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      Better look out, SallyinMI is gonna get her granny panties in a twist for saying that.

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    2. Anonymous8:18 PM

      Wow.. you are really off base.. And uninformed. She isn't conservative. That is just ridiculous. Moderate, yes. But conservative. So you would rather have Trump or Cruz in the white house? That is just stupid!

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    3. Anonymous9:03 PM

      8:00 - Fine, don't vote for her, then. I watched all 11 hours of her Benghazi testimony. It was amazing. Her world knowledge is vast. Trump will be afraid to debate her. He knows nothing! If you think reproductive rights and the future of the Supreme Court don't matter, please stay home or vote Jill Stein. There is so much whining about progressive purity tests. Stay home or vote Green, be pure!!

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    4. Anonymous9:16 PM

      This is Sally. You sound like a troll. Vote for whomever you like, but know that only Democrats, all Democrats, have the country's interests at heart and not their need for power and influence. Otherwise, we would not now have TWO states with towns and poison drinking water-we would have had an infrastructure bill from the GOP (2010: JOBS JOBS JOBS!???) instead of 60 votes to repeal healthcare. We would have had bills making the law better, instead of trying to just gut it and not change it. And Hillary is not Donald Trump. Not even close. And this "Family' you're so concerned about? Are you making things up to scare folks? You sure sound like a GOP troll to me.

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    5. Anonymous9:19 PM

      Looks like it's me and you here. Hillary couldn't bring herself to say the words "I have never lied to the public, and I never will lie to the public." She was given several chances, and she couldn't do it. I knew "they" would fix it so she'd win, and they will. I don't see how any caucus can have a lasting and official mark on the race when people were told they couldn't participate, and had the doors locked in front of them. For those who plan to vote against somebody instead of for somebody-go for it. I won't. And I'm not alone, not by a long shot. The last eight years haven't enriched my life in the least, and somebody who claims to carry the torch will do me no good, either. I'm pretty damn old. I'll go out voting (or not voting) my conscience. Whether anybody likes it or not.

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    6. Anonymous9:34 PM

      Anyone politician who says "I have never lied to the public, and I never will lie to the public" is lying. Yes, even Bernie Sanders.

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    7. Anonymous9:45 PM

      9:19, you just sound stupid and stobburn. I don't care what your age is. You also sound selfish as hell.
      I find it hard ro believe you are liberal in any way or you would vote for the good of all people, not just your own conscience. And boo hoo for you, the last 8 years didn't enrich your life. that is how you base your voting decisions? Selfish.

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    8. Anonymous9:57 PM

      @Anonymous 8:00 PM

      Puhlease, Hillary is NOT a conservative.

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    9. Anonymous10:08 PM

      9:19 must not have children who will inherit this country

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    10. Anonymous11:21 PM

      Thank you for pointing that out!! One of my biggest qualms about Hillary is some of her associations and no one seems to be focusing on her Bible studies and prayer groups with The Family. They are a secret power broker, kill the gays religious, cover for dirty deeds of Senators that live free at their compound type of organization. Rachel did some great research on The Family during the John Ensign affair. I would definitely vote for her over any of the Republican candidates and do think she has experience. It is just her connections are far more status quo than any kind of change. I think both Republicans and Democrats want some kind of change. Look at Congress's approval rating. The powerful are capitalizing on the mood of the people and are offering two extremely different options to what that change will be. I say we need to revamp the system and I don't think that Hillary will do anything to upset the status quo. Obama got a lot of things done despite the obstructionism and I think Hillary will ride that but I don't see her making sweeping changes. I see her not letting things get too far out of control for the guys in power. Certainly a much better choice than the Theocrats and Fascists on the right. I am letting this play out before making any final decisions. there is still plenty of time until the election and a lot can happen. For instance Scalia's death sure shook things up.

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    11. Anonymous11:56 PM

      Classic Hillary fanclub dogpile.

      I think they are getting so mean because it is finally dawning on them that she may have been the wrong horse to bet on.

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    12. Anonymous12:23 AM

      So true! HRC's view on war and Wall Street are more in line with the Republican side!

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    13. Anonymous3:40 AM

      IF the gop had worked WITH this President, instead of vowing to block anything he tried to do, the country would be in much better shape. They only work part tie as it is, and then only to block President Obama. There is not one single gop member who is fit to shine his shoes. He will be sorely missed.

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    14. Anonymous6:36 AM

      I so agree with you, 3:40 AM! The Republicans in the United States Congress need to be voted out of office as they put themselves up for reelection. Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, Lisa Murkowski, etc. They do not work for Americans - do not represent the majority and it's way past time they be replaced.

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    15. Anonymous6:41 AM

      I understand Hillary answering that 'lie' questions as she did. She hesitated because she knows she has lied during her lifetime.

      Which of us hasn't? We are all human beings and at some points in our lives each of us has lied - some more than others!

      Just look at Donald Trump and how often he has been caught in lies - as an example!

      I would like to see that question spread across the nation and asked of EVERY politicians - not just Hillary for Christ's sake!!! And, once again the media climbs on it to bash her!

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  45. Anonymous8:16 PM

    The ones really running the show behind the curtain want Hillary, and Hillary we will get. Not that I'm complaining, don't like Hillary but loathe the republicans.

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    1. Anonymous10:16 PM

      did your pond spring a leak?

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  46. Anonymous9:12 PM

    Please, please , please Donald, I am begging you to pick Sarah Palin as your running mate. I so want to watch you and Sarah both crash & burn when you're handily beaten to a pulp in the general election by Hillary.

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  47. Anonymous10:22 PM

    I'm getting tired of wading through the wingnut bullshit here. I thought they had their own website for that.

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      They go away and while you at it go fuck yourself. Nobody is forcing you to be here.

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  48. Bush started stepping on his own dick from the beginning, when he blurted out, "Hi...my name is JEB! And I want to buy the Presidency."

    While the 100 million given to him to do so, is pocket change to people like the Koch Brothers, those people feel the hurt from losing ONE dollar, way more than you or I do.

    That thought is causing me to smile.

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  49. Caroll Thompson3:12 AM

    It looks like the young ones did not show up to vote for Bernie in Nevada. With South Carolina and then Super Tuesday coming up, it looks like a lock for Hillary.

    My takeaway from the Nevada caucus is that Nevada does not deserve its early primary/caucus spot.

    Iowa has a 3.1 million population and approximately 171,000 went to the Democratic caucus there. Nevada has a 2.9 million population and less than 15,000 showed up to the Democratic caucus. I know the caucus draws less voter participation, but only 15,000 showing up is pitiful.

    The DNC needs to find another western state for this early spot on the primary/caucus calendar. A state where the voters appreciate the early spot on the calendar and actually show up to vote/caucus.

    Anyway, it is looking like Hillary for we Dems. As usual, the young ones are not showing up to vote in relation to their proportion of the population and without the youth vote, Bernie does not win.

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      Bernie! is, in effect, over.

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    2. Anonymous4:34 PM

      Also, don't assume all the "youth vote" is going to Bernie either.

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  50. Anonymous3:55 AM

    I have to be optimistic and hope that sanity will win in the end. Look at Trump's victory speech, he vows to end healthcare of millions of Americans.

    He also had talked about putting Muslims in internment camps (why doesn't it just call them what they are concentration camps), tearing down mosques, killing people, deporting people. He insults leaders of foreign countries and our own like a immature child and this is suppose to make America great?

    In contrast look at Hillary's speeches. Her victory speech in NV was uplifting, she has given concrete solutions to the problems we are facing today without insulting and demeaning others.

    I continually ask myself, is Trump for real or are we being punked? I think we have to assume he is for real and if he wins we are in for a 4 year long nightmare.

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  51. Anonymous5:46 AM

    Bush or Roney will be brokered in , after another false flag attack somewhere/anywhere.
    Wait for it,

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  52. Anonymous6:32 AM

    Anyone notice that pictures being shown of Trump of late (Huffing post has one up this morning!) show him giving the exact same salute that Hitler use to give. Arm up and out - stiff looking (he would probably say it is a 'wave'!).

    The guy is scary folks!

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  53. Anonymous6:33 AM

    Do we have the second coming of Hitler on our hands? Trump is doing and saying so many things that are similar. Go back in history folks! Is history repeating itself?

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  54. Anita Winecooler3:35 PM

    Thanks for the update, I loved the look on his face when people clapped for him, then he said "I quit" the expression after he said "yeah, I'm suspending my candidacy". I usually find no joy in someone losing, but for some reason I couldn't stop chuckling. "Gee, Mom, I'm running for potus, can I borrow a million and a half or more? It's my turn, dammit!"
    Should have listened to mommy the first time, oh and not use the exclamation point, and not drag your brother out for some fresh air, and not having the backbone to defend your wife's ancestors when Trump said "They're not nice people......" Better luck next time!

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